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Bristol, Rhode Island
Art
Located on the grounds of the historic Linden Place mansion in downtown Bristol, Rhode Island, the Bristol Art Museum has been a venue for fine visual art since it’s inception in 1964. The Bristol Art Museum has exhibited photographs by the renown Ansel Adams, sculpture by Howard Newman and, more recently, cutting edge installation by Thomas Deininger.
Bristol, Rhode Island
History, Library
Bristol, Rhode Island
History, Military
East Providence, Rhode Island
Culture, General, History
The CVME is a cultural museum that preserves and exhibits the history, culture, artifacts and contributions historically of the Cape Verdeans and highlights our distinguished accomplishments by improving awareness/recognition resulting in ethnic notoriety and heritage preservation. This project is implemented by creating a display with books, artifacts, pictures and stories, etc.
Rehoboth, Massachusetts
Specialized
Warwick, Rhode Island
Botanical Garden, General, History, Historic House, Park
The house at Clouds Hill was built as a wedding gift for Elizabeth Ives Slater on her marriage to Alfred Augustus Reed, Jr. The home passed from Elizabeth to her daughter, Helen, on to Elizabeth’s granddaughter, Anne, and finally to her great-granddaughter, Anne. Anne is the current owner and graciously invites you to visit her family home which is also a museum.
Bristol, Rhode Island
Specialized
Coggeshall Farm Museum is Southern New England's only living history farm, featuring multi-sensory, hands-on interactions with Rhode Island's agricultural past. The museum recreates Bristol's agrarian life in 1799 through live interpretation, historic structures, and heirloom plants and animals.
Providence, Rhode Island
History, Specialized
Providence, Rhode Island
Art
Warren, Rhode Island
Specialized
Providence, Rhode Island
Historic House
Providence, Rhode Island
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, University
Changing exhibitions in Manning Hall, at the center of Brown University's campus, highlight the museum's collections from around the world and the work of Brown University faculty, staff and students. The museum also offers public lectures, performances, symposia, festivals, school activities, and a broad range of programs and events for all ages.
Providence, Rhode Island
Historic House
Providence, Rhode Island
Art, Culture, University
Southeastern New England's only comprehensive art museum, the Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design—also known as the RISD Museum of Art—was established in 1877.
Providence, Rhode Island
Natural History, Planetarium
Providence, Rhode Island
Historical Society
Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Historic House
Coventry, Rhode Island
History
Owned and operated by The Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society. A one time Colonial home and Inn, restored and furnished in the period-style.
The Paine house originally was built by Francis Brayton Sr. After his death in 1783 the property passed to his son Francis Brayton Jr.
Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Historical Society
Providence, Rhode Island
Children's
North Kingstown, Rhode Island
Specialized
Rehoboth, Massachusetts
Providence, Rhode Island
History
Providence, Rhode Island
History
Providence, Rhode Island
History
Davisville, Rhode Island
History, Military, Specialized
The Seabee Museum and Memorial Park began as in idea in the minds of a group of retired Navy Seabees who were members of Seabee Island X-1 Davisville.
East Greenwich, Rhode Island
Historic House
Warwick, Rhode Island
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History
As Warwick's largest non-profit arts organization and the area's cultural center since 1976, the Warwick Museum of Art continues to provide a performance and exhibition space for the most talented artists, writers and performers in Rhode Island and is host of a wide array of cultural and artistic activities including comedy, theater, music, poetry and literature as well as monthly visual arts exhi