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Welcome to the South County Museum

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Come to the South County Museum, where Rhode Island’s coastal legacy has been
celebrated for 80-plus years. Here you can explore the rich historical heritage of rural
and coastal life. Our beautiful seven-acre campus is set in a 174-acre town park that
was the 19th-century estate of Rhode Island’s Civil War-era governor and postwar
senator, William Sprague.

Explore history in the one-room schoolhouse, carriage barn and print shop. Watch
artisans at work in the blacksmith shop and print shop. Wander through the
Canonchet Estate stable ruins, visit the Rhode Island Red heritage flock and our
other farm animals. Our grounds feature heirloom flower and herb gardens, and
we are bounded by woods, meadows and salt marshes accessible on marked
walking trails.

When we're open   . . .   How to get here 


                                                                               At right, in memory of Janice Causey, artist,
                                                                         teacher, surfer and friend of SCM, who planted
                                                                      this linden tree on the Museum campus in 2004. 


We Offer Gift Certificates

> Blacksmith or Letterpress lessons: $90 for two, for three hours

> Individual Membership: $25

> Family Membership: $35

Call us at 401-783-5400 and leave a message, or drop by.

Our off-season office hours are

9 am to 1 pm, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Find out about our school tour program!


Sponsors

Centreville Bank

Day Studios

DeWAL Industries

Flood Ford

Gates Insurance

Phoenix Finds

Rhode Island Fishermen's Alliance


Call us at 401-783-5400 or  write to: 

South County Museum

115 Strathmore Street

Narragansett, RI 02882

In memory of Janice Causey, artist, teacher, surfer and friend of SCM, who planted this linden tree on the Museum campus in 2004. 

O3Me© SCM 2014