You don't just have to relive Rocky Point memories in your head anymore. A new exhibit about the defunct theme park will be opening soon in Warwick, RI.

If you haven't been to the old Rocky Point site in a while, you should make the trip.

The land is now beach front walking paths and some of the original Rocky Point structures are still there. Along with signage of photos featuring what park attractions once stood where you are walking.

I love taking my daughter there and trying to picture what ride was where as we walk around.

And soon we can all delve a little deeper into those fond memories with the 'Remembering Rocky Point' exhibit coming to the Warwick Center for the Arts.

This community show will open Thursday May 23rd and run through June 27th.

And checking it out means seeing actual artwork and artifacts from Rocky Point.

There'll be art and artifacts from around the park including pieces of former rides, like a car from the old Haunted House (I used to close my eyes while riding, I was actually scared!).

The exhibit will be free and open to the public during the WCFA's regular hours, Wednesday-Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. and every 4th Thursday night from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.