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About Warwick

Warwick, founded in 1642, sits on Rhode Island known for its fine jewelry and silverware. The town is renowned for being a shopping mecca, so if you are a bit on the shopaholic side, this town will suit you perfectly to thrash your credit cards unmercifully. Rhode Island actually has no county government and is divided into 39 municipalities with Warwick being the scene of many major events in American history. It claims to have the oldest village in New England, being the 1642 Pawtuxet Village. Destroyed during King Philip's War (1675-1676), Warwick was home to General Nathanael Greene, George Washington's second-in-command and also General George S Greene, a Civil War hero of the Battle of Gettysburg.

Most of the sights sit along the Narragansett Bay; so make sure you are in Warwick during the warmer months as it's a bit on the cold side to go exploring during the winter months. For the colonial history buffs, you will find plenty to see. The Warwick Historical Society is in an old house built in 1786 where you can let your mind wander back in time, whilst the Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum is touted as being one of Rhode Island's "hidden treasures". The colonial village areas include: Apponaug Village in Warwick's downtown area, Conimicut Village on West Shore Road that was once a fishing village and the Pawtuxet Village that was a stop on the Underground Railroad for runaway slaves before and during the Civil War years. Today this area is awash in boutique shops and restaurants. You can check out a French chateau of 70 rooms complete with a marble staircase at the Aldrich Mansion, a 6-story clock tower at the Warwick City Hall, the John Waterman Arnold House (circa 1786) with its classic clapboard structure and beehive oven or gawk at a working lighthouse from 1827, the Warwick Neck Lighthouse.

If you want to gaze over some water or throw a line in to try and catch a fish, then head to Salter Grove Memorial Park where you can dump your kayak into the ocean or just sit and watch some swans floating around or the water breaking on the rocks for some quiet contemplation moments.

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