- The list below includes 119 free or cheap things to do in or near Moultonborough, New Hampshire, including 81 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Mini Golf, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Specialty Shops.
- From Bald Knob to Castle in the Clouds, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Moultonborough and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wolfeboro, North Conway, Conway and Laconia.
Composed of 66 acres of fields, woodlands and wetlands, Pondecherry Park has bridges and boardwalks as well as walking trails spanning two miles. The park is home to wildlife and the Kneeland Spring and has an educational amphitheater.
100% 11 votes
9 Depot Street, Bridgton, ME 04009 MoreLess Info
Magic Lantern Theater & The Tannery Pub is a mixed venue with a theatre and separate pub area. The theater is a multi-screen cinema with a balcony that shows first run movies while the pub serves a variety of food.
Housed in a historic building constructed in 1878, the Bridgton Historical Society Museum seeks to provide visitors with educational information about the local area. Exhibits in the museum include historical railroad pieces and a 1911 Sears Automobile.
Dimond Hill Farm is a working 150 acre farm known for growing a variety of naturally raised vegetables. Visitors to the farm can visit the farm shop, walk on one of the walking trails, or navigate a hedge labyrinth.
81% 26 votes
84 Silk Farm Rd, Concord, NH 3301 MoreLess Info
The Susan N. McLane Audubon Center & Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary provides hiking trails and observation opportunities of local wildlife, including a sanctuary for rescued birds. Live animals include owls, and a bald eagle.
90% 58 votes
456 New Hampshire, Newbury, NH MoreLess Info
The Fells Historic Estate and Gardens is an early 20th Century 22-room estate on over 80 acres of conserved land. A guide tour provides access to the house and history of John Milton Hay.
Constructed in 1832, the Bath Covered Bridge is the 5th to stand on the current site. Built with a Burr Truss design, the bridge crosses the Amonoosuc River, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.