Historic & Fun Attractions in Narragansett
This historic Narragansett Pier Seaside Victorian location offers so many possibilities for summer fun. Enjoy the beach, shopping, restaurants and entertainment only a block away, or venture out to Historic Newport (only 20 minutes) or the renowned Foxwoods or Mohegan Sun casinos, which are about an hour away. Take an exciting day trip to beautiful Block Island and tour the rustic fishing port of Galilee before you board the ferry. Take a chartered fishing trip or try your luck for the ‘Big One’ surf casting right from the nearby shore. Other Attractions: South County Museum, Fishermen’s Memorial State Park, Galilee Fishing Village, Narragansett Indian Monument, Surfing at Narragansett Pier Beach, Old Narragansett Pier Life Saving Station – now the famed Coast Guard House Restaurant, Pettaquamscutt Cove National Wildlife Refuge, Point Judith Lighthouse, Roger Wheeler State Beach, Salty Brine State Beach and Scarborough State Beach.
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