- The list below includes 568 free or cheap things to do in or near Quincy, Massachusetts, including 112 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Playgrounds and History Museums.
- From Adams National Historical Park to Wollaston Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Quincy and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Cambridge, Salem and Beverly.
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100% 18 votes
Coast Guard Beach
Highland Road, Truro, MA MoreLess Info
Parking is not available to the general public at Coast Guard Beach for free, but it does offer miles of golden sand. Popular activities include surfing, walking, swimming, and simply enjoying the scenery.
82% 11 votes
Exeter, NH MoreLess Info
Known as both Gilman and Oilman Park, this facility was created with the community in mind. It offers a baseball stadium and basketball court, but is most popular because of its cannon monument and fabulous views of Exeter River.
72% 25 votes
Barney's Joy Road, Dartmouth, MA MoreLess Info
Scenic Demarest Lloyd State Park is a 1800-foot, salt-water beach. The calm surf in this area is safe for families with children and allows visitors to observe ospreys, terns, hawks and egrets.
100% 18 votes
6640 Post Road, North Kingstown, RI 02852 MoreLess Info
Biomes is New England's only private marine education facility and the most hands-on aquarium in the region. They provide interactive marine biology programs, a gallery featuring a wide collection of animals and a children's station.
70% 27 votes
10 Burton Drive, Londonderry, NH 3053 MoreLess Info
Take a tour to discover how organic yoghurt is made at Stonyfield Farm, including a sample of the product. A shop carries a variety of the company's yoghurt products.
- 1 votes
Davisville Road, North Kingstown, RI 2852 MoreLess Info
Located on 97-acres of land in total, the Davis Memorial Wildlife Refuge is a refuge located on the scenic Hunt River. Visitors enjoy taking relaxing hikes while viewing the wildlife in the protected woodland oasis.
100% 1 votes
Sandy Point, Portsmouth, RI 2872 MoreLess Info
Built on Sandy Point in the 1850s, the Prudence Island Lighthouse is valued both as an historic place and a still-active signal light. Owned by the US Coast Guard, the building is open to visitors only by special arrangement.