For $2 you can take a self-guided tour of this church, built in 1775. Learn how the church shaped the community and how Roger Williams's policy on freedom of religion allowed for the creation of new religious ideas. Inside you will see portraits and artifacts of past ministers and other prominent church members. The chapel is simple, yet elegantly beautiful. It's incredible that the building has survived the Revolutionary War, hurricanes and modern improvement. It's a real piece of Rhode Island history and well worth a look no matter your religious affiliation (or lack thereof).
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