- The list below includes 117 free or cheap things to do in or near Wilmington, Vermont, including 84 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Horseback Riding, Farms & Ranches and National & State Parks.
- From Molly Stark State Park to The Art of Humor Gallery, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wilmington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Brattleboro, North Adams, Williamstown and Manchester.
Site of the first American victory in the Revolutionary War, Bennington Battle Monument is over 300 feet tall. Visitors who take the elevator to the top can see three different states from the observation deck.
Hail to the Sunrise' / Mohawk Park contains the sculpture of the Mohawk Indian with his arms extended, looking eastward. The monument serves as a reminder of the sensitive history of the area and is honored by various tribes throughout the country.
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At Peter W. Foote Vietnam Veterans Memorial Skating Rink, visitors can attend public freestyle skating sessions. The rink also hosts skating clubs, as well as women's hockey, youth hockey, and adult hockey leagues.
Located in Claremont, Massachusetts, Crab Apple Whitewater is a purveyor of pulse-pounding whitewater rafting excursions. The company also maintains locations in Vermont and Maine. The Claremont location also offers inflatable kayak tours.
Featuring 30 wooden lanes, Greylock Bowl & Golf offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring and a pro shop. The facility also provides golf simulators, pool tables and dart boards along with a bar and grill.
Get back to nature with a visit to High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary. The most popular feature is the High Ledge vista, complete with views of Shelburne Falls and Mount Greylock. The trails are five miles in total, some of which are strenuous.
For guests looking to swing their golf clubs or have some fun putting, The Range offers both a miniature golf park and a driving range. There are also batting cages and a food area featuring snacks, drinks, and ice cream.
The Covered Bridge Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of covered bridges. This museum is the only of its kind in the world and includes exhibits on the construction, engineering, and creators of different covered bridges.
The Bennington Center For the Arts is an art gallery that is home to permanent collections of Native American artifacts, wildlife and nature pieces, and artwork by Eric Sloane. The center also has a variety of wind sculptures.