Attractions

Attractions For All Ages

If your looking for a rambling farm featuring an outdoor zoo complete with exotic animals from around the globe or perhaps a 4,000 acre management/recreation area in the Southwestern part of Rhode Island that include fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, horseback riding and motorcycling, then Rhode Island is the place you'll want to visit.

You could also visit the Victorian Living History Museum that creates the vivid past of Newport in the year 1891. Interact with history as you step back in time for a 45-minute guided tour given by professional actors in costume replicating Newport high society.

There is so much to do in Rhode Island and something for everyone.

Attractions

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The following Attractions are listed in order by establishment name. Click on the establishment name for additional details and contact information.

Charlestown Historical Society
South County
On the grounds of Cross Mills Public Library. A one-room schoolhouse authentically restored and furnished in 19th century-style.

Charlestown Town Driving Range
South County

Chase-Cory House
Newport County
Located in Tiverton 4-Corners National Register Historic District. Built in the late 17th or early 18th century. This 3/4 cape with gambrel roof, now owned by the Tiverton Historical Society, was home to whaling captains and their families, descendants of one of the first of twenty seven freemen listed as original residents of Tiverton. The house and grounds retain many features original to a Colonial village farm including a corn-crib and wash house. Special exhibits throughout the season.

Chateau-sur-Mer
Newport County
Considered one of America's finest examples of lavish Victorian architecture and design. Built for China trade merchant, William S. Wetmore, it was renovated by Richard Morris Hunt in 1872. Noted for its fine examples of Victorian furnishings & stenciled wall papers.

Chepachet Farms
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
In addition to the collection of common farm animals, including chickens, goats, miniature horse, potbelly pigs, peacocks, ducks and our famous Belgiun' Percheron Draft Horses, Chepachet Farms has some very uncommon animals., Our newest addition to our family is "cappuccino" the Llama and "Clyde" the miniature donkey. Others include Chinese Silkies, and Barboudas sheep.*included with all rides from the farm and birthday packages. Horse-drawn hay and sleigh rides, wedding carriage, trolley service and petting zoo.

Chepachet Village
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Quaint, rural Rhode Island village. Numerous antique and collectible shops. Job Armstrong Store headquaters of the Gloster Heritage Society, 1181 Putnam Pike, 568-1866. Brown & Hopkins Store (1809) One of the oldest continuously operating country stores in North America. Putnam A16 Chepachet.

Chepstow
Newport County
The Italianate-style villa was designed by architect George Champlin Mason and is a classic example of a Victorian summer cottage. It was the summer residence of the prominent Morris family from New York, which included a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The house contains the Morris' collections, including 19th century landscape paintings by Hudson River School artists.

Cherry Valley Herb Farm
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
A visit to our 50 acre farm includes a 1/2 hour lecture and guided walk through our themed herb gardens (in season). Gift shop has plants, potpourri, vinegars, aromatherapy, books and more. Complimentary hot tea, iced tea or even hot mulled cideris served daily in the shop.

City Nights Dinner Theater
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
The best of Broadway Comedies and Musicals in a relaxed setting with dining included. Has been praised by critics and audiences as the "best deal in town".

Clemence-Irons House
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
One story, lofted cottage, represents one of less than half a dozen surviving stone-enders in Rhode Island. This type of 17th century architecture is unique to RI. Extensively restored in the 1940's by architect and historic preservation pioneer Norman Isham.

Cliff Walk
Newport County
Named one of "50 Places of a Lifetime" by National Geographic Traveler, this 3.5-mile picturesque walk wraps itself along Newport's spectacular Atlantic coastline with the crashing surf on one side of the trail and the magnificent Gilded Age mansions on the other. In 1975, the Cliff Walk was designated a National Recreation Trail. Parking is available along Narragansett Avenue. There are no services or restrooms along the trails.

Cloud Hill Farm
Warwick & West Bay
An opulent Victorian home that has remained relatively unchanged from the time the present owner’s great grandmother received it as a wedding gift over one hundred years ago. Experience the estates’ exquisite wood carvings, ornate veranda, etched glass, European and Egyptian décor and spectacular ocean vistas.

Coggeshall Farm Museum
East Bay
Coggeshall Farm Museum portrays the work and lifestyles of a 1790's coastal farm on 39-acres. See rare breeds of livestock similar to those found on a farm in the 1790's and heirloom varieties of vegetables and herbs. Outdoor buildings include barn, spring house, cooling house, blacksmith shop and privy. Farmhouse under restoration.

Colonial Theatre
South County
The Colonial Theatre is a non-profit, tax exempt organization founded in 1985 for the purpose of bringing educational programming and theatrical performances to schools and the general public. It has presented admission-free summer productions of William Shakespeare's plays in Westerly's Wilcox Park since 1991.

Colt State Park
East Bay
Picturesque three-mile drive around shoreline of former Colt family estate on east side of Narragansett Bay. Playing fields and picnic areas. Salt water fishing permitted.

Colt State Park Chapel
East Bay
Non-denominational chapel overlooking Narragansett Bay.

Community College of Rhode Island
Warwick & West Bay
New England's largest community college has full-service campuses in Warwick, Lincoln and Providence and operates satellites in Newport and Westerly. A fourth campus in Newport is under construction and is scheduled to open in 2005. The college currently enrolls more than 16,000 students in credit courses and thousands more in non-credit and job training classes.

Conanicut Island
Newport County
Jamestown offers about 20-miles of rolling landscape over looking Narragansett Bay. 30 acre park.

Confreda Farms
Greater Providence
Working farm with farmer's market, garden center, gift shop, ice cream shop and agricultural tours for school groups.

Congregation B'nai Israel
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Features a hand-blown chandelier from Milan, Italy. Stained glass windows produced by an understudy of Marc Chagall. Group tours arranged.

Conimicut Lighthouse
Warwick & West Bay

Conimicut Point Beach
Warwick & West Bay
Saltwater beach, walking path, playground area.

Coventry Greenway
South County
A converted railway, this five-mile, partially paved greenway is popular with many hikers and bicyclists as a great way to enjoy the great outdoors. Three miles of the trail have been designated as the first Rhode Island segment of the East Coast Greenway, which will span from Maine to Florida.

Coventry Pines Country Club
South County
9 Hole, Par 35, 3160 yard course. Snack Bar, Seniors: M-F until noon, special rates.

Cranston, Warwick & West Warwick Bike Paths
Greater Providence
A 10-mile independent bicycle path along an abandoned rail corridor. For directions and parking info contact the RIDOT bicycle program.

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