Historical Attractions

Biomes Marine Biology Center North Kingstown

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Biomes Marine Biology Center
221 Shady Lea Rd
North Kingstown
RI
02852
Tel: 401 295 4690

Where are we going today?

Biomes is a privately owned marine science education center focusing on hands-on programs for students and families in Southern New England.
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When can we go?

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What people are saying?

  • "A great hands on experience"

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    We visited Biomes with my 18 month old & my 7 year old. They both Loved it !, so many exhibits were hands on and great eye level for both children. It was a fantastic way to learn about local sea life & beaches. I would definately return & recommend

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The Weather

Thursday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 83° F / 28° C
Humidity: 80 %
Wind: NNW - 1 MPH

Friday

Conditions: Chance of a Thunderstorm
Temp: 85° F / 29° C
Humidity: 76 %
Wind: SW - 11 MPH

Saturday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 86° F / 30° C
Humidity: 52 %
Wind: NE - 9 MPH

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