The Top Five Places to Visit In Rhode Island
Galilee is the area that includes Salty Brine Beach, a whole bunch of chowder houses and the docks for the fishing boats and the Block Island Ferry. Spend the day on the beach, order chowder for dinner and sit on the rocks and watch the boats come in.
2. Brenton Point
Brenton Point is a grassy area on the water inside Fort Adams State Park. It is hands down the best place in the state for a family cookout and the best place to fly a kite. In fact, every July it plays host to the International Kite Festival.
3. Roger Williams Park and Zoo
Roger Williams Park has a great inclusive playground for children of all capabilities. There’s also an old fashioned carousel, swan boats and picnic areas. Looking for a great spot for family portraits? Roger Williams is it. And the zoo offers a chance to get upclose with many different animals, year round!
4. Block Island
Block Island is a small island off the coast of Narragansett. It can be reached by ferry. On the island you can enjoy a beach day, rent bikes or eat yummy seafood.
5. Rhode Island Children’s Museum
This museum is for kids but adults won’t get bored. There’s plenty of fun activities for kids of all ages and the exhibits change from time to time, keeping it fresh and exciting.