- The list below includes 82 free or cheap things to do in or near North Adams, Massachusetts, including 88 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Lake, Bowling and Mini Golf.
- From Blackinton Mansion (North Adams Public Library) to Windsor Lake, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in North Adams and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Williamstown, Pittsfield, Shelburne Falls and Charlemont.
A large protected forest area, Pittsfield State Forest features 65 acres of azalea fields, 30 miles of trails for hiking and biking, and an array of striking natural sights, including waterfalls and streams.
Located in Claremont, Massachusetts, Crab Apple Whitewater is a purveyor of pulse-pounding whitewater rafting excursions. The company also maintains locations in Vermont and Maine. The Claremont location also offers inflatable kayak tours.
Humor-based fine art forms the primary collection in The Art of Humor Gallery. Specifically, the works of artist and cartoonist Skip Marrow are the focus of the collection, including Marrow's watercolor originals, prints, and cards.
Located within the Pittsfield Public Library, the Herman Melville Memorial Room is a location dedicated to the memorial of the famous author. The room is filled with historical memorabilia, including first edition writings, manuscripts, and family letters.
Dedicated to the rich and fascinating cultural history of the Berkshire Mountain region, the Berkshire Museum offers a diverse collection of media, art and other exhibits that make this beautiful area come alive.
Serving as a working six generation farm, the Adams Family Farm offers a wide range of activities for visitors. There are seasonal activities and agricultural experiences along with a seasonal petting zoo and small retail space with farm fresh products.