10 Things to do during Spring Vacation Week

[ 0 ] April 16, 2015 |

Looking for some fun and interesting things to do during the upcoming vacation week? Check out the following ideas: From furry animals, seals and bluebells to mud, masks and tree canopy walks – there is plenty to do in our local area to keep even the busiest of littles happy.


1. Explore the bluebell woods at Swan Point Cemetery.

2. Make Tin-Can Stilts using old tomato cans and clothes line.


3. Visit the amazing and whimsical Fairy Gardens at Roger Williams Botanical Gardens.

4. Search for treasures at Third Beach, Middletown – one of the best sea glass beaches in RI.


5. Head North and visit the Ecotarium in Worcester. Check out the treetop canopy walk and get half price admission on Earth Day (24th April).


6. Check out some library passes from your local library for free or discounted entry to many local museums, art galleries and aquariums.

7. Meet Furry Farm Friends at Providence Children’s Museum on 24th April. Animals include a soft sheep, llama, goat and rabbits.

8. Make mud pies. Use shells, sticks and stones to decorate your pies.


9. Visit beautiful Rome Point, North Kingstown to go seal watching. Lots of seals have been seen recently and it is an easy stroll for all ages.

10. Create cardboard masks out of old boxes. Perform a show for your friends and family.

Photo Credits: Bluebells: Suzanne Cadge, Stilts: Sabrina Helas, Seaglass: Pinterest, Tree Canopy: Ecotarium, Mud Pie: Handsonaswegrow, Masks: Ikatbag.


Category: activities: indoor, activities: outdoor, art, crafts, free / cheap, local ri area, museums, nature places, nature/science, places to go, play, Providence Children's Museum, rhode trip, seasonal, special events

Suzanne Cadge

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Suzanne is a British expat living in an old beach house in Barrington, RI. Along with her husband, two daughters, Chloe (5) and Tilly (3mths) and two very silly Springer Spaniels, they can be found most days roaming local beaches and woods searching for treasures. She owns Fitness in the Park, a post-natal fitness program for local parents and their children. She really believes that moving your body, in whatever shape or form, makes the world a better place. Suzanne is a vegetarian, kettle-bell lifting, work-from-home Mom who dreams of balancing it all, traveling afar and having a full time cleaner.

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