Historic Sites & Buildings

Historic Sites in Southern New England ADAMSVILLE

Gray’s General Store (C-3)

Historic General Store
Main Street, Adamsville, RI.
Tel: 401-635-4566


Chace Cory House


Fort Barton (B1)

Earth mounds of Revolutionary War Fort
with observation tower.

343 Highland Road opposite Town Hall,
Tiverton, RI


Friends Meeting House

The Wilbor House (A-4)

Historic c.1690 home and museum; headquarters of Little Compton Historic Society. 
Open late June thru late September, Thurs-Mon 2-5 or by appointment.
548 West Main Rd. (Rt 77), Little Compton, RI
Tel. 401-635-4035
Web site: www.littlecompton.org

Wilbur’s Store (B-3)

Historic General Store
50 Commons, Little Compton, RI.
Tel: 401-635-2356


Gray’s Grist Mill (C-3)

Historic Grist Mill still used as working mill to grind corn for famous Jonnycake Meal.
Tues.-Sun. 12-4 . 

638 Adamsville Rd., Westport, MA.
Tel: (508) 636-6075
Web site: www.graysgristmill.com

Historical Societies


Tiverton Historical Society



Little Compton Historical Society

Web site: www.littlecompton.org


Westport Historical Society

Founded in 1965 and dedicated to preserving the history of Westport and making that history
known to Westport citizens.
Hours: Monday and Wednesday 9 – 3
25 Drift Rd. (Head of Westport) P. O. Box N188 Westport MA 02790
Tel. 508-636-6011
Web site: www.wpthistory.org


Apponogansett Meeting House


Dartmouth Heritage Preservation Trust


Old Dartmouth Historical Society


The Whaling Museum (G-3)

Museum of Early Dartmouth, Westport and New Bedford history. Artifacts, paintings
and 1/2 scale model of a whaling ship.

18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford, MA
Tel. 508-997-0046
Web site: www.whalingmuseum.org