Things To Do In Warwick

Up to 57% Off All-Day Play at Kidz Kastle

Kidz Kastle

Warwick

$55 $27

Indoor playground tuckers children out with routinely cleaned toys, foosball and air-hockey tables, pirate ship, and bounce slide

Bring Your Own Improv – Up to 59% Off

Bring Your Own Improv

Warwick Museum of Art

$14 $7

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Family-friendly show brings audience volunteers onstage to improvise alongside regular cast

Up to 56% Off Fitness Classes and Gym Access

Evolutionary Sports

Warwick

$100 $45

Full schedules of group fitness classes include karate, cross training, kickboxing, and more

Up to 62% Off Fitness Classes

Fitness Adventure

Warwick

$50 $19

Fitness Adventure offers classes such as power yoga, cardio kickboxing, weight training, and outdoor boot camp

50% Off Elite Football School

Elite Football School

Warwick

$199 $99

Supportive coaches challenge players in 6th–12th grade during one-week football camp

Up to 88% Off Dance Lesson Packages

Fred Astaire Dance Studio

Warwick

$125 $15

Cofounded by Fred Astaire, the studio trains students with a curriculum that breaks social dances down into easily combined components

Up to 54% Off Yoga Classes

West Shore Wellness

Warwick

$60 $30

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Instructors guide students of all ability levels through standing and seated poses that increase strength and flexibility

Up to 51% Off at State of the Arts Karate and Wellness Center

State of the Arts Karate and Wellness Center

Warwick

$50 $25

Instructors lead children and adults in kickboxing techniques, while also instilling values such as respect and self-confidence

Up to 75% Off Fitness Classes

RBF Fitness and Nutrition

Inside Unleashed

$75 $19

Kickboxing classes burn calories and tone muscles; intense boot-camp classes incorporate rope climbs and tractor tires

Up to 80% Off Kickboxing Classes

GoForItKickboxing.com

Multiple Locations

$75 $19.99

Classes combine kickboxing exercises with high-intensity interval training to help clients burn calories and lose weight

Up to 62% Off at Al Vallante Golf School

Al Vallante Golf School

Harbor Lights

$100 $45

PGA professional helps students learn a proper swing that suits their body type, ability, and goals

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For James and Heather Dean, archery is more than just a sport; it’s a lifetime commitment. The husband-and-wife duo first started collecting bull's-eyes in 1967 and became members of the National Field Archery Association (NFAA) two years later. Finally, in 1981, the Deans opened their very own archery lanes and pro shop.

Since venturing into the archery business, James and Heather have conducted numerous tournaments and leagues, and their teachings have helped produce several championship archers. Currently, the pair shares its wealth of knowledge at Tangy's Indoor Archery Lanes, a facility stocked with 26 different targets. It also houses a 3D, forest-themed shooting range, where hunters weave through outdoor scenes to sling arrows at animal targets and runaway Winnebagos.

200 Bald Hill Rd
Warwick,
RI
US

The professionally trained fencing instructors at Rhode Island Fencing Academy & Club seek to develop their students' mind, body, and character through participation in the centuries-old sport. During the academy's classes, students of any skill level may choose to learn on all three Olympic weapons: foil, sabre, and épée. The one-hour sessions generally last for six weeks and each builds on prior material to help students improve their skills on the strip. Two meetings are composed entirely of competition with fellow classmates, allowing students to show off their newfound skills, and the last session is a class tournament.

Rhode Island Fencing Academy & Club, which originally operated as a two-location enterprise, consolidated into one 12,000-square-foot full-time professional fencing studio in March of 2012. The air-conditioned facility features 15 electric strips and zero chandeliers from which swashbuckling fencers may swing. Though the sport finds its roots in the practice of sword fighting, modern fencing is much safer, and the academy has advanced equipment and instructors that hold CPR certification just in case.

2800 Post Rd
Warwick,
RI
US

The Rhode Island Duckpin Bowlers Association strives to keep its namesake sport alive by hosting duckpin-bowling tournaments at six local alleys. The game cropped up in a Baltimore bowling alley in the summer of 1900, when most ten-pin alleys were closed for warm months to avoid excessive sweating in rental shoes. But at Diamond Alleys, athletes hurled balls through the heat but opted for 6-inch spheres and pins of a diminutive stature. After observing pins that scattered like a flock of ducks, the owners of the lanes dubbed the modified game duckpin bowling. Besides granting players three rolls per turn, duckpin bowling adhered to all traditional rules and grew in popularity until it peaked in 1967, the year inertia was exposed as a myth. Today, the Rhode Island Duckpin Bowlers Association keeps the pastime alive at spots including the Bowling Academy, a historical gem in its own right as the test site of the first automatic duckpin pinsetters.

2530 Warwick Avenue
Warwick,
RI
US

Amidst cocktails and dancing, 35 to 40 students of all skill sets recreate classic works of art within hours at Drink and Dabble under the tutelage of comedian and RISD graduate Charlie Hall. He supplies classes with artistic gear including a blank 16" x 20" stretched canvas, water-based acrylics, and aprons that protect outfits from paint more effectively than showering in paint-thinner. Charlie selects the evening’s canvas from famous artworks including Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night,” though students can opt to try their own painting instead. He guides his class through every layer step-by-step, circling the room to dispense individual tips. During short breaks, he and his students eat, drink, and make merry along to a soundtrack of party tunes. By class’ end, the acrylics dry into a new version of a priceless canvas that you can take home.

1149 Division Street
Warwick,
Rhode Island
US

Established: 1981
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30–60 minutes
Brands Used: Title Boxing, Otomix active wear, Asian world of martial arts
Pro Tip: Wear something that is comfortable; classes include stretching, punching, and kicking techniques.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Fat-burning kickboxing classes
Recommended Age Group: Adults

1160 Bald Hill Road
Warwick,
RI
US

Planet Fitness' massive, brightly colored edifice teems with aerobic, strength-training, tanning, and massage options, tailored to suit burgeoning buffs of all ages and abilities. A two-month Black Card membership (a $39.98 value) with enrollment fee included (a $99 value) offers exercisers a wide range of Planet's benefits, including access to an extensive fleet of cardio equipment, strength-training equipment, and free weights, which move unhindered by large machines or political censorship. Tan-seekers can bask in the unlimited artificial sunshine of the gym's tanning booths, and an army of shiatsu massage chairs stands at the ready, twiddling soothing robot thumbs and waiting to coax tension from tired tendons.

105 Pace Blvd
Warwick,
RI
US