- The list below includes 76 free or cheap things to do in or near Waterbury Center, Vermont, including 77 different types of inexpensive activities like Food Shops, Art Gallery, National & State Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From The Cabot Annex Store to Cold Hollow Cider Mill, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Waterbury Center and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Stowe, Montpelier, South Burlington and Barre.
Frost Place was the home of poet Robert Frost. Those visiting this site can see many first-edition Frost books, a half-mile nature trail where Frost wrote many of his books, and the property is often used for poetry conferences.
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New Park Headquarter, Franconia, NH 3580 MoreLess Info
New Hampshire State of Franconia Notch State Park has views of the Kinsman and Franconia mountains. Visitors can stop at the Flume Gorge Visitor Center, go swimming or fly fishing at the various lakes, hike, rock climb, bike, and more.
Franconia North is an area of New Hampshire including Franconia, Sugar Hill, Easton, Bethlehem, Bretton Woods, Littleton, Lincoln, and North Woodstock. The area offers visitors the chance to hike part of the Appalachian Trail, boat and fish on Lonesome Lake, snowmobile, raft, and ride on sleds pulled by ski dog…
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4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem, NH 03574 MoreLess Info
The Rocks Estate and Christmas Tree Farm lies on 1400 acres of property. In addition to the Christmas tree farm in the Winter, they also offer hiking, biking, and tours of the maple production in the Spring.
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-93, Exit 34B,, White Mountain National Forest, Franconia, NH MoreLess Info
Taking visitors up to a 4,080 foot summit, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway offers views of New York, Vermont, and Canada. At the top, visitors can get a bite to eat at the restaurant or go hiking in the surrounding trails.
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Franconia Notch State Pkwy, exit 34B, Franconia, NH 03580 MoreLess Info
The New England Ski Museum offers a history of skiing cover 8,000 years in its exhibits. In particular, the museum features Olympian and native Bode Miller and the construction of the nearby Cannon Mountain Ski Resort.