Things to Do in Misquamicut, RI

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14.2 Miles
100% 4 votes
History Museums 150 Bank Street, New London, CT 06320 MoreLess Info
Located along the waterfront on Bank Street, New London Maritime Society Custom House Museum is a small building that packs many exhibits. An excellent way to learn about New London's rich nautical history.
14.3 Miles
97% 634 votes
Specialty Museums 1 Crystal Lake Road, Groton, CT 6349 MoreLess Info
Groton, Connecticut is home to The Submarine Force Museum, a huge repository of submarine-related items and ephemera. Its centerpiece is the USS Nautilus, a decommissioned military submarine now open for tours.
14.3 Miles
75% 4 votes
Historic Homes 79 Green Street, New London, CT MoreLess Info
As a historic Colonial home, Richard Douglass House is the former home of a New Londoner captain from the American Revolution. This house is one of the last few gambrel-roof houses remaining in the region.
14.3 Miles
50% 6 votes
Historic Ships 612 Shark Blvd, Groton, CT 06349 MoreLess Info
Groton's Naval Submarine Base began as a naval yard in 1868, and was converted to a submarine base during World War I. The working base is home to 160 major facilities and 15 nuclear submarines.
14.3 Miles
100% 1 votes
Art Gallery 165 State St, Ste 102, New London, CT 6320 MoreLess Info
The Provenance Center is a beautiful art space that offers local artist showcases and touring exhibits throughout the year. The center prides itself on its diverse range of exhibits and offers workshops to those interested.
14.3 Miles
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Theaters 66 Union Street, New London, CT 6320 MoreLess Info
The Flock Theatre in New London offers free Shakespeare productions as well as acting classes for aspiring thespians. Seeing a show at the Flock Theatre is a great way to support the local community.
14.4 Miles
100% 36 votes
Theaters 325 State Street, New London, CT 06320 MoreLess Info
New London's Garde Arts Center is a non-profit arts venue that presents professional productions of plays, musicals, operas and other works. The main theater is adorned with exotic carvings and Moroccan textiles.
14.4 Miles
100% 1 votes
Lighthouses Thames River/New London Harbor Entrance, New London, CT MoreLess Info
A historic lighthouse, the New London Ledge Lighthouse has been restored and preserved by the New London Ledge Lighthouse Foundation. The lighthouse now contains a museum, and is open for tours.
14.5 Miles
100% 2 votes
Beaches 309 Great Neck Road, Waterford, CT 06385 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy supervised swimming, bird watching, fishing, and walking on a quarter mile stretch of beach at Waterford Town Beach. The beach also features picnic areas and nearby tennis courts.
14.6 Miles
57% 14 votes
Historic Buildings 8 Mill Street, New London, CT MoreLess Info
A water powered grist mill, the Old Town Mill was rebuilt after being burnt to the ground during the American Revolutionary War. The mill hosts many events throughout the year including concerts, art shows, and more.
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