Fall River

Fall River is a city bordered by the sparkling sea with immediate access to I-195 for direct travel to Providence. Once known as the country’s leading textile manufacturing center, the city today offers trending restaurants and thriving business leaders. Its array of museums and venues, such as The Narrows Center for the Arts and Fall River Heritage State Park, host to artisan fairs and concerts, lends a fabulous feeling of culture and community.

The city’s historic charm is furthered by Battleship Cove, a nonprofit war memorial and museum that is home to the world’s largest collection of World War II naval vessels. Stunning ocean vistas, sloping hillsides, and beautiful cityscapes create a pleasing backdrop for the city’s classic architecture.

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