- TripBuzz found 338 things to do with kids in or near Wickford, Rhode Island, including 335 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport, Fall River, Providence and Narragansett.
- From Wickford Harbor to Kayak Centre of Rhode Island, the Wickford area offers 111 different types of family activities, including: Castles, Piers & Boardwalks, Kayaking and Beaches.
Jenney House Museum, which operated as the Jenney Grist Mill before, functions as a mueseum and features a wide range of exhibits about the history of John Lenney who set up the mill in 1636, as well as a variety of other historical artifacts.
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Broad Meadow Brook Meadow Conservation Area is the largest urban wildlife sanctuary in New England. Highlights include 80 species of butterflies and a nature play area for little ones. Five miles of trails are available.
Brewster Gardens, also known as Elder Brewster Gardens, is a local park which runs along the length of the Town Brook. It contains numerous walking trails as well as a bronze statue ad a steel scuplture dedicated to the Pilgrims.
Established in 1824, Pilgrim Hall Museum is America's oldest functioning public museum which features a collection of authentic Pilgrim artifacts such as paintings, portraits, weapons, furniture and much more.
Numerous shops, restaurants, and a movie theater are among the many locations open in the Historic Dedham Square. Visitors commonly enjoy stopping by a coffee shop or seeing a film in the Art Deco theater while at the square.
Get a history lesson at Jabez Howland House. This historic landmark was built in 1667 and purchased by the son of Mayflower passengers. The museum, decorated in period furnishings, is open Memorial Day through Columbus Day. Tours are available.
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At Mass Audubon Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary, visitors can hike through the 400 acres of shady marshland and observe native wildlife like frogs. On Saturdays, the sanctuary hosts a morning walk for birdwatching.
New Seabury Waterfront Boat Tours offers a slow, relaxing boat ride all around New Seabury. The tour features a ride through the canals of New Seabury sightseeing the beautiful homes, dock boats, wildlife and shore line.
Plymouth Rock marks the site where the passengers of Mayflower, who later founded Plymouth Colony, first touched the land of the New World. The rock itself, with the date 1620 etched on it, is surrounded by protective pillars and available for public viewing.