Smith's Castle is an award-winning historic site where four centuries of Rhode Island history are preserved and interpreted through tours, historic reenactments, and educational programs for both adults and children. (Curated content from www.smithscastle.org)
Picturesque streets, one-of-a-kind shops, and restaurants nestled among Colonial and Federal-period homes – Wickford Village is the hidden gem of Rhode Island.
Explore galleries, antique shops, and boutique stores as boats float past in the harbor. Relax at a waterfront cafe or restaurant. Take a carriage ride down Main Street, or rent a paddleboard or kayak to reconnect with nature. (Curated content from wickfordvillage.org)
Paddling is great exercise, offers an escape from the stresses of daily life, allows you to see the world from a different vantage point, and is just plain fun. Our on-water programs offer an array of possibilities for everyone to get involved in the sport. Whether you rent a kayak for a few hours, join a guided tour or participate in an instructional program, our goal is to make it a memorable day on the water. (Curated content from www.kayakcentre.com)
The Biomes Center is New England's only private marine education facility and the most hands-on aquarium in the region. We've been providing interactive marine biology programs for schools and families since 1989. (Curated content from biomescenter.com)
Kings Crossing was originally designed by renowned golf architect, Geoffrey Cornish and opened in 1964. From the beginning of the round players will find an unexpectedly meandering and flowing landscape with holes that offer variety, aesthetic charm and flexibility. The course is uniquely laid out to allow players to enjoy a round of 4 holes…which we call the “shorty”, a solid 9 hole test or, with a truly flexible tee marker system, 18 holes that provide enough variety to challenge all abilities. (Curated content from kingscrossinggolfclub.com)
Seabee Museum and Memorial Park in North Kingstown, Rhode Island is a museum dedicated to the men and women who served in the Battalion. It aims to highlight the deeds of the United States Naval Construction Battalions during both times of war and peace. (Curated content from seabeesmuseum.com)
Originally built in 1707 some five miles away on Shermantown Road, this famous church was moved in 1800 when Narragansett plantation society began to disperse and Wickford became the center of trade in the region. (Curated content from sah-archipedia.org)