- 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.
Connecticut's West Hartford Reservoir is located in a beautiful park setting. The paved trail encircling the reservoir is just over 3.2 miles long, and there are several other unpaved hiking trails. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed.
Wallingford Park & Recreation is a system of areas designated to the community. Some areas include a dog park, gardens to stroll through, and parks with amenities like ball courts, playgrounds, and ball fields.
Flight Trampoline Park has over 50 trampolines spread over 13,000 square feet which includes angled wall trampolines and a series of launching decks. Special events like children's play, teen and adult nighttime laser jumping, and a fitness class are also available.
A community park, George L Chesley Park features fields for baseball and football as well as courts for basketball and tennis. The park also provides a swimming pool, a children's playground, a water play station and picnic areas.
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Ella Grasso Blvd., Newington, CT 6111 MoreLess Info
Newington, Connecticut is home to the Iwo Jima Survivors Memorial Park, dedicated to American service personnel who fought and died while capturing the island during World War Two. It features a replica of the iconic flag-raising statue.
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4450 Park Ave, Bridgeport, CT 6604 MoreLess Info
Learning is fun and exciting at The Adventure Park at Discovery Museum in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Kids and teens learn about nature, survival and teamwork through an enjoyable and challenging series of hiking trails, ropes courses and other outdoor elements. The Park closes during heavy rain.
Bridgeport's Discovery Museum is an interactive learning center dedicated to the sciences. It is especially popular with children. In addition to its main hall, the museum has a large planetarium. Group reservations are recommended.
This 25-acre jewel located on the edge of New Haven, Edgerton Park, is a favorite destination for people who want to enjoy the gardens and grounds of this old estate. On the National Register of Historic Places, the park features many walking paths, fountains, and greenhouses.