- TripBuzz found 151 things to do indoors in the Jamestown area. From Beavertail Aquarium to Fire Department Memorial Building, Jamestown offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 154 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 56 different types of things to do inside in or near Jamestown, Rhode Island. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Aquariums, Arts Centers and Theaters.
- There are 5 indoor activities in Jamestown, and 146 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Providence, Newport, Fall River and New Bedford.
Located inside Beavertail State Park, the Beavertail Aquarium is a managed, small aquatic site that houses a variety of salt water fish and shell fish. Situated within the lighthouse museum in the park, the aquarium is open to visitors daily.
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Fire Department Memorial Building displays an array of antique fire-fighting equipment including an 1894 Lafrance Steam Fire Engine. Additional exhibits consist of antique firefighting equipment and photographs as well as a restored hand tub from the 1850's.
The Jamestown Fire Memorial Museum features a variety of fire artifacts, including an 1894 Steam pumper, a 1947 Dodge pumper / engine, and a 1925 LaFrance pumper / engine. The location, which is operated by volunteer firefighters, offers information on the history of firefighting.
Situated in a preserved 19th century school house, the Jamestown Historical Society and Museum features a collection of artifacts and memorabilia reflecting the history of Jamestown Island. The Society hosts a variety of lectures and programs.
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.
One of the most famous churches in the United States is Trinity Church in Newport. George Washington once attended services at the site, and guided historic tours are conducted in the church building throughout the year.
Featuring a two and a half hour journey along the Narragansett Bay, the Newport Dinner Train is the only attraction of its kind in Rhode Island. The arrangement tries to restore the elegance and privilege associated with dining on a train.
Designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt, Marble House is part of the Newport Mansions pantheon. Commissioned by the stratospherically wealthy Vanderbilt family, the elegantly-columned Marble House is now a public museum.
The Newport Art Museum is an art museum dedicated to collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting historic and contemporary visual arts. The museum features several art exhibitions, as well as various special events and educational programs.