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"American history begins at the Pequot Museum! As the world's largest Native American museum, the Pequot Museum explores our nation's firsts, from the first inhabitants of New England, to the first American Indian War with Europeans, to the first reservation. No other museum covers more Native American and natural history. Come see our entertaining, educational, and impressive exhibits that use sounds, temperatures, and even scents to transport you back in time. 

Roger Wheeler State Beach Ocean Road. Clean, sandy, safe family beach. (401) 789-3563.

Salty Brine State Beach Sand Hill Cove Road. Clean, gentle surf. Great fishing off the rocks in the port of Galilee.

Scarborough State Beach Route 108. Clean, clear, moderate to heavy surf. Excellent for body surfing. (401) 789-2324.

Southland River Boat Cruises. The Southland Riverboat has been providing harbor tours, sightseeing cruises, sunset cruises, fall foliage cruises, boat charters and private charters for over 30 years

South County Museum Canonchet Farm, Narragansett, RI 02882 401-783-5400

Canonchet Memorial Corner of Beach Street and Ocean Road. A 6,000-pound limestone statue of heroic Narragansett tribal Chief Canonchet. Sculptured in 1977 by Robert K. Carsten.

Fishermen’s Memorial State Park Route 108. Coastal Park with tennis courts, playground and 182 tent and trailer sites. (401) 789-8374

Galilee Fishing Village Sand Hill Cove Road. Quaint fishing village with a working fishing fleet.

Narragansett Indian Monument Kingstown Road and Strathmore Street. Carved from a single Douglas fir by Peter Toth, this 23-foot sculpture is one of 41 throughout the country honoring the American Indian.

Narragansett Pier Beach Ocean Road. Long, southeast facing beach with long, smooth-breaking waves. Offers some of the best East Coast surfing.

Old Narragansett Pier Life Saving Station Ocean Road. Historic stone structure is now the famed
Coast Guard House Restaurant. 

The Historic Narragansett Towers is also located at this location

The Pettaquamscutt Cove National Wildlife Refuge  provides grounds for shore birds, terns and a variety of fish.

Point Judith Lighthouse 1460 Ocean Road. An octagonal brick building erected in 1816. (401) 789-0444.


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Imax Theatre  The Feinstein IMAX Theatre is conveniently located at the Providence Place Mall. Treat your senses to the most powerful and involving movie experience yet created.

Providence Place  Mall Hours
Monday-Saturday: 10:00am-9:30pm Sunday: 1:00am-7:00pm Hours of Department Stores, Restaurants, Entertainment Venues & Crate & Barrel may vary, please call ahead.

RISD Museum  Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), founded in 1877 in Providence, RI, is a vibrant community of artists and designers that includes 2,200 students from around the world

Providence Children’s Museum  Providence Children’s Museum is an active place where kids and grown ups play and learn together.

Roger Williams Park Zoo  Roger Williams Park Zoo is owned and operated by the City of Providence and is supported by the Rhode Island Zoological Society.

Mystic Aquarium  Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration is so much more than an aquarium. It's not just a place to visit ocean life, it's a unique experience in living marine creatures and the latest discoveries of our underwater world.

Newport Mansions  The Preservation Society of Newport County, Rhode Island's largest cultural organization, preserves and protects the best of Newport County's architectural heritage.

Newport Vineyards  Newport Vineyards was originally planted in 1977 on a hill overlooking Rhode Island Sound with the goal of producing fine wines and as a way of preserving beautiful agricultural land from rapid development.

GreenVale Vineyards  Greenvale Vineyards produces small quantities of exceptional estate grown wines. We are located long the Sakonnet River in Portsmouth, RI, five miles north of downtown Newport.

Museum of Yachting  The Museum of Yachting is dedicated to preserving the culture and heritage of yachting by fostering education and enjoyment of its traditions and history through the preservation and presentation of vessels, artifacts, literature and events.
Gilbert Stuart Birthplace  The Gilbert Stuart Birthplace is a multifaceted attraction that takes one on a journey back in time.

Smith’s Castle   Founded in 1958 by South County residents, the Pettaquamscutt Historical Society encourages the study and appreciation of the region's history.