Where Is The Scituate Art Festival?
Find us on the Village Green, along Route 116 in North Scituate, RI; on the grounds surrounding the historic Scituate
Congregational Church and on both sides of Institute Lane.
The Scituate Art Festival showcases the works of 175 juried fine art and craft exhibitors, 15 select antique dealers, live
musical entertainment and a selection of regional foods. Visitors can also enjoy the huge raffle, featuring items generously donated by our art, craft and antique exhibitors!
Over the years, during the weekend of the Scituate Art Festival, homeowners, businesses and churches in the area surrounding
the site of our show began renting booth space to a variety of vendors. While they are certainly part of the fun, they are not part of our juried show.
For all visitors approaching from Providence and on Route 295, please be aware of temporary traffic pattern changes at
Exit 9 (the interchange of Routes 6, 6A and Route 295 in Johnston) due to road and bridge construction.
From Route 95 in Providence & Points East:
No. Scituate, RI 02857
Follow all "Route 6 West" signs. Take Exit 9C (old Exit 6C).
** Bear right at end of ramp onto Hartford Ave/Route 6 West.
Continue west for 3.5 miles into Scituate.
Just after the white "Welcome to Scituate" sign the road will fork;
Danielson Pike on the left and Hartford Pike on the right.
You may approach from either direction as the festival
is located between these two roads on Route 116.
From Route 295 in Cumberland & Points North:
Route 295 South. Take Exit 9C (old Exit 6B).
Follow directions from ** above.
From Route 295 in Warwick & Points South:
Route 295 North. Take Exit 9C (old Exit 6C).
Follow directions from ** above.
From Route 44 in Putnam, CT & Points West:
Follow all "Route 44 East" signs.
Right onto Route 116/West Greenville Road.
Continue towards North Scituate.
From Route 6 in Danielson, CT & Points West:
Follow Route 6 East/Danielson Pike.
Avoid Route 6 By-Pass.
Proceed east into the village.
From Route 102 in Coventry & Points South:
Route 102 North.
Bear right onto Route 14 East.
Left onto Route 116 North towards the village.
On Street Parking:
Please respect all permanent and temporary 'no parking' signs should you chose to park on the streets heading towards the
Village Green. Parking restrictions are enforced.
Support one of the many great causes around town by choosing a paid lot.
The North Scituate Volunteer Fire Department offers nearby parking at two locations:
Proceeds go directly toward training and the purchase of new fire equipment for our all-volunteer Fire Department.
- Family Dollar, located at 104 Danielson Pike.
- Atlas Insulation, located at 116 Danielson Pike.
St. Joseph's Church, at the corner of Rt. 6A (Danielson Pike) and Rt. 116, offers parking at two locations:
- The Church parking lot is open all day on Saturday and Monday. On Sunday the Church parking lot opens after the 10:30am Mass.
- Across the street from the Church, behind the Rectory at 151 Danielson Pike, this lot is open all three days. All-day
parking is available to visitors and vendors in either lot.
Trinity Episcopal Church, 251 Danielson Pike (Rt. 6A), offers parking in their lots. Their parking lots will be open on
Saturday from 9-5, Sunday from 9-2 and Monday from 9-5.
Free handicapped parking is available on a first come, first served basis at three locations:
- Institute Lane: On the grounds of the Scituate Art Festival. Free handicapped parking is available along Institute Lane in
front of North Scituate Elementary School and in the ball field directly across the street. Scituate Art Festival volunteers will guide handicapped visitors to an appropriate spot.
- Navigant Credit Union: 135 Danielson Pike. About one quarter mile south of the Scituate Art Festival grounds and just
east of the intersection of Rt. 6A (Danielson Pike) and Rt. 116. Members of The Citizens Defense Force will guide handicapped visitors to an appropriate spot.
- Scituate Animal Hospital: 561 W. Greenville Rd. About one quarter mile north of the Scituate Art Festival grounds.
Members of The Citizens Defense Force will guide handicapped visitors to an appropriate spot.