Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau

Family Fun

Alex and Ani City Center lets families take to the ice in the heart of the city. The Center boasts 14,000 square feet of ice, more than double the size of Rockefeller Center's rink in New York. Skating lessons are also available. Learn More ›

The Pawtucket Red Sox, in the neighboring city of Pawtucket, is a great place to see baseball the way it should be played - by eager young talents in a small gem of a ballpark. Learn More ›

The Providence Bruins are the American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate for the Boston Bruins. A team filled with the hockey stars of tomorrow, the P-Bruins' home ice is at Providence's Dunkin' Donuts Center, affectionately known as "The Dunk" to locals. Learn More ›

The Providence Children's Museum presents hands-on exhibit areas and lively programs designed for children ages 1 to 11 that explore the arts, culture, history and science. The museum offers exhibits and programs that are based on the developmental needs of children and embrace a wide range of learning styles and forms of expression. Learn More ›

The RISD Museum houses more than 91,000 works of art, ranging from ancient Greek and Roman sculpture to contemporary art in every medium, including textiles, ceramics, glass and furniture. Part of the Rhode Island School of Design, the museum offers a full schedule of special exhibitions, lectures, tours, concerts and other programs. Learn More ›

The Roger Williams Park Zoo is the third oldest zoo in the country (since 1872). The zoo's population numbers nearly 1,000 animals, with some 165 species on display at any given time, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and insects. Learn More ›

WaterFire Providence is a series of bonfires installed on the three rivers of downtown Providence. The event occurs several times a month from May to November and has become a "must see" for visitors to the city. Learn More ›