This recognizable replica façade of the first French language Catholic Church in Woonsocket is home to our 20 minute introductory video.
Playing host to original textile machinery this reproduction is typical of a Woonsocket mill floor.Claim This OpportunityClaim This Opportunity
This replica parochial school classroom is very popular amongst our younger visitors and uses audio and interactives to explain the Sentinelle Affair.
Home to the restored 40 - 8 boxcar sent to Rhode Island by France in 1949 as part of the Merci Train appreciation program this room contains artifacts and information on Woonsocket during World War II.Claim This OpportunityClaim This Opportunity
This multimedia exhibit contains an interactive touch table map exploring the development of mills in Woonsocket throughout history. It’s also home to our Mill Memory Bank where biographical information on local mill workers is collected and displayed.
Our most recent installment, this interactive touch screen exhibit takes the visitor on a journey along the Blackstone River through time, exploring the changes in Community, Industry and nature of the Blackstone Valley.Claim This OpportunityClaim This Opportunity
Typical of urban housing in the Blackstone Valley, this replica Triple Decker apartment building uses audio to showcase 19th century changes in technology, housing and community.
This replica 1870s Quebecois Farmhouse is the place where both the museum tours and our story begin.Claim This Opportunity