- The list below includes 118 free or cheap things to do in or near Wilton, New Hampshire, including 102 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Historic Sites, Parks and History Museums.
- From Frye's Measure Mill to Town Hall Theater, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wilton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manchester, Nashua, Jaffrey and Londonderry.
An indoor ice rink that hosts a variety of ice-related activities, the Burlington Ice Palace hosts hockey tournaments and leagues. Open skating is also available, as are lessons in figure skating and other kinds of skating.
Old Belfry is a bell tower overlooking Lexington, situated on top of Belfry Hill. While the bell is not the original used to warn the local militia that the British are coming, it is a faithful reproduction.
Lexington Venue is a movie multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies with digital video and sound. The theater also shows art films and independent films that typically do not show up in national chain theaters.
Showcase Cinemas Woburn is a movie theater that is equipped with fully reclining luxury seats, premium reserved seating, and a full bar that makes signature cocktails. The cinema also offers dining experiences.
Situated on 35 acres of woodland, Windrush Farm offers visitors a facility with indoor and outdoor arenas to take riding lessons at. Visitors can take the horses on a trail ride in the extensive trail system that surrounds the farm.
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An historic village centred on the life of the Shaker community, the Canterbury Shaker Village offers guided and self-guided tours, along with the Power House Family Activity Centre with hands-on workshops for children and parents. The extensive grounds offer walking opportunities.
Centuries old Eastleigh Farms offers pasteurized farm products and hosts both private and business social events. Locally produced ice cream and dairy, raw milk and seasonal products are for sale in addition to the nostalgic ambiance and family friendly farm.
The family home of the first Commander-in-Chief of the American Revolution has been preserved as the Artemus Ward House and Museum. General Artemus Ward moved his family into this now historic home in 1763, and it features multiple exhibits about the military hero and daily life during the American Revolution.