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Slater Mill Museum, Pawtucket

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  • My wife and I visited Slater Mill and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Our guide, Carl, was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. I would highly recommend a visit!  more »
  • Cool place to go to see how old Pawtucket used to operate. Interesting place to take the family, especially some younger/preteen kids, to show them how things used to get done.  more »
  • I've been to Slater Mill both in a regular tour and ghost tours. I loved the place. Being from a textile manufacturing background, Slater Mill was just a real education. One might think that it was ju...  more »
  • Provides a good historical background for the early textile industry in New England. Our tour guide was well informed and it was cool to see some of the machines operate.
  • Far more detailed and interactive than you might think. The machine demonstrations were very educational and the guides are very friendly.
  • Great hour-long tour by a very knowledgeable guide through the birth of America's industrial revolution in Pawtucket! Saw three buildings next to the Blackstone river- 18th century Brown home, water powered tools and textile mill factories. Definitely recommend well worth the drive from Boston! Wish there was a bit more about the Native American history in the area pre-dating the industrial period.
  • Cool history here. Its worth checking out but its pretty quick and small.
  • The buildings are interesting. But the tour is too much $$