Kids Fun in Rhode Island
A great way for kids over 12 years and their family to solve puzzles, uncover clues and escape the room Sherlock style! A great challenge in Providence for the next family day out!
Ryan's Newport Arcade entertainment center features huge games rooms with arcade games, and lots more fun for all the family
That classic beach front fun with an antique band organ, charming carousel, and fun kiddie amusement rides! There is even ice cream and an arcade!)
It's all things butterflies at this Rhode Island Butterfly Zoo! A day out with the family surrounded by these fluttering colorful creatures!
Spend the day in one of the oldest zoos in the country, with 130 species of rare and fascinating animals from around the world, including elephants, giraffes, snow leopards, and kangaroos!
Make a SPLAH at this Rhode Island water park, with giant water slides, tunnels, and spills for all ages!
South County Museum inspires wonder and a better understanding of the agricultural and rural village life in coastal Rhode Island before the emergence of suburban communities. Step back in time for your next family day out!
Rhode Island's National Museum of American Illustration features masterpieces of illustrative art and is the largest such collection in the world!
New England Wireless & Steam Museum is an electrical & mechanical engineering museum showcasing the beginnings of radio & steam power, & honoring engineers!
Spend the day at Rhode Island’s only natural history museum AND the state’s only public planetarium! A family day out choice since 1896!
The Herreshoff Marine Museum and America's Cup Hall of Fame are dedicated to the education and inspiration of the public through presentations of the history and innovative work of the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company and the America's Cup competitio....
One of the best places to go in Newport with kids is the International Tennis Hall of Fame, showcasing the history and legends in the world of tennis!
Kids aged 1 to 11 can play, create AND learn in this hands-on children's museum in Rhode Island! A day out filled with imagination and fun.
The Newport Art Museum's collections and exhibitions focus on the visual arts of Newport and southeastern New England, reflecting both the rich heritage of the past and the lively art scene of the present.
The American Industrial Revolution is brought back to life in this historic Rhode Island museum, with tours through 18th and 19th century buildings!
A fascinating and educational insight into paintings, sculptures, costume, furniture from all over the world! For those art buffs out there....
Open play with fun inflatables, and super fun birthday parties for kids in Warwick at BounceU!
5000sq ft of indoor play space for kids with an indoor playground, sports court, tea cup rides, inflatables, playhouses - and a pirate ship!
Kids can literally bounce off the walls at this fun Rhode Island trampoline park, with 18,000 sq ft of bouncing FUN!
Wall to wall trampolining in Rhode Island, with a Foam Pit, several 3D Dodgeball Courts, 2 SkySlam areas, and a dedicated Toddler Court!
Charming and enchanting family fun in Rhode Island with this amusement park - great for all ages!
A fun, family-oriented horse farm that offers trail riding, english and western lessons, riding camps, and much more!
Great indoor climbing fun in Rhode Island for all experience levels, with instructions, bouldering, and camps!
Indoor rock climbing fun for kids in Lincoln, Rhode Island, with first time lessons, routes for all experience levels and birthday parties too!
This very popular state recreation area offers 50 fireplaces, toilets, drinking water, a swimming beach and a nearby DEM boat launch for boating and fishing.
Goddard Park attracts thousands of visitors each year as Rhode Island's most popular Metropolitan Park.
features a handicap accessible boat ramp, restrooms, and game fields which are available for rent.
One of Blackstone Valley's great treasures, this popular New England getaway offers swimming, fishing, jogging, horseback riding, and the beach!
Norman Bird Sanctuary constitutes the largest area of preserved open space in Newport County. A wildlife refuge, NBS encompasses over 300 acres and 7 miles of trails that wind through a diversity of habitats.
Located within the 4000 acre George Washington Management Area, the 100 acre Pulaski Memorial Recreation Area is a "day use" facility offering users a multitude of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
acilities and Activities include: Restrooms, Restrooms for the Disabled, Parking, Beach, Pavilion with Coin Operated Hot Showers, Playground, Picnic Tables, Concession and Swimming.
The 1000 acre undeveloped property boasts self-guided walking trails, beautiful trees, flowers and plants and also a working farm. In the fall, the foliage at Snake Den is something to behold. Facilities and Activities include: Walking Trails, Scener....
Situated at the mouth of the Newport Harbor, Fort Adams State Park offers an exceptional panoramic view of both Newport Harbor and the East Passage of Narragansett Bay.
Fort Wetherill State Park, situated upon 100 foot high granite cliffs across the water from Fort Adams State Park, is a former coastal defense battery and training camp.
464 acres of drives, lawns and stone walls along one of Rhode Island's most incredible shorelines. The "Gem" of the State Parks System!
Beavertail State Park, located in Jamestown, Rhode Island, is known for offering some of the most beautiful vistas along the New England coastline.
One of the state's most popular beaches with over a half mile of beach front. There are also many local attractions for children. This modern pavilion includes many new concepts including rails, outside showers, tower and composting toilets.
Get read for adventures out on the water, from fishing, to lobstering, or out on a seal watch, Fish’n Tales Adventures offers memorable trips for all ages!
Sit Back, relax and enjoy the salt air breeze as you travel along the cozy west shore of Aquidneck island (Newport RI) in an open platform coach built 1904 or an 1884 parlor car.
Boss Ice Arena is located at the University of Rhode Island athletic complex & open for public skating and figure skating sessions!
Enjoy the ONLY ski area in Rhode Island, along with a seasonal water park for kids to make a splash in! Hit the slopes!
Blithewold is one of the finest garden estates in New England, with a different gardens, and a 45-room English style manor house, all chronicling a rich history of one family over 100 years
The Providence Athenaeum, founded in 1753 as an independent membership library, provides books and other materials to all, of any age, who love reading, appreciate literature, and enjoy cultural discovery. The Athenaeum's collections and historic bui....
Is a living history farm depicting Bristol's agrarian life in the year 1799 through live interpretation, historic structures, and heirloom plants and animals.
A step back in time as you experience Rhode Island in the 1600s! A fascinating historical experience for the whole family on your day out together.
Explore 250 years of American history at our 11 historic properties, located on 80 acres of gardens and parks.
HISTORIC FORT ADAMS is off Harrison Ave. in Fort Adams State Park. Built 1824-57, Fort Adams is one of the largest coastal fortifications in the United States. Guided tours take visitors from the top of the Fort walls to the depth of the underground....
Take a tour during the day of this elegant castle, with its medieval flavor, or walk among the many spirits of the past during a Ghost Tour, Belcourt Castle offers a unique opportunity to step back in time and enjoy the atmosphere of the Gilded Age.
The Museum provides the whole family with an engaging introduction to the area's rich history and the beauty of its architecture. One of the many fun family places to go if you're looking for things to do with kids in Rhode Island
Biomes is a privately owned marine science education center focusing on hands-on programs for students and families in Southern New England.
Visitors can now experience the ring of the anvil and the odor of coal and hot steel as blacksmiths forge pieces of the metal into hinges, nails, and other household items.