PLAN YOUR VISIT

 
Assistant Director Silvermoon LaRose with son at museum entrance

Assistant Director Silvermoon LaRose with son at museum entrance

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ADMISSION


$6.00   Adults

$5.00   Elders/ College Students

$3.00   Children (5 & Under Free)

We are a Blue Star Museum! Show your military ID for FREE admission for Military Families Memorial Day thru Labor Day.  

 

MUSEUM HOURS 


Wednesdays   10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturdays       10:00 am - 2:00 pm

 

Group Tours & Specialty Programs By Appointment       6 Days a Week.

Booking Year Round! Call (401) 491-9063 or email slarose@tomaquagmuseum.org

Contact Us


Please call (401) 491-9063 in advance to arrange for a group tour or to inquire about holiday hours. Scholars are welcome by advance appointment. Tomaquag Museum is a non-profit, tax exempt educational organization.  Tomaquag Museum does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, color, religion, disability, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, admissions and hiring policies.

Tomaquag Museum

390 A Summit Road, Exeter, RI, 02822
Phone/fax: (401) 491-9063
Slarose@tomaquagmuseum.org


Directions to our museum

“A beautiful scenic ride to Tomaquag Museum, which is nestled in Arcadia Village in Rhode Island .

Relax by our Roaring Brook and absorb nature’s beauty.”

From the North

1.) Take I-95 South towards Providence Rhode Island.

2.) Merge onto RI-102 south via exit Number 5A towards Exeter/RI-165/Arcadia/Beach Pond.

3.) Stay straight onto RI-3/Nooseneck Hill Road.

4.) Turn Right onto RI-165/Ten Rod Road.

5.) Take a left onto Arcadia Road, and go approximately 3 miles until you reach a stop sign.

6.) Turn Right onto Summit Road and follow over a small bridge.

7.) When you see two stone pillars, turn right up the driveway to the Museum or if lot is full, go to next drive on right and park in our lower lot. (All busses and other large vehicles please park in our lower lot) 

        

        (Note: there are small signs along the route to help guide you)

 


 

From The South

    1.) Take I-95 North to RI-138 West via exit 3B toward Wyoming/Hope Valley.

    2.) Stay straight through the first stop light. (You will pass a shopping area and the Richmond Police Station)

    3.) Turn Right onto Bridge street, and go over the dam.

         ( You will see a white and blue RI-DOT sign on the corner.)

    4.) Bear right at the fork onto Arcadia Road.

         (The Rhode Island Dept of Transportation center will be on your left)

    5.) Follow Arcadia road approximately 4 miles

         (pass a bridge over a small dam and the Arcadia Forestry Station) 

    6.) Go straight through Summit road intersection (RI Fish Hatchery will be on the right)

    7.) Turn Right onto Summit road and follow over a small bridge.

    8.) When you see two stone pillars, turn right up the driveway to the Museum or if lot is full, go to next drive on right and park in our lower lot. (All busses and other large vehicles please park in our lower lot) 

 

(Note: there are small signs along the route to help guide you)

 


 

From I-395, Connecticut

 

    1.) Take I-395 South to CT-138 East via exit number 85 towards Rhode Island.

    2.) Turn Left onto CT-165/Beach Pond road and follow approximately 7 miles

         across the Rhode Island state line. (recommend below directions, however, a GPS will state to take a right onto Summit Road/Baldhill Road. But be aware, this is a long dirt road. Feel free to be adventurous-we are on this road, but on tarred side.)  

    3.) Turn right onto Arcadia Road.

    4.) Turn right onto Summit Road and follow over a small bridge.

    5.) When you see two stone pillars, turn right up the driveway to the Museum or if lot is full, go to next drive on right and park in our lower lot. (All busses and other large vehicles please park in our lower lot) 

 


 

Using a GPS device:

 

    Simply enter our address as follows:

Tomaquag Museum

390 Summit Road

Exeter, Rhode Island, 02822

 

Note: Some GPS devices may state to take a right/left onto Summit Road/Baldhill Road, rather than taking Arcadia Road. But be aware, this is a long dirt road. Feel free to be adventurous-we are on this road, but on tarred side.)