Viva Fall River


Whether you’re a history enthusiast, art connoisseur, or simply someone seeking new experiences, Fall River is a city brimming with captivating attractions. Discover the hidden treasures and unforgettable experiences that await you in Fall River!

Discover The Unexpected

From historic attractions and iconic landmarks to legendary residences and charming neighborhoods brimming with Victorian architecture, visitors can experience the city’s rich history in diverse and engaging ways. Explore Fall River’s cultural tapestry as you immerse yourself in the local art scene and discover the creativity that flourishes within the city. Embrace the spirit of celebration at lively festivals that celebrate our rich heritage and engaging cultural events. Grab your curiosity – and your camera – and embark on a delightful journey!


Fall River Historical Society

Battleship Cove

Maritime Museum

Lafayette-Durfee House

Lizzie Borden House

Heritage State Park

Oak Grove Cemetery

Highlands Historic District

Fall River Carousel


The Gates of the City

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall

World War II Memorial

Rolling Rock

Fall River’s Olmstead Parks

St. Anne’s Church & Shrine

St. Mary’s Cathedral

Underground Railroad Locations

Lafayette Statue


Narrows Center for the Arts

Greater Fall River Art Association

Fall River Museum of Contemporary Art

Fall River Public Library

Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River

Old Colony & Fall River Railroad Museum

Little Theater of Fall River

Grimshaw-Gudewitz Gallery

Fall River Symphony Orchestra

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Whether you’re a local looking to uncover new adventures or a visitor eager to explore the city’s unique charm, our blog is here to guide and inspire you.

Waterfront Dining

Waterfront Dining

One of Fall River's greatest assets is its growing waterfront district along the Taunton River. In the summer, the area is bustling with boaters, boardwalk strollers and diners frequenting the waterfront restaurants and bars. Fall River offers plentiful options for dockside dining, making it a popular pitstop for those traveling on the River to and from Mount Hope Bay, which connects Newport, Rhode Island to inland Massachusetts. Even in the off-season, several establishments offer indoor dining with spectacular views, giving visitors an opportunity to enjoy the good vibes and positive health effects of being by the water, without the wintery ...
Old Colony & Fall River Railroad Museum

Old Colony & Fall River Railroad Museum

A charming step back into history, the Old Colony & Fall River Railroad Museum contains an impressive collection of miniature model trains. Founded in 2002, this volunteer run museum offers a captivating glimpse into the rich history of the region's railroad industry. Explore meticulously restored train cars, vintage locomotives, and authentic artifacts that tell the story of the Old Colony Railroad and its impact on the local community. The display can be thought of as a moving game of " I Spy", where visitors can get lost amidst the meticulous details of the miniature towns and buildings that the trains ...
The Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River

The Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River

Fun for the whole family! The Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River is a staple for Fall River families and out of town visitors. Designed to spark curiosity and creativity in young minds, this interactive haven offers hands-on exhibits and engaging activities for children of all ages. From building towering structures in the construction zone to exploring the mysteries of science in the discovery lab, there's no shortage of fun-filled adventures to be had. Other themed spaces include a Lego room, an outer-space indoor playground, water tables and "Tune Town"- a music-inspired outdoor play area perfect for warmer months. For ...