Roger Williams Park

Located off Elmwood Avenue in Providence, Rhode Island, the Roger Williams Park is a 430-acre Victorian park with something for everyone.

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The Casino

Built in 1896, the Casino is available for special events, wedding and meetings.
The Casino
Betsy Williams Cottage

The Betsy Williams Cottage

Built in 1785, this gambrel-roofed cottage belonged to one of the descendants of Roger Williams who donated the first 100 acres for the establishment of this park.

The Grounds

Pick your spot to picnic or take a stroll around the beautifully landscaped grounds.
The Grounds
The Carousel

The Carousel

Kids can ride the Carousel or enjoy other activities in the Carousel Village.

The Music

Enjoy a concert at the Temple to Music or the Bandstand on Roosevelt Lake.
Bandstand on Roosevelt Lake
The Zoo

The Zoo

Visit an award winning zoo with over 800 animals displayed in expansive natural settings.

The Museum of Natural History

Enjoy interactive exhibits for children and adults at the The Museum of Natural History & Cormack Planetarium.
The Museum of Natural History

For more information, contact the Providence Parks Department at (401)785-9450 or the Rogers Williams Park Zoo at (401)785-3510.


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