- Our list of the best things to do in Tiverton, Rhode Island, features the top 403 nearby activities — including 183 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Tiverton, RI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Founded in 1993, Four Corners Arts Center is an art center dedicated to promoting the arts to the surrounding community. Attractions include art exhibits, concerts, theater, art classes, and various special events.
The Newport Butterfly Zoo is a commercial butterfly farm located in Tiverton, RI. Visitors in the spring and summer can walk the grounds and see thousands of varieties of butterflies, learn how to create a butterfly garden, and start a collection.
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With over 730 acres and 4 miles of trails, Wetamoo Woods & Pardon Gray Preserve is a great place for a hike or bird watching. Historic sites include an abandoned saw mill, stone bridges, and gray cemetery.
Strewn with boulders, Pardon Gray Preserve offers visitors a marked trail for hiking and walking their dogs. There is a wooden board path that goes over a stream. The plant life consists of birch trees, mushrooms, and moss.
Dating as far back as the Revolutionary War, Fort Barton is a historic park site named after Colonel William Barton of Rhode Island. Visitors to Fort Barton hike through the local trails and recall the history of the Revolutionary War.
Located on 50 acres of wooded area, the Emilie Ruecker Wildlife Refuge is a location that offers views of nature to its visitors. Visitors commonly enjoy photographing the many species of birds and trees that call the area home.
A revolutionary war redoubt, Fort Batron features an observation tower on which visitors can view the surrounding landscape. Attractions also include three miles of nature trails, with trail guides available at the nearby town hall.