A must-visit place in the city is the Museum of Work and Culture which features the rich history of the town and various industries that were responsible for it urbanization. It also has exhibits that showcase the chronicle of the French-Canadian immigrants.
Lt. Georges Dubois Veterans Museum displays information about the city’s veterans.
A play at The Stadium Theater can transport you in the 1920’s era. The city is well-known for hosting ... More vibrant festivals like Autumfest and Riverfest. The autumfest was originated 28 years ago to celebrate and showcase the city’s rich cultural history. Various attractions in craft and arts, musical entertainment and local cuisine are all displayed at various stands.
Riverfest is essentially a kayak and canoe race that is held from the River Island Park to the Manville Dam.
River Island Park has an Ice Skating Rink.
Due to its location on River Blackstone, the textile industry in this city flourished considerably well, and since the nineteenth century, Woonsocket has primarily been an industrial city.
The Blizzard of 1978, violent storms accompanied by heavy snowfall, was a nightmare in the history ... More of Woonsocket. It caused widespread loss of life and property, and the city was buried under 54 inches of snow.
The city enjoys a pleasant climate all through the year. The maximum average summer temperature is approximately 27°C, and the maximum average winter temperature is nearly 4°C.
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