Liberty of Conscience
Roger Williams National Memorial commemorates the life of the founder of Rhode Island and a champion of the ideal of religious freedom. Williams, banished from Massachusetts for his beliefs, founded Providence in 1636. This colony served as a refuge where all could come to worship as their conscience dictated without interference from the state.Read More
Speakers' Corner Youth Project
Click the link below and watch local teens embrace their collective history while taking an active role in improving their communityRead More
My Smith Hill
Take a tour of nearby historic Smith Hill with participants in the Memorial's 2011 summer Youth Partnership Program.Read More
Kids Online Park Tour
Hey Kids! There's lots for you to do at Roger Williams National Memorial. Take a tour with Li'l Chap and learn how to be a Junior Ranger.Read More
Online Lesson Plans
The Roger Williams National Memorial is excited to present four on-line lesson plans. Download them here for free.Read More
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are Very Important People, (VIPs)! We need your skills and expertise in order to achieve our mission.Read More
Places in the Park
The 4.5 acre Memorial includes native and colonial gardens, manicured grounds, and a 19th century structure that serves as the park visitor center.Read More
Did You Know?
Did you know that Rhode Island is roughly the same size as Yosemite National Park in California? It really is the smallest state in the union! More...