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Roger Williams National Memorial, RI

National Park Service

Overview

Roger Williams National Memorial commemorates the life of the founder of Rhode Island and a champion of the ideal of religious freedom. Williams, banished from Massachusetts for his beliefs, founded Providence in 1636. This colony served as a refuge where all could come to worship as their conscience dictated without interference from the state.

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Address:

Roger Williams National Memorial
282 North Main Street
Providence,RI,02903
Email: John_McNiff@nps.gov

Directions:

Roger Williams National Memorial is located at 282 North Main Street in Providence's College Hill Historic District.

From Interstate 95 North, take Exit 23 - State Offices. Take a left at the light to the bottom of Orms Street. At light, right onto Charles Street; continue straight through one light, then quick left into memorial parking lot.

From Interstate 95 South, take Exit 23 - Charles Street. Take first left onto Ashburton Street and continue straight through three lights. After the third light, take a quick left into the memorial parking lot.
 

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