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Blackstone Valley Tourism Council
175 Main Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860 USA
In addition to this online resource, Rhode Island's Blackstone Valley also has several visitor centers and information kiosks where you can learn more about the museums, events, restaurants, and attractions in our region
Stop by this beautifully designed visitor center in downtown Pawtucket! The center boasts a giant floor map showing the entire Blackstone Valley Heritage Corridor; and has museum-style exhibits and a free 20-minute movie - "Hidden in the Blackstone" - covering the history of Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park. Be sure to get your National Park Passport stamped!
Address: 175 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI (parking in rear off Roosevelt Avenue) Phone: 401-724-2200 Hours: Monday - Sunday 10 am to 4 pm
Visitor Center offers: maps and brochures, visitor services desk, The Blackstone Shop - gift shop with local souvenirs and more, art gallery, RIPTA public transportation, large restrooms, ATM, and available for special event rentals
On a trip to Rhode Island? Head to this gorgeous center that is the entrance to the Blackstone River State Park and the Blackstone River Bikeway!
Address: Interstate 295 North (between exits 9 & 10), Lincoln, RI Phone: 401-334-6720 Hours: Monday - Saturday 6 am to 6 pm and Sunday 8 am - 4 pm
Visitor Center offers: maps and brochures, visitor services desk, ample parking, large restrooms, ATM, free Wi-Fi, and available for special event rentals
More than two dozen kiosk displays are located around Rhode Island's Blackstone Valley. Look for them in museums, shops, and libraries to pick up a travel guide and rack cards covering the attractions and events in the region