Historic Sites

Addresses


Most locations are located at the following (and if not, are noted in the list):
East Greenwich, RI 02818

  • Abraham Greene House
    • 58 Main Street
    • Colonial built in 1770
  • 36 Main Street
    • Greek Revival built in 1830
    • Includes Gift Shop (Robin's Nest)
  • Varnum Armory
    • 6 Main Street
    • Early 20th Century / Medieval built in 1914
  • Post Office
    • 11 Main Street
    • Early 20th Century / Colonial Revival built in 1932
  • Greenwich Odeum
    • 65 Main Street
    • Early 20th Century / Neo-Federal built May 1926
  • W.P. Salisbury House
    • 69 to 75 Main Street
    • Late Victorian Second Empire built circa 1870
  • Spencer House
    • 99 to 101 Main Street
    • Early 20th Century, Colonial Revival built circa 1800
  • Kent County Courthouse / East Greenwich Town Hall
    • 125 Main Street
    • Colonial built 1804
  • Dr. Peter Turner House
    • 21 Courthouse Lane
    • Colonial built in 1774
  • First Baptist Church
    • Corner of Montrose and Peirce Streets
  • Varnum House
    • 57 Peirce Street
    • Colonial built in 1773
  • St. Luke's Church
    • Corner of Church and Peirce Streets
    • Neo-Gothic style built in 1875
  • East Greenwich Free Library
    • 80 Pierce Street
    • Built 1914
  • Kentish Guard Armory
    • 90 Peirce Street
    • Greek Revival, built 1843
  • Samuel Knowles House
    • 100 Peirce Street
    • Greek Revival built in 1850
  • Rose Cottage
    • 112 Peirce Street
    • Mid-Victorian, Italian Villa style built in circa 1850
  • Crandall-Stanley House
    • 162 Peirce Street
    • Late Victorian Italinate Style - built 1873
  • Anjoorian Building
    • 333 Main Street
    • Early 20th Century built 1922
  • Residential House
    • 319 Main Street
    • Early Republican, Greek Revival built in circa 1880
  • Old Baptist Church
    • 301 Main Street
    • Built 1847
  • Brick House
    • 301 Main Street
    • Built in 1767
  • Normandie Rooms
    • 279 to 285 Main Street
    • Late Victorian built circa 1885
  • Old Brown Hotel
    • 252 to 254 Main Street
    • Mid-Victorian Italian Bracketed built 1850
  • Methodist Church
    • 220 Main Street
    • Greek Revival built 1831
  • Greenwich Hotel
    • 162 to 168 Main Street
    • Late Victorian Colonial Revival built 1896
  • Masonic Building
    • 165 to 175 Main Street
    • Late Victorian built 1893
  • Professional Offices
    • 130 Main Street
    • Built circa 1865
  • Browning Block
    • 110 to 112 Main Street
    • Late Victorian built circa 1876
  • East Greenwich Fire Station
    • 262 Main Street
  • Colonel Micah Whitmarsh House
    • 294 Main Street
  • Bay Mill
    • 83 King Street
  • Second Kent County Jail
    • 110 King Street
  • Railroad Bridge
  • Varnum Bailey House
    • 42 King Street
  • Bernet Marvel House
    • 3 Crop Street
  • Baptist Burial Grounds
    • Wine Street
  • Nathaniel Cole House
    • 50 King Street
  • The Pink House
    • 39 King Street
  • Benrett House and Carriage House
    • 32 to 34 King Street
  • Nathan Whiting House
    • 20 King Street
  • Captain Jonathan Salisbury House
    • 19 King Street
  • Miller-Congdon House
    • 20 Division Street
  • Dr. Eldredge House
    • 28 Division Street
  • Allen Fry House
    • 40 Division Street
  • Ichabod Northop House
    • 82 Division Street
  • Windmill Cottage
    • 144 Division Street
  • Burdick-Gould House
    • 80 Rector Street
  • Old Rectory
    • 89 Rector Street
  • Moses Barber House
    • 95 Rector Street
  • First Swedish Church / Boy Scout House
    • 62 Spring Street
  • Residential House
    • 319 Main Street