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Prospect Terrace

Prospect Terrace


Prospect Terrace Park is a park located on Congdon Street in the College Hill neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. The park was founded in 1869, on land that was given to the city by residents of the neighborhood. It overlooks the city’s “downcity.”

Author and Providence native H. P. Lovecraft frequently visited the park.

A statue of theologian Roger Williams (designed by architect Ralph Thomas Walker) was built in the late 1930s after Williams’ descendant Stephen Randall made a deed of

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Prospect Terrace

48 Congdon Street, Providence, RI 02906