- The list below includes 378 free or cheap things to do in or near Wallingford, Connecticut, including 118 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Music Venue, Walking Trails and Trampoline Parks.
- From Quinnipiac Linear Trail to Wallingford Park & Recreation, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wallingford and in nearby cities within 25 miles like New Haven, Hartford, West Hartford and Hamden.
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150 Bank Street, New London, CT 06320 MoreLess Info
Located along the waterfront on Bank Street, New London Maritime Society Custom House Museum is a small building that packs many exhibits. An excellent way to learn about New London's rich nautical history.
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8 Old Barn Road, Kent, CT 6757 MoreLess Info
The Morrison Gallery is a nationally renowned modern art and sculpture museum that features the works of local and nationally known artists. The gallery uses its indoor and outdoor spaces for special exhibitions and is open daily for visitors.
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14 Old Barn Road, Kent, CT 6757 MoreLess Info
The Ober Gallery is a privately owned art gallery and exhibition space featuring works from local artists throughout the region. The gallery is also noted for housing numerous important works of modern Russian art as well.
97% 634 votes
1 Crystal Lake Road, Groton, CT 6349 MoreLess Info
Groton, Connecticut is home to The Submarine Force Museum, a huge repository of submarine-related items and ephemera. Its centerpiece is the USS Nautilus, a decommissioned military submarine now open for tours.
100% 22 votes
Route 7, Kent, CT 06757 MoreLess Info
One of the state's most unusual museums, Connecticut Antique Machinery is an indoor-outdoor institution featuring refurbished farm equipment and factory appliances. It is a favorite destination among lovers of antiques and technology.
93% 28 votes
Kent, Kent, CT 06757 MoreLess Info
Home of the Blue Trail, Macedonia Brook State Park is popular with hikers and backpackers. This locale is also equipped with numerous camping sites and with water access, provides for recreational stream fishing.
90% 102 votes
90 Walbach St., New London, CT 06320 MoreLess Info
Located in New London, Connecticut, Fort Trumbull State Park is a coveted fishing destination among serious game anglers. The park sits on the banks of Long Island Sound and offers bathroom facilities, a lighted pier, a visitors' center and gorgeous waterfront views.
Recorded as an historic site with the National Register of Historic Places, Norwalk City Hall offers remarkable architecture and a rich education in local affairs. This building once served as the administrative offices for the city and later a museum.
92% 13 votes
348 Washington St., Norwich, CT 6360 MoreLess Info
Experience life in the 1800's at the Leffingwell House Museum. With several pioneer buildings open for tour, the museum provides a look at historical architecture, furnishings and other memorabilia such as military artifacts.
50% 6 votes
612 Shark Blvd, Groton, CT 06349 MoreLess Info
Groton's Naval Submarine Base began as a naval yard in 1868, and was converted to a submarine base during World War I. The working base is home to 160 major facilities and 15 nuclear submarines.