Roger Williams National Memorial
282 North Main Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
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Providence's National Park interprets the life and times of Roger Wiliiams, the founder of the first English colony with complete religious freedom for all. Visitor Center, exhibits and video. Original Providence Settlement (1636) was here. 4.5 acres of landscaped grounds provides a setting for contemplation of Roger William's contributions to the principles of religious freedom and tolerance in America.
Services / Features / Restrictions: Free Admission, Attraction, Heritage Trust of RI, Cultural, Of Interest to Children, Museum, National Historic Site, Park, Alcohol Prohibited, Pets Allowed, Reservations Required for Groups, Smoking Areas Available, Motorcoach Parking, Greater Providence
Handicap Service: Complete Wheel Chair Access, Aids for Visually Impaired