West Greenwich is a town in Kent County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 6,135 at the 2010 census. West Greenwich was named for the historic town of Greenwich, Kent, England. It was separated from East Greenwich in 1741. Students go to Exeter-West Greenwich Regional School in West Greenwich.
Restaurants in West Greenwich
5 based on 19 reviews
Tomaquag Museum is the region's only native-operated facility dedicated to the sharing of indigenous culture, arts and history. Tomaquag boasts 14 unique rotating exhibits that showcase Southern New England tribal community stories, over 20,000 artifacts in collections, and over 100,000 research materials in the archive. Come take a tour with our knowledgeable and native museum staff for an enriching educational experience.
I have been trying to come here for years and finally made it, and it exceeded expectations! Beautiful location, beautiful museum, and amazing social justice and civil rights tour given by the museum staff member, who was not only incredibly well informed and passionate but had stories to share from her and her family's own experiences.
I learned so much, and will definitely be coming back to learn more! absolutely enjoyable, educational, and enlightening.
definitely best thing to do in exeter and probably rhode island!
4 based on 30 reviews
Just off the main road makes it an easy to find and enjoyable ride. A very nice tasting room operation was enjoyable. Friendly staff made for a great experience. My only complaint was the price of tasting. Me and my wife both wanted a tasting and the bill came to $22.00! This did not include the glasses (they were and EXTRA) $3.00 each. We got to choose 5 wines. Neither tasting was comped with the purchase of 2 bottles of wine. Wine prices were a little high for what they were. Most were around $19.00 a bottle. Another winery in the area charged the same however glasses were complimentary.
4 based on 24 reviews
This visit was spontaneous as I saw the signs along the road for Nathaniel Greene' Homestead. I followed the signs into a neighborhood, parking is across the street.
Unfortunately, this place is only open on Monday, Friday, and Sunday; I was here on Wednesday.
I still got out of my car, looked around on the outside and read the information on the Homestead. As I was looking around I could only imagine how this placed looked before the existing neighborhood was built around it, I'm sure it was a nice homestead. I'll have to come again with my family and hopefully catch a reenactment of some sort.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
Buttonwood Farms produces premium, farm-fresh ice cream on our scenic family farm. Our waffle cones and homemade whipped cream are made fresh daily! Our Sunflowers for Wishes festival and fundraiser to benefit Make-A-Wish will take place July 22-30. During weekends in the fall (September 17 - October 30) visit our 7 acre corn maze, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, and family-friendly attractions.
Great family attraction. Many acres of in-bloom Sunflowers as far as you can see. You can walk or take a ride through the fields, photograph or just see the flowers. The kids will love the tractor rides towing kids and parents in small "cow" carts. When done, you can visit the ice cream stand and enjoy some great home made ice cream. The Sunflower Ice Cream was great but they have dozens of flavors. The week that we visited (July 30th, 2017) was the last day of the festival, so check ahead for next year. As an added incentive to go, the day that we were there, the proceeds earned by the farm were being donated to "Make a Wish Foundation". there is no admission fee but there are fees for the ice cream, etc.
4.5 based on 704 reviews
We operate the newest most luxurious fast ferry to Martha's Vineyard. The "Ava Pearl" offers all Business Class seating with interior luggage areas and the most advanced Ride Control System in the world offering the smoothest ride possible. Depart from Quonset Point, Rhode Island and avoid all the Cape Cod traffic - we will save you 3-4 hours in travel time each way! Closest daily ferry to Connecticut, New York & New Jersey. Dockside parking $10/day. Seasonal ferry service operating May through October.
The ferry was on time and comfortable. Going into Oak Bluffs was ideal, as was the departure point at Quonset. The schedule allowed us to spend a full day at the Vineyard.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
PUBLIC Golf Course, Driving Range, Restaurant and Bar, and Event Venue; Lessons, Memberships, Season Passes, Junior PGA Golf League, Leagues and Outings, Daily Food Specials, Fun for the whole Family! Great Staff, Great Food!
Always in good condition, staff is very helpful, and amenities are good. This is a very playable course for all skills levels. Also has great practice facilities.Thank you Kevin for your review. We take great pride in offering a good product and trying to make sure that our customers have a good experience.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
this library has everything you need. a large selection always up to date regular and large print. Pc classes if needed.great speakers come in on a regular basis. always clean,good parking.nice kids area.
great selection of large print books. can get you just about anything in reading material from other library's around the State of RI.
a great resource so be sure to use it if you like books or like to read.
5 based on 8 reviews
Designed to promote the local arts community and offer accessible arts and education programs for local residents.
What a show! The cast was marvelous. Sandra Laab was fabulous as Mrs. Robinson. The professional and courteous support staff at the S.C. Center for the Arts are delightful. The art exhibit downstairs was an added pleasure. My daughter and I had a lovely evening.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Another great day filming with RI PBS's series Harvesting RI. Today Harvesting RI takes us to Ocean State Hops, Rhode Island's first commercial hop farm and the Tilted Barn. Where the co owner Matt Richardson is fueled by a passion to cram as many hops into each batch of beer as humanly possible. Over the years he has enjoyed supplying hops to local home brewers and breweries alike. Now he has expanded on this success and opened Tilted Barn Brewery, Rhode Island's first farm brewery.
#PBS #HarvestingRI #sustainablefarming #tiltedbarn #nanobrewery #oceanstatehops #hops
4.5 based on 205 reviews
Wickford Village is located in North Kingstown, RI. It is comprised of Brown Street, Main Street & West Main Street. Established in 1709, Wickford Village provides picturesque waterfront streets lined with one-of-a-kind shops featuring jewelry, housewares, clothing and more. You’ll also find galleries, antique shops, cafes and restaurants nestled amongst beautifully maintained churches, colonial homes and gardens. Have a boat? Tie up to the town dock while you explore our village.
Always enjoy walking around this little town with it's shop and early colonial history. Besides the shops, be sure to check out the historic houses and churches, especially the Old Narragansett Church built in 1707 ( a little hard to find, located on a small back street ).
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