- The list below includes 205 free or cheap things to do in or near Litchfield, Connecticut, including 117 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Hiking Trails, Farms & Ranches and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- From Big Cathedral Trail to White Memorial Conservation Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Litchfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Hartford, Simsbury, Bristol and Kent.
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29 South Broad Street, Westfield, MA 1085 MoreLess Info
Amelia Park Children's Museum is a children's museum dedicated to educating children through hands on exhibits. Attractions include a doctor's office exhibit, a space playground, a bank exhibit, a crafts room, and frequent special events and children's programs.
The Foster Family Farm offers fieldtrips and private birthday events throughout most of the year. It is only open to the general public during the fall when it features two full-sized corn mazes, a family play yard, pumpkin patch, and a farm animal petting zoo.
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Lt Michael Neuner Ct, Carmel, NY 10512 MoreLess Info
Putman County Veterans Memorial Park pays homage to the county's veterans. The park hosts a veteran's memorial, a monument to mothers who have lost children to war, victory gardens, and the Veteran's Museum.
A 3.5-mile loop trail, Laurel Marsh Trail takes visitors past the Hockanum River through woodlands, hills and meadows. The trail is suitable for hiking and provides opportunities for fishing, boating, birdwatching and wildlife viewing.
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4 Van Deusenville Road, Great Barrington, MA 1230 MoreLess Info
Constructed from an old trinity church, The Guthrie Center & Foundation offers holiday and traditional Sunday praise. Counseling, hospice support and ceremonies are respectfully available to people of all faiths and beliefs.
247 S Main St, Manchester, CT 6040 MoreLess Info
Created to inspire the creative minds of youth, the Lutz Children's Museum offers special programs and exhibits geared towards younger children. The museums exhibits include a hands on farming experience, a 1940's main street, live animal habitat and more.
Located on 18-acres of land, the Chester Hill Farm is an equestrian farm that features 5 turnout paddocks, an outdoor ring, and a cross-country course. The farm offers horse-riding lessons to people of all ages and abilities.