- The list below includes 199 free or cheap things to do in or near Kennebunk, Maine, including 86 different types of inexpensive activities like Kayaking, Hiking Trails, Playgrounds and Art Gallery.
- From Kennebunk Free Library to Mother's Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kennebunk and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, South Portland, Scarborough and Kennebunkport.
Visitors can learn about the life and the works of artist and inventor Rufus Porter at the Rufus Porter Museum. This museum contains the largest selection of Porter miniatures and the only known image of Rufus Porter.
67% 6 votes
67 North High St. (Route 302), Bridgton, ME MoreLess Info
The Rufus Porter Museum and Cultural Heritage Center is a collection of the works of artist and inventor Rufus Porter. The museum offers murals, paintings and educational material related to Mr. Porter as well as a few other New England artists.
At Maine Fiberarts Visitor Center, guests can explore exhibits featuring artwork pieces with fiber as the medium. The collection consists of rugs, quilts, draperies, books, and more. The center also hosts classes on felt making and basket weaving.
A nature preserve open to visitors during daylight hours 365 days a year, the Cathance River Preserve features numerous hiking and walking trails. Guides offer weekend educational seminars and the Preserve hosts youth day camps in the summer.
50% 6 votes
Rt 106, N. Main Street, Opechee Lake, Laconia, NH MoreLess Info
On Opechee Lake, Opechee Park Cove Beach & Opechee Point Beach allow families to swim and provides restroom facilities and a playground. The point offers a shaded area while the cove offers a boat-free environment.
93% 187 votes
Canterbury, NH MoreLess Info
An historic village centred on the life of the Shaker community, the Canterbury Shaker Village offers guided and self-guided tours, along with the Power House Family Activity Centre with hands-on workshops for children and parents. The extensive grounds offer walking opportunities.
99% 126 votes
719 Main St., Supervisors Office, Laconia, NH MoreLess Info
With over a dozen lakes and ponds, the White Mountains National Forest offers opportunities for sightseeing, hiking, walking, and camping. Sights include the Rocky Gorge scenic area, Sabbaday Falls, and Diana's Baths.
100% 1 votes
928 White Oaks Road, Laconia, NH 3246 MoreLess Info
Owned by the same family for over 200 years, the Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center provides educational programs for classrooms as well as guided tours for visitors. The house and grounds are also available for weddings and other events.