From 5pm to 9pm on the third Thursday of every month except December, Gallery Night ArTrolleys take you on a free tour of ... More
Gallery Night Providence
From 5pm to 9pm on the third Thursday of every month except December, Gallery Night ArTrolleys take you on a free tour of Providence art galleries. An on-board guide points out attractions as you ride through three neighborhoods of art: downtown (nine galleries), Benefit Street and Wickenden Street. Trolleys can be boarded in front of the Citizens Bank building downtown, where you can park for free in their lot. You will see all manner of artwork on these tours, and many of Providence's other points of interest.
This very handsome and elegant Victorian mansion is a National Historic Landmark. There is beautifully maintained carved woodwork to see
inside, along with colorful stenciling and finishes. People like to hold wedding receptions and other special events in the ...
This commanding, three floor mansion sits almost atop College Hill adjacent to Brown University. The house was built in 1786
for the premier Providence merchant of his day, John Brown. Now, under the purview of the Rhode Island Historical ...
Rhode Island School of Design is one of the country's leading art schools and has a museum to match. Located
on Colonial Benefit Street, Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design traces the history of art from antiquity ...
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