- Our list of the best things to do in Old Lyme, Connecticut, features the top 324 nearby activities — including 146 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Bonnet Shores Beach is a small-crescent beach on the north of Narragansett Bay. The beach features rocks which people can climb or dive off as well as little tide pools that provide opportunities for swimming and exploring.
Originally known as Spell Hall, Nathanael Greene Homestead, was the home of the Revolutionary War General. Built in 1770, visitors to the site can enjoy a tour of the home and grounds and explore the historical artifacts and exhibits.
The Kayak Center of Rhode Island offers the opportunity to experience the state from its beautiful waters. There are over 130 different types of kayaks and SUPs, an instructional course, and free shipping to anywhere in the state.
With 27 acres of pristine land and sandy shores, Jennings Beach is a safe place to enjoy a relaxing day. The beach provides concessions, sailboat racks, volleyball, swimming lessons, and it hosts four family nights throughout the summer.
Lose yourself in colonial times when you visit Wickford Village, and its tree-lined waterfront streets. Established in 1709, stroll around the historic village and browse the cafés, boutiques, antique shops, galleries, and restaurants.
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Dedicated in honor of TWA Flight 800 that went down off the coast of Fire Island in 1996, is the TWA Flight 800 International Memorial. The memorial is a place for reflection and remembrance of the tragic event.