Pawtucket is the fourth largest city in Rhode Island and the largest city in the state’s Blackstone Valley. Located just north of Providence, Pawtucket is home to a diverse population of around 71,000 people. The city is known for its vibrant arts and entertainment scene, as well as its rich industrial history. It is home to Slater Mill, the birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution, and the Pawtucket Red Sox minor league baseball team. The city also boasts a variety of cultural attractions, including the Pawtucket Arts Festival and the Pawtucket Arts Collaborative. Other notable attractions include the Slater Memorial Park, the Slater Mill Museum, and the Blackstone River Valley National Historic Park.