- The list below includes 593 free or cheap things to do in or near Needham, Massachusetts, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Walking Trails, Bowling, Arts & Crafts Classes and National & State Parks.
- From Charles River Peninsula to Rebecca Perry Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Needham and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Cambridge, Salem and Concord.
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100% 5 votes
Fisher Street, Needham, MA 02492 MoreLess Info
The Charles River Peninsula is a restored grassland field surrounded by water on three sides. The peninsula is populated by birch, hemlock, and beech trees and features several shoreline walking paths.
100% 1 votes
Beaufort Avenue, Needham, MA 2492 MoreLess Info
At Rebecca Perry Park, young visitors can play a game of baseball on the site's field or enjoy a game of basketball on the court. The location also features a playground that is suitable for younger children.
88% 8 votes
Kendrick Street, Needham, MA 02456 MoreLess Info
Cutler Park is a wetland preserve that offers visitors the opportunity to go fishing or canoeing. Those who wish to remain on land can also go hiking or observe the nearby birds.
75% 32 votes
16 Chestnut St., Needham, MA 2492 MoreLess Info
Bowling center Needham Bowlaway offers New England style Candlepin bowling. All ages are welcome at the bowling center and the game features light-weight bowling balls and kid friendly lane bumpers.
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Needham, MA 2494 MoreLess Info
As a non-profit soccer organization, FC Blazers coordinates a variety of soccer leagues and camps for the community. It runs a junior co-ed academy where kids can participate in soccer games.
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15 Highland Pl, Needham, MA 2492 MoreLess Info
The Kid's Place 4 Fun is an interactive crafts program where visitors paint ceramics, plaster and canvas, mine for gems and make candles. They are also a party venue and cotton candy and slush are always available.
100% 1 votes
123 Park Manor S, Wellesley, MA 2457 MoreLess Info
BabsonARTS - College Art & Culture is an organization dedicated to providing creativity and art to individuals at Babson College. The organization hosts numerous speakers, productions, and art exhibitions that display the creative arts.
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135 Oakland Street, Wellesley, MA 2481 MoreLess Info
The 42-acre Centennial Park is an outdoor park that features wetlands, open fields, and hiking trails that can be used for mountain biking and running. The park also includes an off-leash dog park, a pond, and parking.
91% 23 votes
511 Dedham Street, Dedham, MA 02026 MoreLess Info
Built in the early 1640s, The Fairbanks House is thought to be the oldest standing house made of timber in the US. The house remains furnished to reflect the original Puritan immigrant homeowners lifestyle.
67% 3 votes
1125 Boylston Street, Newton, MA 2467 MoreLess Info
Focused around Christian Science founder Mary Baker Eddy, Longyear Museum was originally opened in 1937 at the former home of Christian Science student Mary Beecher Longyear. It offers tours and features documents, art, photographs and artifacts related to Mrs. Eddy.