- 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.
A community park, MacArthur Playground features a grass baseball field along with one full and two half basketball courts. It also offers a children's playground area with slides, swings, benches and picnic tables.
Focused around Christian Science founder Mary Baker Eddy, Longyear Museum was originally opened in 1937 at the former home of Christian Science student Mary Beecher Longyear. It offers tours and features documents, art, photographs and artifacts related to Mrs. Eddy.
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191 Highland Ave, Ste 1A, Somerville, MA 02143 MoreLess Info
Center for Arts at the Armory is a performing arts center residing in the historic Armory building. The center hosts performances from a wide variety of genres, from comedy to theater. The center also maintains a small cafe.
Golfers of all ages enjoy a round of mini-golf at Monster Mini Golf in Danvers, Massachusetts. The clean, manicured course features family-friendly hazards and delightful decorations to enhance the golfing experience.
Affiliated with the University of New Hampshire, the UNH Observatory hosts free public sessions as well as free private sessions by advance appointment. The observatory also hosts special events, like the New England Astronomy Festival.
Shelscapes Art Studio offers a variety of art classes other art related events. Their offered classes include glass painting, terra cotta pot painting, expressive painting, scrap booking, card making, decoupage, and stamping techniques.
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26 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 MoreLess Info
Established in 1998, the Harvard Museum of Natural History features a range of specimens from the collection of Harvard's three natural history research museums. The exhibits include the realistic flame-worked Glass Flowers, fossils and skeletons of dinosaurs and other mammals, minerals and more.