Stuart, born here in 1755, was foremost Colonial portraitist in America and best known for the portrait of George Washington. Operating 18th century snuff mill, the first in America, with water wheel. Colonial furniture and tools. Herring Run during April and May. Restored Grist Mill built in 1750. Picnic area. Wildlife refuge with ninety species of birds. Charming wooded property available for wedding photos and small parties. Boats available for rental to members.
Services / Features / Restrictions: Smoke Free, Admission Charged, Children's Activities, Lake Access, Picnic Area, Restroom, Attraction, Educational, Heritage Trust of RI, Cultural, Of Interest to Children, Museum, National Historic Landmark, National Register, Wildlife Refuge, Smoke Free, Motorcoach Parking, South County, Boat Dock, Canoeing, Freshwater Fishing, Bird Watching Trail, Wildlife Viewing
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