Watson Farm open free on June 1
Watson Farm will be one of four historic sites open to the public on Saturday, June 1, as part of a Historic New England event.
From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., all four Historic New England historic properties in Rhode Island are open for free tours and more.
Enjoy a taste of Rhode Island history by visiting a 17th century stone-ender, flying a kite at a coastal farm, shopping at an organic farmer’s market, and exploring walking trails to the Narragansett Bay. At Watson Farm, fly a kite or follow the self-guided tour of the farm trails. Kite flying starts at 1 p.m. so grab a kite, bring a picnic, and enjoy breathtaking views of Narragansett Bay. This program is in partnership with Rhody Ramble. Visit RhodyRamble.org for more information on other family- friendly events and programs.
In addition to Watson Farm, visit Arnold House at 487 Great Rd. in Lincoln; Casey Farm at 2325 Boston Neck Rd., in Saunderstown; and the Clemence-Irons House at 38 George Waterman Rd. in Johnston.
Call 728-9696 or visit www.HistoricNewEngland.org for more information.