- Our list of the best things to do in Cumberland, Rhode Island, features the top 399 nearby activities — including 171 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Cumberland, RI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Currently stretching over 10 miles, the Blackstone River Bikeway, is slated to extend a total of 48 miles from Rhode Island to Massachusetts. The flat, paved trail is perfect for biking, jogging, or blading while watching the birds and wildlife along the river.
Growing over fifteen varieties of apples, Phantom Farms contains PYO apple orchards, a farm stand, Country Bake Shoppe, and garden center. Producing award-winning desserts and featured on Food Network, they also offer hayrides, orchard tours, birthday parties and event rentals.
Diamond Hills Vineyards in Cumberland, Rhode Island is made up of 30 acres of vineyards, gardens and woods. Established in 1976, the vineyards feature Pinot Noir as well as peach, blueberry, spiced apple and cranberry apple wines.
The Blackstone River Theatre in Cumberland, Rhode Island features music, dance and folk arts entertainment for Cumberland and the nearby surrounding area. The community performing arts center regularly features musical concerts and children's theatre.
Located in Cumberland, Rhode Island, Monastery Park features trails for jogging and walking. Once home to a Cistercian monastery, the grounds now have become a home to Cumberland's library, gardens and playgrounds.
Diamond Hill State Park in Cumberland, Rhode Island was a ski slope at one time. The name for the park is attributed to the park's incline, which conveys a diamond-like gleam when viewed. Hikers regularly visit the site.
A small and dignified memorial to former and fallen soldiers, Veteran's Place features a replica cannon as well as a number of inscribed memorials. The memorial has walking paths, benches, and landscaped flower arrangements.