Once a famed summer resort for the wealthy, Narragansett's seven beaches continue to attract thousands of vacationers each year. Bridging Ocean Rd at Narragansett Pier is "The Towers", stone remains of the 19th century Narragansett Casino which is reminiscent of the Gilded Age.
- One of New England largest fleets hails from the harbor of Galilee where you can enjoy fresh, off the boat seafood.
- The South County Museum features many articles of early american life and industry.
- A drive along Ocean Rd offers views of the Atlantic Ocean and of many Victorian Homes showing off their architectural beauty.
- The Point Judith Lighthouse, which has been in operation since the early 1800s, is located at the southern tip of Narragansett.
- Fishing charters and whale watching cruises are another wonderful summer experience.
- Don't forget to visit Narragansett's many unique shops and restaurants and relax in the evening at the gazebo for concerts on the green or on the beach.
- The annual Blessing of the Fleet and road race is a colorful event that should not be missed.
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