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North Smithfield : les meilleures activités

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Museum
“Woonsocket, RI and Blackstone, MA compose the Worcester-Providence corridor and are the actual birthplaces of the Industrial Revolution, as well as offering key histories from when Native Americans were still dominant. This museum offers insight on often little known events that occurred here in the Blackstone Valley.”
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Boulangerie
“Cakes, bread & sweets are sold alongside dairy-fresh milk at this airy bakery set on a farm”
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Restaurant chinois
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“Chinese food with world class jazz and blues music. The music & the atmosphere is the draw here, not the food. ”
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Restaurant
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“Specializing In Thin-Sliced, Loose Meat, Roast Beef Sandwiches, another iconic local restaurant that's been here for over 50 years!”
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Espace événementiel
“If you want to look at beautiful fresco paintings but can’t afford a trip to Europe, you could instead travel to Woonsocket and see the largest collection in North America. The former Catholic Church was built in 1913 to serve the local French-Canadian community, but it was closed in 2000. Today, it’s now a non-profit organization and open for weddings, concerts, tours, and other events. However, the biggest draw is the main chapel area, with the walls and ceilings covered with beautiful hand-painted artwork that features over 475 faces of angels, saints, and other forms of divinity. Coming here is like seeing the Sistine Chapel and discovering a true hidden treasure.”
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Bar
“Worth the wait for awesome entrees, fun atmosphere, live music and entertainment...no reservations & possible one hour wait...”
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Bus Station
“The Woonsocket Deopt was built by the Providence and Worcester Railroad in 1882, and was the former headquarters for the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor. Don’t miss the Hachiko statue Bronze statue honoring a Japanese Akita dog that is popular cultural legend in that nation. The site where the statue is located was the setting for the 2009 movie "Hachi: A Dog's Story" starring Richard Gere. The Blackstone Valley Tourism Council organizes a Polar Express excursion each year which operates from Woonsocket Depot.”
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Route
“River Island Art Park - Enjoy peaceful strolls, savor views from the scenic overlook, or launch canoes to more closely experience the power and majesty of the Blackstone River. Summer concerts and festivals. Summer Friday nights in 2018 feature FREE concerts as part of the Levitt AMP Music Series. Outdoor public ice rink operated November-March”
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Point of Interest
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Restaurant
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