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Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Rhode Island
While in Rhode Island, you might enjoy a visit to:
The pioneering 19th century English nurse is always depicted in her nurse cap. In any other state, this minor artifact would be buried in the tourist attraction pile. Not in Rhode Island!
Had this famous chicken been born only a few hundred feet east, it would have been the Massachusetts Red.
Juliett 484, at the Russian Sub Museum, had nuclear cruise missiles and was the star of the otherwise forgotten "K-19: The Widowmaker." Its days as a tourist attraction ended on April 18, 2007, when it sank.
An over-ornamental design made this slab a sensation among the dour Puritans. It's in corner of the historical society museum in Bristol's old jail.
One of five known survivors out of an original 37 artist-modified statues. Mr PH is the "official family-travel ambassador" of Rhode Island.
A bit worn, one of five known survivors out of an original 37 artist-modified fiberglass statues of the iconic toy made by RI's Hasbro. Mr PH is the "official family-travel ambassador" of Rhode Island.
A carnivorous tree digested the decomposing carcass of the founder of Rhode Island -- and its hungry root is on display!
This large, grimacing, half-human bee in a sailor's cap is ready to sting America's foes.
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