Amusements

Amusements

Rhode Island, offers a wide variety of activities, events, and attractions to its guests. From beaches, water sports, hiking and biking to antique stores, museums, and the arts, there are a multitude of exciting ways to spend your time. Whether on the water, in the peaceful countryside, touring one of our beautiful cities, or exploring our many unique historic sites, Rhode Island provides fun and enjoyment for the whole family in a quiet, relaxed atmosphere.

 

Amusements

10 Locations Available in RI

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

Adventureland
South County
Unique miniature golf course with waterfalls, caves, streams and an island. Hardball and softball batting cages. State of the art go-kart track. Bumper boats with water guns.

Atlantic Beach Park
South County
Family beach, amusements, kiddy rides, full service seafood restaurants, snack bars, carousel, batting cages, bumper boats, go-karts, miniature golf, game room, ocean view cocktail lounge.

Bank of America Skating Center Providence
Greater Providence
A full-scale outdoor ice rink located in the center of renaissance Providence. Twice the size of Rockefeller Center in New York City, the 14,000 square-foot rink is a year round facility. The rink hosts numerous family events and is also available for rental. Birthday and tent parties are also available during the skating season. Ice skate rentals are available.

Born Family Skating Center
Newport County
A 90-by-100-foot outdoor skating rink located in the heart of Newport's downtown shopping and waterfront district. Birthday parties, private functions, group rates available.

Crescent Park Carousel (Looff Carousel)
East Bay
66 beautifully carved figures designed c. 1895 by Charles I.D. Looff. The band organ by A. Ruth and Sohn, in neo-baroque style, is carved with moving figures. The finest surviving example of its type in America, the carousel was proclaimed the State Symbol of Folk Art in 1985. Designated as a National Landmark in March, 1987.

Eagle Quest Golf & Leisure Dome
Warwick & West Bay
A first for New England and Rhode Island. Indoor alternative golf learning and practice facility. The golf dome features approximately 50,000 sq ft. of artificial turf with 58 tee stations, a large sand trap and an 800 sq ft. state-of-the-art putting surface. Qualified professional golf instruction for all levels of ability is also available at this site.

Flying Horse Merry-Go-Round
South County
Oldest in America, made in 1867. The 20 horses are not attached to the floor but instead are suspended from a center frame, swinging out or flying when in motion. About each horse is hand carved from of wood and is embellished with real tails and manes, leather saddles and agate eyes. The only flying horse carousel surviving in the country. It was brought to Watch Hill in 1883 permenently in 1883 or 1884. Children only. Lovingly maintained and preserved by The Watch Hill Memorial Library and Improvement Society.

Mill River Players
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
A small intimate theater, seating approx 75-80 guests for dinner & show or show only. Comedy, musical and drama productions offered. Open year round. Reservations required for dinner and show and recommended for show only. Online reservations available at www.millrivertheater.com or 401.721.0909.

Water Wizz
South County
Waterslides include two speed, three serpentine and one kiddie. Across from Misquamicut Beach.

Yawgoo Valley Ski Area & Sports Park
South County
Downhill ski at Rhode Island's only ski area. Learn to ski programs, rentals, 4 lifts, 1 rope tow, 12 trails, day and night skiing. Snow boarding and snow tubing park. For summer fun enjoy 2 waterslides, a swimming pool and a wading pool. 9-hole pitch and putt golf course. Climbing wall.

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