Cumberland Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Cumberland; our list of the best things to see, including The Sandra Feinstein GAMM Theater, Hearthside House and Angelo’s Pizza.
  • The best place in Cumberland: The Sandra Feinstein GAMM Theater

    The Sandra Feinstein GAMM Theater

    Pawtucket
    [11].
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  • Hearthside House

    Hearthside House

    677 Great Road
    Open for special events and tours. One of the finest examples of early nineteenth century Federal-style houses in Rhode Island.
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  • Angelo’s Pizza

    Angelo’s Pizza

    133 Mendon Road
    M-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11PM-12AM, Su 12PM-10PM. Not just a great place for pizza, has other Italian foods, even full meals! Angelo’s Pizza also has outdoor tables for eating in nice weather. Has a detailed website that shows its menu, and also offers catering. While it has these restaurant attributes one can still order pizza, on the phone or online.
  • Davenport's

    Davenport's

    1070 Mendon Road
    Su-Th 11AM-10PM, Friday and Sa 11AM-11:30PM. Davenport's restaurant is well-known in Cumberland for its fabulous meals! From fish and chips to bacon cheeseburgers, Davenport's menu offers something for everyone. They provide friendly and quick service to customers and you are able to make reservations. By clicking on the link, you can view their great menu. All in all, Davenport's is highly recommended by many of Cumberland's residents!
  • Cumberland Public Library & Monastery

    1464 Diamond Hill Road
    M-Th 9AM-8PM, F-Sa 9AM-5PM after Labor Day-June, Sa 9AM-1PM July & August, closed Sundays. The Cumberland Public Library was a originally built in 1900 for a congregation of monks. A fire destroyed the buildings in 1950 and it has been reconstructed into a beautiful place ever since. The monastery that surrounds the library provides long walking paths for exercising or taking strolls with your pets. There is also a large playground located on the right-hand side once you enter the grounds that is perfect for children. The librarians are very helpful and the building is designed conveniently for anyone looking for a movie or book. This sight is extremely popular for people of all ages and is a great place for relaxation.
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  • The Sandra Feinstein Gamm Theatre

    172 Exchange Street
    Tickets vary in price according to day. Regular tickets range from $24-$32 and the Gamm offers senior, student, subscriber, senior subscriber and group discounts as well.. Moved from their previous 75-seat Providence location in 2003, the Gamm Theatre opened in the renovated Pawtucket Armory, a building listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is among the leading pioneers for the increasing arts in Pawtucket. In their 24th season, The Gamm productions located in the Armory offer an intimate viewing experience with only 135 seats.
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  • Slater Mill Historic Site

    67 Roosevelt Avenue Pawtucket
    A museum that houses the first operating cotton mill in the country.
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  • Blackstone River Theatre

    549 Broad Street
    The A cultural arts center where the music, dance and folk arts traditions of the Blackstone River Valley come to life. BRT presents weekly acoustic-based music concerts with an emphasis on the ethnic groups that settled in the Blackstone River Valley, monthly folk dances and children's events, as well as special events on a year-round basis.
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  • The King’s Feast

    Pawtucket
  • Eleazer Arnold House

    487 Great Road
    Open fourth Saturday of each month.. A 17th century “stone-ender”, a once common building type with roots found in the western part of England.
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  • The Community Players of Rhode Island

    Jenks Junior High School 350 Division Street.
    The cost for adults is $18 for musicals and $15 for plays, and for children through grade 12, the cost is $15 for musicals and $12 for plays.. The Community Players are the oldest established community theater troupe in Rhode Island. Currently in their 88th season, the players perform 4 shows (usually two plays and two musicals) that run during the year.
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  • Rock Spot Climbing

    100 Higginson Ave
    Open daily 10:00am-12:00am.. Indoor climbing for all ages and levels.
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  • Community Players

    Pawtucket
  • Blackstone Valley Polar Express

    Ann and Hope Way
    A live story presentation of “The Polar Express,” based on the children’s book by noted Rhode Island author Chris van Allsburg. This family fun train trip aboard the Providence and Worcester railroad includes costumed characters, songs, entertainment, a souvenir mug, hot chocolate, cookies and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus.
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  • Pawtucket Red Sox at McCoy Stadium

