The City of Albion, RI
Albion is a small town in the state of Rhode Island. The largest nearby city to Albion is Boston, approximately 40 miles from the city center.There are several family restaurants in or near Albion, including Eggs Up Family Restaurant, Tuck's Pub, Cumberland House of Pizza, Subway of Cumberland and Bucci's Cafe. For a larger selection of Albion restaurants select our Restaurants tab above. Visitors and residents can enjoy nearby Albion Golf Courses, Museums and/or Arenas, including the Smith-Appleby House, Eleazer Arnold House, Hearthside, Slater Mill and Fairlawn Golf Course. For a more complete list of attractions in or around the city of Albion please click on the Attractions tab above. The following 4 airports are located in or near Albion:
- Boston Logan Intl. Airport (BOS)
- Newport State Airport (NPT)
- Providence T.F. Green Airport (PVD)
- Worcester Regional Airport (ORH)
Albion, Rhode Island Attractions
1#1 Course at Ponkapoag Golf Club - , Canton,
The #1 Course at Ponkapoag Golf Club is a 36 hole public golf course in Norfolk County Massachusetts. Built in 1933, this Canton course designed by Donald Ross is open apr 1 to nov 15. For tee time information call the pro shop at 781-828-4242. The golf course dress code is as follows: No tank tops or cutoffs.
Address: 2167 Washington St, Canton, MA 2021
2Abbotsford (Boston, Massachusetts) - , Roxbury,
Abbotsford, now the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, is a historic house at 300 Walnut Avenue in Boston. The museum is dedicated to black visual arts heritage worldwide, and presents historical and contemporary exhibitions in many media, including painting, sculpture, graphics, photography and decorative arts. The museum is operated by the National Center of Afro-American Artists.
3Abiel Smith School - , Boston,
Abiel Smith School, founded in 1835, is a school located at 46 Joy Street in Boston, Massachusetts, adjacent to the African Meeting House. It is named for Abiel Smith, a white philanthropist who left money in his will to the city of Boston for the education of black children. The city constructed the school building with Smith’s legacy. In 1835, all black children in Boston were assigned to the Smith school, which replaced the basement school in the African Meeting House.
4Adams National Historical Park - , Quincy,
Adams National Historical Park, formerly Adams National Historic Site, in Quincy, Massachusetts, preserves the home of Presidents of the United States John Adams and John Quincy Adams, of U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, Charles Francis Adams, and of the writers and historians Henry Adams and Brooks Adams.
5African Meeting House - , Boston,
The African Meeting House, which is also referred to as First African Baptist Church or Belknap Street Church, was built in 1806 and is now the oldest black church edifice still standing in the US. It is located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts adjacent to the African American Abiel Smith School. It is a National Historic Landmark.
6Agganis Arena - Boston University - , Boston,
Agganis Arena is a 7,200-seat multi-purpose arena in Boston, Massachusetts.
7Armenian Library and Museum of America - , Watertown,
Armenian Library and Museum of America, located in Watertown, Massachusetts, is an institution that has the largest collection of Armenian artifacts in North America.
8Arnold Arboretum - , Harvard University,
The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University is an arboretum located in the Jamaica Plain and Roslindale sections of Boston, Massachusetts. It was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and is the second largest "link" in the Emerald Necklace.
9Artillery Company of Newport - Newport,
The Newport Artillery Company in Newport, Rhode Island was chartered in 1741 by King George II of Britain. The Company served in wars from the French and Indian War to the Spanish American War.
10Babcock Arboretum - , Eastern Nazarene College,
The Eastern Nazarene College is a Christian college of the liberal arts and sciences in Quincy, Massachusetts near Boston, in the New England region of the United States. Known for excellence in science and religion education and for a distinctive liberal arts core curriculum, its academic programs are primarily undergraduate with some professional graduate education offered. The residential campus, in Wollaston Park near Quincy Bay, is served by the Wollaston MBTA station, and was once the summer home of Boston mayor Josiah Quincy, Jr.
Albion, Rhode Island Hotels
1Courtyard By Marriott Providence Lincoln
636 George Washington Hwy
Lincoln, RI 02865
2Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Providence-woonsocket
194 Fortin Drive
Woonsocket, RI 02895
7Super 8 N Attleboro Ma-providence Ri
787 S Washington St Rt 1
North Attleboro, MA 02760
9Holiday Inn Express Providence-north Attleboro
707 S Washington St
North Attleboro, MA 02760
Albion, Rhode Island Restaurants
This is a list of Albion Family Restaurants with addresses and phone numbers, including Pizza Restaurants, Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt Shops and Delicatessens Retail. Happy Dining!
Published September 23, 2012
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Published August 11, 2010
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