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Things to see in Coventry (Rhode Island), United States
When planning a trip to Coventry, Rhode Island, visitors will find plenty of things to see and do. For starters, the city is home to the highly acclaimed Coventry Historical Society Museum. The museum has a wide variety of exhibits covering everything from local history to Victorian fashion. Additionally, Coventry is a great place to go birdwatching. Hundreds of species of birds can be found living in and around the city, making it an ideal spot for nature lovers. Visitors can also enjoy shopping at local boutiques and farmers markets or taking in a performance at one of the many local theaters.
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