Reviews of The Stephen Hopkins House (Tourist Attraction)

15 Hopkins St, Providence, RI 02903, United States

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REVIEWS OF The Stephen Hopkins House IN Rhode Island

Ed Braukus

Alejandra Nicolau

melissa comerford

Excellent tour and a great piece of Rhode Island history.

Mic Per

Carol Palmer

Well worth a visit for the history you will learn.

Nicole Conti

Loved it! Staff very friendly and knowledgeable. Would recommend going if you're in the area.

Max Gigle

Informative tour!

Daud Zoss

beautiful garden to sit and contemplate, but bring a cushion, the benches are damp even on a hot, dry day

Tess Rondeau

Great docents explaining the history of the house and its occupants including 5 or 6 slaves.

Craig Perkinson

Very interesting history. Friendly and helpful staff made the visit edifying.

Andrew Shaw

We had an awesome experience while taking a stroll through Providence's east side. We were offered a tour of the Stephen Hopkins House and were very impressed. Stephen Hopkins, one of the original signers of the declaration of Independence (learned that on the tour!) owned this house on the river before it was moved twice to where it is today. The docent was very friendly and knowledgeable, taking us around the house and showing the beautiful furniture, colonial architecture, and sharing the incredible history associated with the house. I would definitely recommend a visit if you are walking down benefit street.

Kim Pennington -Donis

I Loved walking the College Hill area

Lamont Jones

Amanda Mangas

Isaac Graber

Ming-Chieh Li

Brenda P

If you like history this rounds out the Rhode Island experience. Very knowledgeable tour guides!

Stephen Rowley

If your first name is Stephen this place is not to be missed. If your first name isn't stephen not sure why you would bother

Beth Hurst

It was a nice unexpected tour. We just stopped by enroute to our vacation destination and was offered the tour.Our tour guides were very knowledgeable and good story tellers and shared a lot of interesting tidbits of history we didn't know.


Ian Funderburg

Thank you for the extremely informative tour!

Manuel Atencio

John Whaley

Y'know...I've been to my share of museums, and the long and short of it is this: 1) The less crowded, the better 2) The more hands on, the better 3) The guide, if afforded the opportunity to have one, makes or breaks the whole thing. We got here at 10am (opening) on a scorching hot Saturday, and we were joined by only one other intrepid scholar. Check one in our museum-fun favor. Marjorie (the guide) took us right in. She kept apologizing for the heat, but her warmth and her candor was way more overwhelming. She is a gem and we had a delightful time learning about early Providence. Oh, and she let us carry the water pot...bro, we are PAMPERED with our plumbing and innoculations. Of note: I'm impressed with both this house and John Brown's house up the street for their willingness to engage with the stain of slavery head on in both exhibits. For any nerds like me and my lady out there, this is a fine hour spent in RI. Oh, and it's freaking FREE, so leave a good tip and sign the guestbook... otherwise, the grants stop coming in....sigh.

Bradly VanDerStad

A.K. V.

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Michelle Doiron

Wonderful tour with Kim taught me much to be proud of as a rhode island native.

nicole ashley

Knowledgeable tour guides, great set up and dont forget to sign the vistors book!

Mike Catalfamo

Judy Trimble

Lisa Esser

Great historic house tour. Knowledgeable tour guides. Free open house tours on certain waterfire nights.

Bethany Willis Hepp

Fantastic on so many levels... historical, meaningful, interesting, free, and cool (literally and figuratively) on a hot summer afternoon!

synnamon mckinnie

Very fun and informational loved it


Diane Gardner

Raychael Chavez Coombes

Awesome tour! Highly recommend!

Brynne Rego

My husband and I were very excited that the house was open for tours last night! It was great learning about the history within the house. All the staff was super nice and very knowledgeable!

Janet Atkinson

Fascinating little museum.

Shelly Kopyscianski

Friendly and knowledgable volunteers

Matt Peppes

Very cool colonial house from the 1700s!

Matthew Keefe

Great house with some interesting history. The docents there are really knowledgeable

Vince Leese

This is a great place to visit. So much history. Our guide was very knowledgeable. There is no cost to tour the place but they do ask for donations. This house is over 300 years old.

Chris D

Kariuki Maina

Lots of history from knowledgable tour guides Barbara and her husband Doug. Definately a visit while in Providence.

chris kerfoot

David Allen

Amazing history and wonderful staff!

Jonathan Goldberg

Debu Tante

It's free and small and so full of interesting history. It's worth it to take a few minutes to see it!

Nazli Uder Ozturk

It was like a small trip in time to the 18th century, lovely little museum full of history

Chris Blakley

An outstanding local museum in Providence.

Mylène Abraham

Magnifique visite avec guide intéressant. Le tout gratuit. Si vous avez une seule chose à visiter je vous recommande elle.

Ralph Beckman

Friendly folks. Good tour.

Zachary Wluka


A must see! Mark was our tour guide and he was very knowledgeable about the history of home, the area and Stephen Hopkins.

Linda Stimeck

Very interesting

Eric Mckenzie

Good tour guides

Ian Amundson

Bridget Pittsburgh

We arrived after they closed and David gave us a 10 minute whirlwind tour that taught me over 10 things I never knew!

Jishu Kalotra

I would like to start my review with the tourist guide who actually invited us to visit this place. So, we were roaming around and guide asked us to take a look into that place and history related to it. Since i was visiting from Canada, i had no clue who Stephen Hopkins was but after the tour, I actually read a lot about him and his life experience. This house is a great place to visit if you’re interested to see how people used to live in colonial society. Everything related to Stephen Hopkins is still placed in that house and history is very interesting.

Eric Howard

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