- Our list of the best things to do in Jamestown, Rhode Island, features the top 356 nearby activities — including 162 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Jamestown, RI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of Jamestown, RI , followed by 340 popular activities in nearby cities, including Newport, Providence, Fall River, Narragansett, North Kingstown, Warwick, New Bedford, Middletown, Cranston, Charlestown, East Greenwich, Tiverton, East Providence, Bristol, Wakefield, Coventry, Portsmouth, Warren, Dartmouth, Westerly, Wickford, Dennis Port, Exeter, Little Compton and Saunderstown
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100% 1 votes
Beavertail Road, Jamestown, RI 2835 MoreLess Info
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.
67% 3 votes
41 Conanicus Avenue, Jamestown, RI 02835 MoreLess Info
Guests can enjoy a large playground composed entirely of recycled materials at the Jamestown Community Playground. The playground features several climbing structures, swings, sandboxes, ramps, tire bridges, and open play areas.
44% 16 votes
913 Fort Getty Road, Jamestown, RI MoreLess Info
Used as a military fort during both World Wars, Fort Getty Park now stands as a historical reminder of Jamestown's early years. The park offers bayside camping, picnic areas and scenic views of the surrounding waterways.
50% 2 votes
244 Narragansett Avenue, Jamestown, RI 02835 MoreLess Info
Dutch Harbor Boat Yard provides a full service boat yard and mooring field offering boating service, storage, and maintenance. Their moorings also include launch service, Wi Fi and laundry along with indoor and outdoor shower facilities.
33% 3 votes
Battery Lane, Jamestown, RI 02835 MoreLess Info
A park spanning 22 acres, Conanicut Battery National Historical Park was once the site of fort from the Revolutionary War. The park offers views of the the west passage of Narragansett Bay and plaques explaining the history of certain areas.
25% 4 votes
Fort Getty Road, Jamestown, RI 02835 MoreLess Info
Fort Getty Recreational Area, once used during World War I and II, is now used primarily as a camp ground. They offer a boat ramp, fishing dock, dumping station and comfort stations along with water and electric hookups for trailers.
88% 687 votes
90 Fort Adams Drive, Newport, RI 2840 MoreLess Info
Fort Adams State Park in Newport, Rhode Island is a verdant expanse managed by the Rhode Island Division of Parks & Recreation. It is a lovely place to hike, bike, relax, picnic or engage in birdwatching and nature photography.
98% 95 votes
Queen Anne Square, Newport, RI 02840 MoreLess Info
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.
95% 21 votes
Washington Street, Newport, RI 02840 MoreLess Info
Off the beaten path, Battery Park is a quiet park with few tourists or crowds. A great view of the water, Newport Bridge, and some of the oldest colonial houses in the country is what makes this spot a destination for many locals.
96% 395 votes
150 Bowens Landing, Newport, RI 02840 MoreLess Info
Gansett Cruises run through the Narragansett Bay's East Passage and the Newport Harbor aboard a private yacht. The tours take roughly 90 minutes and are narrated by a local guide.