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Museum of Work and Culture, Woonsocket
(4.7/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The Museum of Work and Culture in Woonsocket is a short trip from Providence. The various displays, many interactive, highlight an often overlooked part of Rhode Island history -- its prominence in te...  more »
  • 30 years ago I was enlightened to no end when I found The French=Canadian Heritage of New England a book by Professor Gerard Breault.This one book spells it all out and this one museum 'speaks French....  more »
  • You must take the time to stop and visit this museum. The wealth of knowledge it holds regarding how the people of Woonsocket played an important role in the industrial revolution. That was a Woonsock...  more »
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  • This memorial displays and explains the engaging artifacts and history around the surviving soldiers who fought in France. Through many trepidations these surviving soldiers and their families were bound to settle in Rhode Island. The Work and Culture Museum creates an exceptionally realistic sketch of these peoples traumanic and pleasing events, life styles, and time-line that helped cultivate Rhode Islsnds rich, enovative, industrious, and enduring generis culture. I greatly recommend this historical learning tool for multiple of reasons /purposes. J.L. Elizabeth Girard
  • Been visiting since I was a child. Always worth entertaining your brain around our history.
  • Older crowds will like