- Our list of the best things to do in Misquamicut, Rhode Island, features the top 249 nearby activities — including 108 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Misquamicut, RI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Misquamicut, RI , followed by 246 popular activities in nearby cities, including Westerly, Groton, Narragansett, Montauk, New London, Mystic, Charlestown, Waterford, Norwich, Niantic, Wakefield, Mashantucket, Stonington, Uncasville, North Kingstown, Watch Hill, East Lyme, Jamestown, Coventry, Exeter, Saunderstown and Old Lyme
Lafayette Park is a neighborhood park offering a number of recreational amenities for the use of those who visit. Basketball courts, playground areas, tennis courts, baseball fields, and a skate park are among the facilities available.
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Montauk Highway across from Theodore Roosevelt County Park, Montauk, NY MoreLess Info
The oldest working ranch in US, Deep Hollow Ranch offers its visitors horseback riding adventures on 3,000 acres of hills and beaches. The children can enjoy the Summer Pony Camp, and from the Trading Post can be bought souvenirs such as T-shirts and cowboy hats.
The 2,000 grape vines at Taylor Brooke Winery yield all of the grapes used in its wines. Set in the bucolic hills of northern Connecticut, Taylor Brooke welcomes visitors. The winery's mascot, Zima the Wonder Dog, also loves entertaining guests.
Located in Fall River, Massachusetts, the Oak Grove Cemetery was built in 1855. Since the 40-acre original cemetery opened, several expansion projects have increased its size to more than 100 acres. The Oak Grove Cemetery is the burial site for many people who played important roles in Fall River's history.
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248 Old Whitfield Street, Guilford, CT 6437 MoreLess Info
Whitfield State Historical Museum tells the history and story of the English settlement of Connecticut. Patrons may take self-guided tours through three floors of 17th-19th century furnishings and artifacts and can also view changing exhibits in two galleries.
Located within a structure built in 1713, the Hyland House is a historic site open throughout the summer months. Visitors commonly enjoy taking guided tours of the house, learning about local history and seeing all of the artifacts and exhibits.