Cumberland is the northeasternmost town in Providence County, Rhode Island, United States, first settled in 1635 and incorporated in 1746. The population was 33,506 at the 2010 census.
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4.5 based on 103 reviews
Fully restored historic Vaudville theatre presenting concerts, musical theatre, comedy, dance and theatre education programs at family affordable rates.
Beautiful theater. We saw "A Christmas Carol" and it was a great show. Our seats were in the upper section and we could see the entire show clearly and without any obstruction. We arrived an hour ahead of time and did not have a problem finding a municipal parking space. We will be visiting the Stadium for future shows.
4.5 based on 269 reviews
A popular baseball field (home of the Pawtucket Red Sox) for minor-league games that draws a huge crowd.
I have been coming here for years and years. It is a great place for watching AAA Baseball . It is much better in many ways than seeing MLB first hand. The prices for everything are drastically cheaper, less crowds, better parking-free if you get there early, including handicapped and easier traffic.
I would recommend going to MLB at least once in a lifetime though. Many stars come from AAA. The players usually like giving autographs.
Lastly, McCoy has events sometimes, like walking the field, fireworks and more.
4 based on 643 reviews
Wrentham Village Premium Outlets is more than just a great collection of the finest designer labels and brands, it's New England's largest outlet center. Include a shopping stop during your next trip to Boston. Located 35 minutes south of Boston, it's a true bargain hunter's haven.Daily transportation from downtown Boston hotels provides easy access to the center. Many visitors also chose to purchase one of the popular Shop & Stay packages featured on the center's website.
Love the concept of this outlet. Great variety of stores to shop. Some high end stores mixed in with some average stores make it so great!
4 based on 13 reviews
Well, the course layout is difficult with plenty of typical new england armoring, i.e. large rocks left in place at times making an approach or fairway landing difficult. This is in addition to the normal hazard collection like sand traps, well placed trees, etc. The staff are very friendly and there is a beverage cart making the rounds. The greens crew could be more fastidious in their work.
4.5 based on 417 reviews
We visited the zoo on a Monday in September. It was nice and quiet. The Skyway was running so we took a ride. It was wonderful. No bumps along the way. We saw most of the park's wildlife. There's also a train, but we didn't ride it. You can feed and pet the herd of deer; there's a petting area for adorable goats; the staff provide informational sessions; there are shows. Each type of animal is explained via a board at the exhibit area. The board includes a map as to where the animal lives, the age span and size, whether the species is endangered and to what extent, and other information. The aviary is wonderful!. You can feed the parakeets. They fly onto your shoulder, or in my case, my hat. Although the zoo is not huge, it has a good variety of animals. What made an impression on me was the quality of care the animals receive. You can tell that the members of the staff really love the animals. The areas are well-maintained and clean. All animals had plenty of water and food. I look forward to returning soon.
5 based on 140 reviews
Dairy products are the best around. Bakery has a wide assortment. Over the years price has gone up at an alarming rate. Some of the bakery iteams not as fresh as years before.
4.5 based on 84 reviews
Love this park! There is so much to do. Lots of areas for walks, a small zoo, two play ground areas, a sand play area and the most amazing slide that every kid dreams of. Easy to park at and lots of tables for picnic lunches. Also the garden with the water butterfly is so much fun for the little kids.
4.5 based on 98 reviews
lovely paved pathway for biking, running or walking. It is a well maintained area that runs along the Blackstone River. There are some small inclines along the way but nothing steep. There are many areas where you are able to gain access to the path. Be aware It is not cleared after snowstorms….
5 based on 44 reviews
Multiple generations of Jaswell's have run this family farm. Known for pick your own apples and berries. Bakery onsite makes great pies and cider donuts. Delicious sweet corn from late July through Sept. Very friendly welcoming staff.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Located in a 1915 textile mill, the museum is dedicated to the political and cultural lives of the working class. It also serves as a visitors center for the Blackstone Valley National Corridor.
The museum focuses on family life in Rhode Island's mill towns which were primarily settled by French Canadians. There are several interactive exhibits, some film presentation and even a mock Catholic school classroom which really brought back memories for me. You can dive into newspaper articles, yearbooks and other memorabilia which give a sense of life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This look back in time highlights the daily life, and struggles of those who settled in this area as immigrants. I have visited many times and still enjoy brining visitors into enjoy this wonderful little museum….
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