    1 Ben Mondor Way
    Tickets for games are $10 for Box Seats and $6 for General Admission.. Built in 1942 the Thomas P. McCoy Stadium is the home of the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox, a minor league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. McCoy Stadium was host to the longest game in baseball history, which lasted 33 innings played for 8 hours over the course of two days in 1981.
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  • J Gray's Family Tavern

    J Gray's Family Tavern

    405 Mendon Rd.
    Check out www.JGraysTavern.com for more info.
  • Lodge Pub & Eatery

    Lodge Pub & Eatery

    40 Breakneck Hill Rd
    Since the beginning, our priorities have been delicious homemade food, served by a terrific staff, in a fun, comfortable rustic atmosphere.
  • Murphy's Law

    Murphy's Law

    2 George St
    Murphy's Law Irish Pub & Restaurant is your premium Irish Sport Pub focused on great food, drink & atmosphere. With 21 High Def Flat Screen TV's, 50 Taps including 5 Pour Your Own Pint Tables!
  • NogFest

    Salter Memorial Park
    $5 to watch or drink. An annual eggnog drinking contest, the first Saturday night after Christmas, sponsored by Sound and Fury Productions. Each year, the money raised at Nogfest is donated to The Tomorrow Fund. In 2009 $1,200 was raised for the organization, that helps young children with cancer. In 2010, the event attendance more than doubles and raised $2,400.
  • Good Times Pub

    1666 Diamond Hill Road
    M-Tu 4PM-9PM, W-Th 11:30AM-9PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-10PM, Su 9AM-9PM. Pub open until 1AM every day.. A cute little restaurant and bar, Good Times Pub is another popular place to eat or have a drink in Cumberland. The friendly staff of waiters, waitresses, and bartenders make for a pleasant experience and a tasty meal!
  • Jackie’s Galaxie

    1764 Mendon Road
    Monday-Thursday 11:30AM-10:30PM, Friday-Saturday 11:30AM-11PM. A quiet restaurant that serves Thai, Chinese and sushi. Somewhat pricier than other Asian fusion restaurants but has great selection and a bar. Right off of I-295, this can be a good dining experience for any travelers going by. Jackie’s Galaxie’s menu can be viewed from the website. Offers take-out but not delivery.
  • Sakis Pizzeria & Grill

    2275 Diamond Hill Road
    Sakis also has excellent pizza as well as many other choices such as salads and subs. They always have great service and everyone working there is extremely friendly! It is a definitely a place to go for awesome pizza and subs.
  • J Gray’s Family Tavern

    405 Mendon Road
    M-Sa 11AM-1AM, Su 12PM-1AM. A restaurant and tavern that’s for the whole family. Has a dining room, a lounge and bar. Known for having a friendly atmosphere and good service. Has TVs, free Wi-Fi service and has live music every Saturday night, from 9PM to midnight. Friday specials are Rhode Island favorites such as fish and chips and clam cakes and chowder.
  • Round House Tavern

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  • Slater Mill Historic Site

    Slater Mill Historic Site

    67 Roosevelt Ave
    A National Historic Landmark, the Slater Mill is located next to the Blackstone River in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Modeled after cotton spinning mills first established in England, the Slater Mill is the first water-powered cotton spinning mill in North America to utilize the Arkwright system of cotton spinning as developed by Richard Arkwright. Samuel Slater, the mill's founder, apprenticed as a young man in Belper, England with industrialist Jedediah Strutt. Shortly after immigrating to the United States, Slater was hired by Moses Brown of Providence, Rhode Island to produce a working set of machines necessary to spin cotton yarn using water-power. Construction of the machines, as well as a dam, waterway, waterwheel and mill was completed in 1793. Manufacturing was based on Richard Arkwright's cotton spinning system which included carding, drawing, and spinning machines. Slater initially hired children and families to work in his mill, establishing a pattern that was replicated throughout the Blackstone Valley and known as the "Rhode Island System". It was later eclipsed by Francis Cabot Lowell's Waltham System.
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  • Royal Panda

    356 Mendon Rd
    M-Sa 11:30AM-1AM, Su noon-1AM. Great Chinese food open late and excellent service. You are able to walk in and order or order over the phone. They have a friendly staff as well.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Cumberland uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.