- The list below includes 245 free or cheap things to do in or near Norwalk, Connecticut, including 126 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, History Museums, Beaches and Aquariums.
- From Cranbury Park / Gallaher Estate to Calf Pasture Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Norwalk and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Milford, Stratford, Stamford and Fairfield.
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83% 6 votes
1211 Highland Avenue, Cheshire, CT 06410 MoreLess Info
Family owned and operated, Highland Bowl, LLC is suitable for all ages. Along with open bowling, the facility hosts leagues and offers special activities such as glow-in-the- dark and bumper bowling.
100% 1 votes
1188 Highland Avenue, Cheshire, CT 6410 MoreLess Info
Barker Animation Art Gallery is the world's largest animation and fine art gallery. They are currently celebrating their 20th year and feature art from all guests favorite studios including Disney and Warner.
98% 348 votes
4-09 47th Road, Long Island City, NY 11101 MoreLess Info
With over 12 acres of lush and comfortable riverside views, Gantry Plaza State Park is a favorite among locals. With a walking path along four of the park's piers and a seating area looking upon midtown Manhattan, there is plenty to look at.
95% 10329 votes
6th Ave. between W. 40th and W. 42nd Sts., New York City, NY 10017 MoreLess Info
In the winter, visitors can visit the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park featuring free ice-skating on a 170 foot by 100-foot rink. Visitors can also visit the reading room with lots of reading material free of charge, ride a carousel, play pétanque, chess, checkers, and backgammon.
- 0 votes
538 N Main Street, Wallingford, CT 6492 MoreLess Info
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and built in 1672, the Nehemiah Royce House is an example of American colonial saltbox architecture. George Washington visited the house twice and slept there in 1775.
80% 5 votes
Dunkerhook Road, Paramus, NJ 07410 MoreLess Info
With waterfalls, brooks, and trails to explore, Saddle River County Park Dunkerhook Area has 577 acres consisting of 5 individual parks. There are bike paths, tennis grounds, and picnic pavilions within the park.
- 0 votes
14-01 Pollitt Drive, Fair Lawn, NJ 7410 MoreLess Info
Cadmus House is an old Dutch-style stone building housing historical artifacts of Fair Lawn ranging from Native American arrow heads to Word War I and II uniforms. They also feature maps from the 1880's, old farm tools and a farmhouse.
100% 4 votes
629 Route 52, Beacon, NY 12508 MoreLess Info
With 32 lanes, Southern Dutchess Bowl is a bowling alley with automatic scorers, bumper lanes, and televisions. The alley has a pro shop that offers bowling balls, shoes, and other equipment.
100% 1 votes
477 Main Street, Beacon, NY 12508 MoreLess Info
New York's Howland Cultural Center is a hub for the artistic community of Beacon. The center features art displayed throughout the historic home and features an iconic red door. It is also available for rent and hosts special events year-round.
90% 4504 votes
12th Avenue & 46th Street, New York City, NY 10036 MoreLess Info
Interactive exhibits that integrate virtual and multi-sensory technology form the foundation of Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. There are 30 restored aircraft, the space shuttle Enterprise, and the submarine Growler within the museum exhibits.