- 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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North St & Pleasant Street, Randolph, MA 2368 MoreLess Info
A children's playground, Imagination Station Playground features play areas for both toddlers and older children that contain play structures, slides, a music area and a splash pad. It also offers paved walkways and sheltered picnic areas.
Commonwealth Figure Skating Club provides instruction, practice and advancement in moves in the field, free skating, pair skating, dancing, synchronized skating and all types of figure skating. CFSC also assists in the production of figure skating competitions, exhibitions or shows.
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1904 Canton Ave., Route 138, Milton, MA 2186 MoreLess Info
The Department of Conservation and Recreation's Blue Hills Trailside Museum is a state-owned, natural history museum. The museum features outdoor wildlife exhibits including species such as snowy owls and rescued river otters.
Established in 1978, the Hull Lifesaving Museum is a museum dedicated to telling the stories of all things lifesaving. In addition to displaying lifesaving devices, guests at the museum learn stories about men who have saved lives on the waters.
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1904 Canton Avenue, Milton, MA 02186 MoreLess Info
The Blue Hill Observatory offers public tours where visitors can browse all kinds of weather equipment and also see amazing views from atop their tower. It is inaccessible by car and requires a mile-long walk up a hill.
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1117 Nantasket Avenue, Hull, MA 2045 MoreLess Info
Hull Lifesaving Museum & Life Saving Station offers a permanent exhibit that narrates the many miraculous rescues by sailors. The Museum collection includes over 5,000 artifacts including a 1903 Fresnel lens, shipwreck fragments, aids to navigation and historical charts.