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Top recommendations from locals

History Museum
“Rhode Island is the birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution. Located in Pawtucket is Slater Mill, which is North America’s first water-powered cotton spinning mill. Samuel Slater, who was born in England in 1768, moved to America in 1789. At the time, British laws forbid exporting details concerning the spinning mill outside of the country, so he memorized the plans instead. With the plans in his head and the backing of a partner named Moses Brown, Samuel built the mill in 1793, starting the framework for the Industrial Revolution. Today, the mill will bring you back in time with its displays of items the workers used and several exhibits about mill life, including the use of child”
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Художественная галерея
“Looking for a unique handmade gift? This is the spot, in addition to featuring great craft items that were either made in or by artist from Rhode Island, you can also find wonderful cards, and great Rhody-themed t-shirts.”
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Художественная галерея
“Great Winter Farmers' Market. Excellent music at The Met. Fine shops including a violin maker and other local artists and inventors plying their trade.”
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“Open to the public free of charge on clear Tuesday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. Check their site for confirmation weather's good. ”
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Популярный бар
“It’s favorite of the local DIY scene and a welcome stop for traveling bands. In the world of self-booking, self-promoting bands, The News Cafe is always good for 100% of the proceeds at the door going to performing artists and an anything-goes attitude. A listener can expect a great sound mix, cheap drinks and friendly, organic and intimate performances. Wednesdays are open mic nights”
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