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Cumberland, Rhode Island
Museum of Work and Culture

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Located in Woonsocket, RI (3 miles from Cumberland)

This interactive museum presents the compelling and touching story of immigrants who came to find a better life in the mill towns along the Blackstone River.

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Museum Historic
Diamond Hill Vineyards

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Located in Cumberland, RI

Diamond Hill Vineyards has been growing fine wine grapes since 1976. We produce Estate Pinot Noir, Estate Pinot Noir Rose, River Valley White, Blackstone Blush, Cranberry Apple, Spiced Apple, Blackberry and Blueberry wine.

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Vineyard
Smith-Appleby House Museum

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Located in Smithfield, RI (5 miles from Cumberland)

The Smith-Appleby House Museum began as a one-room stone-ender with a loft above. It was built (circa 1696) by Elisha Smith, the grandson of John Smith The Miller, cartographer of the NE coastline and a member of Roger William's original party of six men who left the Massachusetts Bay Colony to settle in Providence.

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Historic Museum
Lincoln Woods State Park

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Located in Lincoln, RI (5 miles from Cumberland)

Nestled between routes 146 and routes 123 , Lincoln Woods State Park is one of Blackstone Valley's great treasures. A short ride from Providence, Pawtucket, and Cumberland, it is a popular get away for northeastern Rhode Islanders. Visitors can enjoy swimming at the fresh water beach, trout fishing, playing ball, hiking, jogging, horseback riding, or just relaxing under a shade tree.

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Park Hiking Horseback Riding Beach Fishing
Samuel Slater Canal Boat

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Located in Central Falls, RI (6 miles from Cumberland)

The Samuel Slater is located on the Blackstone River. The river runs 46 miles from Worcester to Providence. During this scenic 2 1/2 mile cruise, you'll observe watchable wildlife, such as swans, deer, great blue herons, turtles and more.

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Tour Boating
Pomham Rocks Lighthouse

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Located in East Providence, RI (7 miles from Cumberland)

Pomham Rocks Lighthouse sits on a small island just off the coast of East Providence Rhode Island. It began service December 1, 1871 with a sixth order Fresnel lens showing a fixed white light. A mere ten months later on October 1, 1872 this characteristic was changed to fixed red. A fog siren, installed in 1900, was referred to by a local newspaper as `the greatest nuisance in the state` before it was replaced by a fog bell three years later. The light remained operational until it was decommissioned in 1974 when the US Coast Guard replaced it with one on a newly erected skeleton tower.

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Lighthouse
Slater Mill Historic Site

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Located in Pawtucket, RI (7 miles from Cumberland)

The Slater Mill Historic Site offers visitors a unique opportunity to see how the Blackstone River Valley was transformed from a series of small farming and milling communities into one the nineteenth century's great industrial centers. The site contains three buildings - the Sylvus Brown House (1758), the Slater Mill (1793) and the Wilkinson Mill (1810) - which illustrate the progression of textile manufacturing from a hand craft to large scale industrial enterprise.

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Historic Tour

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