Providence Children’s Museum introduces a playfully reimagined
Coming to Rhode Island exhibit in November!

  • Navigate a newly transformed “time tunnel” to embark on a time-traveling adventure through the exhibit’s story galleries.
  • Explore an imaginative interactive environment highlighting the story of an Irish immigrant who worked on the construction of Fort Adams.
  • And discover a reinvented “Story Center” with an array of intriguing hands-on activities that explore culture and diversity.

Visit the Museum’s blog for stories and photos of reinventing Coming to Rhode Island.

Coming to Rhode Island is supported by The Children's Workshop Foundation; CollegeBound Saver; June Rockwell Levy Foundation; Murray Family Charitable Foundation; The Providence Journal Charitable Legacy Fund; Rhode Island Council for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities; The Ryan Family Foundation; and Nancy Smith Worthen, in memory of Margaret L. Worthen (as of October 11). The Irish gallery was developed in collaboration with The Museum of Newport Irish History and the Fort Adams Trust.

Other Exhibits:

Play Power | Water Ways | The Children's Garden | The Climber | Underland
Strings Attached | Littlewoods | ThinkSpace | Iway