Roger Williams Spring at Omega Pond

Roger Williams first settled here after he was banished from Salem, MA in 1636 and spent several winter months sheltered at Margaret’s Rock in what is now Warren, RI.


A granite tablet in front of the site of the original Roger Williams Spring sits across the street from the pond. A small sign on a telephone pole marks the location. (click to enlarge)


The tablet is a gift from the Roger Williams Family Association and was placed in 1975 replacing a bronze plaque placed in 1936.


Click here for the Roger Williams National Memorial web site.

Click on the map below for a Google satellite map.


The site is located about 50 yards north of the Daggett House at Wilson and Roger Williams Avenue in East Providence, RI.