Fees & Reservations
No admission fees are charged to visit the Heritage Corridor or to attend most of the regular programs. However, many of our partner non-profit historical and environment sites do charge admission or accept donations for special events and programs. For more information about the fees charged by our partner sites, please see their individual information.
Did You Know?
The classic American Diner is another Blackstone Valley innovation. In 1872, Walter Scott began selling food from a horse drawn covered wagon in Providence, RI. In 1887, the first diner manufacturer opened in Worcester, MA.