Community Events

Greater Fall River RE-CREATION
Fall River's First Annual
Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Greater Fall River RE-Creation Calendar of Events

The Marine Museum

Battleship Cove

Providence Childrens Museum

Buttonwood Park Zoo

The Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design

Roger Williams Park Zoo

Fall River Public Library

199 North Main Street
Fall River MA 02720


Boys & Girls Club of Fall River
803 Bedford Street
Fall River, MA 02723
Phone: 508-672-6340

The Fall River Historical Society

Fall River Carousel
1 Central Street
Battleship Cove
Fall River, MA   02720

This classic and fully-restored carousel is marked by masterful carvings which display the ornate embellished style of the Victorian era. Housed within an elegant period pavilion, the carousel is sure to delight the entire family as they bob up and down while rotating this masterful piece of the past.

Children's Museum in Easton
9 Sullivan Avenue
The Old Fire Station
North Easton, MA   02356

This museum is just for kids! Kids will be happy to have a place they can finally call their own, as they wander through the various interactive exhibits on display at the Children’s Museum in Easton. Learn about the arts, sciences, and humanities through fascinating exhibitions which will delight the young and old alike.

Capron Park Zoo
Attleboro, MA 02703
Phone: 508-222-6202

The zoo has revitalized itself with new exhibits and animals from all over the world: African lion cubs, North American river otters, snow leopards, and creatures of the rain forests. Activities give children the chance to handle small animals, conduct daily rounds with zookeepers, and to clean exhibits and feed animals. If the day is hot, kids can take a break in the mist tent for a gentle, cooling shower.

Caratunk Wildlife Refuge
Seekonk, MA 02771
Phone: 508-761-8230

Caratunk Refuge, operated by the Audubon Society of Rhode Island, provides a protected habitat for native plants and animals as well as many educational programs. Camp is held here in the summer for children and public programs concerning the environment are held year-round for concerned citizens of all ages.

New Bedford Whaling Museum
Phone: 508-997-0046

Through exhibits and programs, the museum brings the whaling era to life. It houses an extensive collection of art, artifacts, and manuscripts pertaining to American whaling when sailing ships dominated merchant trade and whaling. Programs for children and families teach about life in a 19th-century whaling town, present stories and songs from artists, and invite kids to do arts and crafts.

Plimoth Plantation
137 Warren Avenue
Plymouth, MA 02360 Phone: 508-746-1622

Living History on Land and At Sea
Visitors to Plimoth Plantation’s main campus are welcomed to the museum in the comfortable, spacious and modern Henry Hornblower Visitor’s Center where they can prepare for the quintessential, bi-cultural 17th Century experience. Start surrounded by soft furs, flickering firelight, and artfully woven bulrush mats, learning about traditional Wampanoag family life as well as the arrival of the English from an Indigenous point of view. Then find yourself immersed in the year 1627, just seven years after the voyage of the Mayflower. In the village you will be surrounded by the modest timber-framed houses, fragrant raised-bed gardens, well-tended livestock and fascinating townspeople of Plymouth Colony, the first permanent English settlement in New England.
Now come aboard and learn about the 1620 voyage of the Mayflower, the perils of maritime travel, and the tools of 17th-century navigation.

Fly a kite or have a picnic at Fall River Heritage State Park

Copicut Woods - 5.4 miles of flat and easy trails. Get outdoors and enjoy the spring like weather.

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