The Maxwell House 59 Church St, Warren, RI02885 The Maxwell House is home to the Massasoit Historical Association. It hosts monthly meetings, which are open to all…More members, as well as other educational activities and events.
Right in the center of town, on the corner of State Street and Hope Street sits this charming, huge, and beautiful…More white house from the 1700's. The Inn was restored to its original beauty in 1994 and the Bradfor-Dimon-Norris House Bed & Breakfast is a testament to the charm of the post-colonial era.
From four poster beds to the collection of antiques, paintings, and furniture, being here feels like you have taken a step back in time. Each of the four guest rooms has individually controlled air conditioning, a private modern bathroom, and each can be opened to accommodate a third guest. Staying here feels like you are staying someone's old stately home. Breakfast is served daily.
Hotel is Non-Smoking. It also includes: Coffee/Tea Services, Tray-in-Bed service, Secured Parking, Baggage storage facilities and a beautiful Terrace.
The Bead House is located in historic Bristol. The store, founded in 2004, exists in a fully restored home that…More was built in 1840. The shop carries beads of all shapes and sizes for a variety of crafting needs.
Guests can search the thousands of sterling silver beads, Czech glass, gemstones, pearls, Swarovski crystals, Bali silver, sterling silver and gold-filled components and findings, Miyuki seed beads, copper, ceramic, wood and supplies. The Bead House also offers classes for any skill level to learn the art of bead stringing, wire work, precious metal clay (PMC), BronzClay, polymer clay, enameling, metalsmithing and jewelry making. Guests are also provided with a beading room where they can come to create crafts on-site.
The Rhode Island Credit Union was founded in the fall of 1946 by a small group of state employees who decided to use…More their personal resources to help a fellow employee who needed money for his wife's hospital bills. A business that once operated out of a desk drawer in a small room in the Rhode Island State House is today a five branch credit union serving Providence, Cranston, Bristol, Pascoag and Kingston.
Rhode Island Credit Union is a community credit union, meaning membership is open to anyone who lives or works in Rhode Island. Rhode Island Credit Union has a wide range of money saving products and services such as savings and checking accounts, consumer loans, home equity and mortgages and more. An ATM is located inside the door.