The Captain Wilbur Kelly House Museum, located inside Blackstone River State Park, along the Blackstone River Bikeway, near the George Washington Highway Viaduct, presents the fascinating background of early intermodal transportation.
One the home of a canal boat captain, the Kelly House is where all of the transportation stories of the Blackstone River Valley come together. Situated between the Blackstone River and the Blackstone Canal, the museum shows the history of the river and canal as a means of transportation from the Native American peoples to the pinnacle of the Industrial Revolution.
Entrance to the Kelly House site by the park entrance on Lower River Road in Quinnville. Call 401-333-0295 for more information on the Kelly House Museum.
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