Surely one of the best ways to revisisit the history of Rhode Island and the quirky way in which it was founded.
The grounds and garden are a fair representation of colonial living, but the educational tour encompasses a range of information that most of our schooling left out.
Small privately owned hotel located within easy driving distance to all major attractions and beaches. It is between Providence, RI
and Newport, RI on Rt. 1. Amenities:Non Smoking Rooms. Kitchen/Kitchenette. Private bathroom. Telephone. In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). ...
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 ...
Fort Adams served as housing for soldiers from 1824 1950. It is located a short ride from the Newport waterfront—cross
the Newport Bridge or hop a boat from across the harbor. History comes alive at the stone fortress, preserved ...