- The list below includes 601 free or cheap things to do in or near Secaucus, New Jersey, including 120 different types of inexpensive activities like Children's Play Area, Movie Theaters, Pubs and Parks.
- From Laurel Hill Park to Kerasotes ShowPlace 14, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Secaucus and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Staten Island, Queens and Brooklyn.
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1001 River Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 8742 MoreLess Info
Hosting fitness classes for the community, Point Pleasant Recreation Center provides visitors with a gymnasium for recreational activities. The center also hosts an outdoor boot camp program for adults looking to get into shape.
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105 John Ringo Road, Ringoes, NJ 08551 MoreLess Info
Guests at the Black River & Western Railroad are able to step into the past through a short train ride. The actual route runs through several settings, including heavily wooded areas to combine natural views with an old-fashioned train ride.
A traditional bowling center, Quinnz Pinz offers open and league bowling with shoe rental and a pro shop. The center provides a dining menu, a bar with pool tables and televisions, private event hosting and cosmic bowling.
The Interactive museum is a children's museum dedicated to attracting and satisfying the educational interest of children. The museum features a variety of interactive exhibits relating to science, math, and technology, with new exhibits being added on a regular basis.
Explore the mysterious island that sits in the middle of the Hudson River when you book the Bannerman Cruise & Walking Tour. Guests receive a guided hiking tour of the island and the castle ruins, learning the history and taking advantage of the photo ops.
Most popularly known for a display by conceptual artist Walter De Maria, the Dia:Beacon art museum highlights unusual, avant garde artistry. The museum also features collections by Andy Warhol, Donald Judd and Richard Serra.
With 27 acres of pristine land and sandy shores, Jennings Beach is a safe place to enjoy a relaxing day. The beach provides concessions, sailboat racks, volleyball, swimming lessons, and it hosts four family nights throughout the summer.
The Downing Film Center focuses on bringing quality movies to town that might not otherwise make it to local theaters. Films screened may include art house, independent, and foreign movies, as well as more mainstream fare.