- The list below includes 597 free or cheap things to do in or near Lowell, Massachusetts, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Visitor Centers.
- From Lowell National Historical Park to Lowell Cemetery, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lowell and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Cambridge, Salem and Beverly.
Located in Cumberland, Rhode Island, Monastery Park features trails for jogging and walking. Once home to a Cistercian monastery, the grounds now have become a home to Cumberland's library, gardens and playgrounds.
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947 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 2703 MoreLess Info
The National Shrine of our Lady of La Salette is a popular religious center in Attleboro and is the shrine of the Catholic Diocese in Fall River, Massachusetts. Masses are held each day of the week.
Home to 19th century American writer Sarah Orne Jewett, a short story writer best known for 'The White Heron,' the Sarah Orne Jewett House is a well-preserved piece of literary history. It offers guided tours of the house and gardens.
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2131 Providence Pike, North Smithfield, RI 2896 MoreLess Info
The Complements Art Gallery is a fine art gallery that provides professional art consultation to families, individuals, and small business alike. The gallery provides services such as making mirrors and reframing existing artworks.
Atlantic Golf Centers Ltd is a golf center featuring a multitude of amenities for its guests to use. A par 3 course, driving range with heated and covered bays, and a miniature golf course are among the many attractions available.
BattlegroundZ is an arcade and fun center that specializes in group events and parties. Paintball, Lazer tag and a shooting gallery are all available, and on site retail shop features airsoft equipment and accessories.
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Blackstone River State Park, Cumberland, RI MoreLess Info
Currently stretching over 10 miles, the Blackstone River Bikeway, is slated to extend a total of 48 miles from Rhode Island to Massachusetts. The flat, paved trail is perfect for biking, jogging, or blading while watching the birds and wildlife along the river.