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Linden Place, Bristol

(35 reviews on the web)
Architectural Building Tourist Spot
The mission of the Friends of Linden Place is to preserve and restore its treasured historic property and to insure its public accessibility by developing a program of uses that will enhance the artistic, cultural and education life of the community.

Friends of Linden Place is a non-profit corporation responsible for the preservation, restoration, and promotion of Linden Place, an 1810 Federal period mansion located in the center of downtown Bristol, Rhode Island. The mansion and grounds are open to the public from May through October, during the holiday season, and also by appointment.
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  • I attended an intimate wedding, max capacity is 110, at the Linden Place Mansion. The grounds were well groomed and a lovely place to host a reception. Unfortunately, I did not have time to look aroun...  more »
  • The history of this mansion and area are amazing! I never knew numerous presidents stayed at this mansion or the slave trade history along with the Colt Firearms it just goes on ad on. This town was a...  more »
  • We toured through this home.It was a self tour, I did not find this to be anywhere near as interesting as other places we have toured in the area. Would not tour this one again.  more »
  • Why would you have your wedding at the home of a slave trader? White people never cease to amaze me in their ignorant bliss. Beautiful home in a beautiful town built by murdering and exploiting human beings.
  • Beautiful historic treasure. Beautiful place for a wedding.
  • This place, in downtown Bristol (my hometown), is beautiful. It has been restored, and is a must see for tourists.
  • A beautiful, historic spot in the heart of Bristol capable of handling quite a large group for special occasions.
  • Wonderful and Beautuful