- The list below includes 153 free or cheap things to do in or near Washington, Connecticut, including 115 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Art Gallery.
- From Averill Farm to The Silo Cooking School at Hunt Hill Farm, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Washington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Danbury, Bristol, Kent and Waterbury.
Winding Trails is a ski center dedicated to providing year round recreational and educational activities. The center features several cross country skiing trails and offers skiing lessons. Winding Trails also hosts educational camps and programs.
The prestigious Miss Porter's School is a girls' secondary school located in Farmington, Connecticut. This exclusive private academy prepares young women to enter college and eventually change the world. It has highly regarded biology and chemistry curricula.
94% 150 votes
Rt. 44/Infinity Bistro 20 Greenwoods Road West, Norfolk, CT 06058 MoreLess Info
Norfolk, Connecticut is home to the Infinity Music Hall & Bistro, a charming spot offering tasty meals and exciting live entertainment. The auditorium seats 300 people and features the original, rustic wooden stage and proscenium.
Since opening in 1984, the Unionville Museum has displayed historical, cultural and traditional artifacts showcasing the village of Unionville. Past exhibits include 'Celebrating 100 Years of Girl Scouts' and an annual Yuletide celebration.
Running along a former canal, Farmington Canal State Park allows visitors to view remnants of the canal bed, locks and retaining walls. The park has a 5.5-mile paved, multiuse trail along with an undeveloped 3.9-mile trail.
100% 1 votes
305 Sherman Avenue, Hamden, CT 6518 MoreLess Info
With arenas for various sports games, Quinnipiac University TD Bank Sports Center offers visitors a venue to watch the Quinnipiac Bobcats play at. The first floor is dedicated to hockey games and is fitted with a large indoor ice rink.
With four screens and a focus on the disabled, The Prospector Theater welcomes everyone. Amenities include closed captioning glasses with subtitles, a small theater for those with sensory issues, and prime viewing handicap seating.