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The East Greenwich Veteran Fireman's Association Fire Apparatus Museum features a collection of antique firefighting items, including a 1938 Mack fire truck. They are open the first and third Saturdays of each month, from May through September.
At Greenwich Bay Sailing Assoc, visitors can learn the basics of sailing and gain confidence in their skills with experienced instructors. The association also hosts racing events where visitors can watch students compete.
With performers ranging from magicians to classic rock tribute bands, The Greenwich Odeum is a performing arts venue with weekly events. The venue is located in a historic 1920s building that once functioned as a vaudeville theater.
Located within a historic 1913 style building, the Varnum Memorial Armory is host to a number of different events throughout the year. The armory offers a large meeting room, display area, offices, and a military museum with numerous historic artifacts.
Windmill Cottage is a historic house and former windmill. It was home to George Washington Greene, a former American consul to Rome and historian. It was purchased for Greene by his friend, the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Dutch Harbor Boat Yard provides a full service boat yard and mooring field offering boating service, storage, and maintenance. Their moorings also include launch service, Wi Fi and laundry along with indoor and outdoor shower facilities.
A multidisciplinary arts facility, the Jamestown Arts Center brings a variety of artistic, cultural, and educational experiences to the area. The facility hosts concerts, art exhibits, films, and educational programs.
Used as a military fort during both World Wars, Fort Getty Park now stands as a historical reminder of Jamestown's early years. The park offers bayside camping, picnic areas and scenic views of the surrounding waterways.
Fort Getty Recreational Area, once used during World War I and II, is now used primarily as a camp ground. They offer a boat ramp, fishing dock, dumping station and comfort stations along with water and electric hookups for trailers.