Historic Open House Tours at Smith-Appleby House Museum
Historical reenactors host open house tours of daily living in the 18th century.
The Smith-Appleby House was built circa 1696 as a one-room stone-ender by Elisha Smith, a grandson of John Smith “The Miller" — one of Roger Williams' party who left the Mass. Bay Colony to settle Providence. Later generations expanded the House to 12 rooms.
Come learn the 317-year history of the Home, view demonstrations, examine period furnishings, clothing, and household items, and sample hearth-baked goods.
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220 Stillwater Rd.
Smithfield, RI 02917