42 S Main St., Woonsocket

Visit for Two, Four, or Six to the Museum of Work and Culture (Up to 54% Off)

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Highlights

Nine walk-through exhibits share the stories of the immigrants who traveled to Rhode Island in the late 19th century in search of prosperity

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Barbra
7 ratings3 reviews
March 5, 2020
So interesting!!
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SusanneTOP REVIEWER
40 ratings23 reviews
January 18, 2020
Grandkids liked it
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richardTOP REVIEWER
10 ratings6 reviews
January 17, 2020
Interesting! Small museum. Lots of reading.
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rachel
2 ratings2 reviews
January 4, 2020
interesting to see how the city progressed
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ThomasTOP REVIEWER
26 ratings25 reviews
December 28, 2019
This is a very educational museum of local history.
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Rita
4 ratings3 reviews
October 27, 2019
A really appreciative experience! If you appreciate history in your own back yard, this is the place to go!!!
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CathyTOP REVIEWER
27 ratings9 reviews
September 27, 2019
Great learning experience.
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Chan
5 ratings3 reviews
August 3, 2019
Great experience!
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About This Deal

Choose from Three Options

  • $8.49 for general admission for two ($16 value)
  • $15.29 for general admission for four ($32 value)
  • $22 for general admission for six ($48 value)

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Museum of Work and Culture

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, immigrants flocked to Rhode Island in search of work and prosperity within the state's mill towns. Their labors—both on and off the factory floor—helped define the culture of the Blackstone Valley. Today, the Museum of Work and Culture preserves their stories for future generations.

  • Size: nine walk-through exhibits peppered with media presentations and displays of historic photographs
  • Eye Catcher: a 19th-century farmhouse that depicts the unsustainable nature of life in rural Québec
  • Permanent Exhibits: the School Room, Triple Decker, Going to Work, ITU Hall, and the Mill Floor, which shows how textile workers labored in factories during the early 20th century
  • Visiting Exhibit: the locally shot Half Pint, a film that educates children about D-Day
  • Don't Miss: the Treasury of Life, a giant bank vault where safe deposit boxes hold photographs and family heirlooms accessible only by authorized family members