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Gilbert Stuart Birthplace & Museum

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Chas & Em
Chas & Em
June 22, 2018
Washington’s face on the dollar bill is one of the most widely recognized portraits of him. Famed artist Gilbert Stuart was born here in 1755. He painted many important figures like John Adams, James Madison, and of course, George Washington. The authentically restored 18th century home is …
Katherine
Katherine
August 2, 2017
You can see the original George Washington!
Nancy
Nancy
October 20, 2015
Beautiful location. This is where Gilbert Stuart was born. He painted the portrait of George Washington on the dollar bill. Very entertaining docents.
Myron & Marie
Myron & Marie
September 2, 2014
Interesting buildings, fish ladder, wedding venue and local walking trails.
Mo
Mo
May 22, 2013
Historic grist mill and museum. Gilbert Stuart was an artist famous for his portraits of George Washington.

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815 Gilbert Stuart Road
North Kingstown, Rhode Island 02874
Téléphone+1 401-294-3001