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Roger Williams National Memorial, Providence

(3.8/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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  • We visited the Roger Williams National Memorial as part of our quest to visit all 417 of the NPS sites. I must admit, this is one of the smallest sites by far. The ranger on duty was very friendly and...  more »
  • A small visitor center that can be visited in a short amount of time. There is a movie and small display giving the history of Roger Williams religious colony in Rhode Island. Worth a stop if you are ...  more »
  • This is a great place to start a visit to Providence. Lots of information on Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island. Also, they have walking tour maps of the city. There is free parking at the pa...  more »
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  • There's a nice park right in the heart of the city plus a National Park Service historic site with very enthusiastic and helpful rangers.
  • Nice, quiet park. Educational visitor center with good staff. A nice, quick historical visit with kids. Unfortunately not a lot to see, and nothing remains from the 17th C.
  • A short film is offered by the visitors center. A short leisurely walk around the grounds gives you more info. Homeless people sleeping on benches. Very sad.
  • The city is broken up by this quaint little park. I enjoy lounging in the grass and taking in the beauty of our city.
  • One of two national parks in Rhode Island, Roger Williams National Memorial is great! Become a junior ranger, get a National Parks Passport Stamp that you can't get anywhere else, and learn about Roger Williams.