is a unique stone mansion built in 1810 on pastoral Great Road, the first road through the wilderness between Providence and Mendon, Massachusetts, and one of the oldest thoroughfares in America. Built with lottery winnings, it is considered the finest example of Federal style house in Rhode Island. Costumed guides take visitors back in time as they tour the 10-room manor and learn about its history and life in the 19th century.
Visitors can also check out the adjacent Hannaway Blacksmith Shop
, which is open for classes and demonstrations on Saturday mornings from 9am-12n as well as by appointment.