- TripBuzz found 235 things to do with kids in or near Westerly, Rhode Island, including 213 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Groton, Narragansett, Montauk and Mystic.
- From Napatree Point to Flying Horse Carousel, the Westerly area offers 111 different types of family activities, including: Beaches, Theaters, Parks and Amusement Parks (All Ages).
- Sitting on the Pawcatuck River, Westerly is a popular venue for fishermen. And offering an array of water sports, the community is further equipped with a freshwater lake and several ponds. Further, each year Westerly plays hosts to a number of festivals and special events including an art festival, duck race, theater festival and Columbus Day parade.
Comprised of two historic houses, Wethersfield Museum provides visitors with information on the Connecticut towns rich history. The museum features exhibits, artifacts such as love letters and Civil War uniforms, and historical text.
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24 Three Elms Road, Branford, CT 06405 MoreLess Info
A charter boat trip company, Thimble Island Cruises Capt Bob Milne offers cruises among the Thimble Islands aboard his ship, the Volsunga IV. The company can accommodate groups of various sizes.
The non-profit organization, the Wethersfield Historical Society, is an educational institution that has the goal of preserving the history and culture of Wethersfield. The organization has a museum that is known for the 'Legendary People, Ordinary Lives' exhibit.
A central location for the Wethersfield Historical Society, the Keeney Memorial Culture Center is a historic building that has been an elementary school and a high school over its history. Now, the building has gallery spaces, classrooms, and rental spaces.
The history of the area, including the Thimble Islands is offered by the Stony Creek Museum. The museum presents various events throughout the year and includes the area history in the form of pictures, objects, manuscripts, artifacts and memorabilia.
Wethersfield, Connecticut's Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum contains three houses built just before the outbreak of the Revolutionary War. Tours are available. The museum also contains a gift shop and formal Colonial-style gardens.
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156 Prospect Street, Wethersfield, CT 6109 MoreLess Info
The Eleanor Buck Wolf Nature Center has live animals, hands-on exhibits, gift shop, and numerous educational programs for ages 2 to adult. Monthly family astronomy nights, parent-toddler classes, book clubs and ranger programs are just a few of their activities.
Visitors can explore and educational ecology center that offers a variety of public programs at Wethersfield Town of. The center features several hands on exhibits, a reading corner, a gift shop, and live animals.
748 Silver Ln, East Hartford, CT 6118 MoreLess Info
With over 50 lanes available, HOF Silver Lanes offers recreational bowling and leagues for visitors to participate in. During the weekends, the bowling alley has glow-in-the-dark lanes and pins.