9 JT Connell Highway Newport, RI 02840 +1 401 849 7233
The entertainment and film industry turn to Aardvark Antiques on Thames Street for inspiration and decorating themes. Interior decorators, architects and landscape artists favor Aardvark for antiques and Newport architectural design ideas. You can see these iron railings, fountains, carousels and horses, stained glass, mantels and lighting in many Newport establishments and homes. Aardvark specializes in bronze furnishings for home and garden. Their main office and indoor and outdoor showrooms are located on the historic Newport waterfront.
Fort Adams Drive Newport, RI 02840 +1 401 845 9123(Tourist Information)
This harbor is abuzz with a variety of fun things to do for all. There are restaurants serving fresh sea-food, shops selling curios, yacht clubs, shipyards and other marine and medical services provision. The Newport Harbor is apt for participating in the water-sports like the Newport Regatta and other Yachting or sailing tournaments. Apart from these races and water activities, there are regular Harbor Walks arranged too. So next time round when in Newport, it's just impossible to avoid the Newport Harbor.
307 Oliphant Lane Units 3 & 4 Middletown, RI 02842 +1 401 849 5232
Tour a genuine beer brewery at the Coastal Extreme Brewing Company located on Aquidneck Island with 2,500 feet in the Middletown Tradesman Center. Beer is brewed in stainless steel pots in the only microbrewery in Rhode Island. Every barrel of beer is personally watched over from fermenting to finishing and final delivery. Kegs of beer are shipped to restaurants, bars, liquor stores and other Rhode Island establishments.
162 West Main Road Little Compton, RI 02837 +1 401 635 8486
Sakonnet Vineyards offers something for every visitor to enjoy, including a tasting room and a separate, on-site bed and breakfast. The vineyard, established in 1975, accommodates those guests who prefer tours and lectures on winemaking itself, but also a picnic area for enjoying a bottle of wine in beautiful, sweet smelling surroundings. The retail shop stocks all of Sakonnet's wine for sale. After a day of touring and tasting, take your favorite wine home. This vineyard has seasonal timings, please call ahead for details.
16 Ochre Point Avenue Newport, RI 02840 +1 401341 2381
Take a walk around Ochre Court located inside the Salve Regina University campus and you will be transported back to the 19th century. Built more than 200 years ago by Ogden Goelet as a summer retreat for his family, this imposing mansion has become a historic landmark in Newport. The archaic passages and long turrets draw inspiration from Gothic as well as Renaissance architecture. You can marvel at the impressive stained glass and old fire places or take a walk through the garden with rare and exquisite trees. Don't forget to admire the splendid view of the Atlantic Ocean as you explore various parts of the mansion.
174 Bellevue Avenue Newport, RI 02840 +1 401 849 5087
Walking is a good exercise, but if it is fun-filled and accompanied with activity, it becomes more enjoyable. The Wayfarers do just that. Walk with them along the Coast of Maine, through the Acadia National Park or stop by the Bar Harbor, you will always get your money's worth. Overnight stays are arranged in castles, elegant villas and royal manors equipped with modern amenities! Local specialties prepared from fresh ingredients are always on the menu. The tours are always meticulously planned with group leaders and managers. These leaders have an in-depth knowledge of the places and ensure your safety and comfort.
492 Bellevue Avenue Vernon Court Newport, RI 02840 +1 401 851 8949
Located in a 17th century French chateau admired for its architecture and style, the National Museum of American Illustration has the most impressive collection of art created for the media, recognizing illustration as a fine art in its own right. The existing collection at the National Museum of American Illustration has traveled across many countries and has been deemed a visual history of America. Entry is charged.
194 Bellevue Avenue Newport, RI 02840 +1 401 849 3990
The Newport Casino, home of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, is a tennis landmark. It has 13 grass courts and an interactive museum. The Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization that provides information on the rich history of tennis as well as enshrining tennis legends from around the world. Built by the architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White in 1880, it is famous for its architectural style, and has been dubbed as a masterpiece of Victorian chic. If you're a tennis fan, come on over to Newport Casino, with its beautiful surroundings and old world charm. And if you're not a tennis fan, the casino holds other events, including part of the annual Newport Jazz Festival.
580 Bellevue Avenue Newport, RI 02840 +1 401 846 3772
Relive the past at Astor's Beechwood Mansion, home to both John Jacob Astor IV, who died on board the RMS Titanic, and Caroline Astor, creator of the first American social register. Visit the oceanfront mansion and learn about the grand 1890s lifestyle of the Astor family who came to live in Newport during the Victorian era and interact with Beechwood Theatre Company actors portraying staff, friends and family of the Astors. A range of productions, tours, and dancing are offered, see website for details.
657 Bellevue Avenue Newport, RI 02840 +1 401 846 0669
Belcourt Castle is a unique medieval-style mansion and is one of the few great Newport homes still privately owned. Tour guides of the sixty room museum will tell you of the rich history of the armor collection and Renaissance treasures as well the history of former owners, including the Vanderbilts. The current owners' extensive collection of Asian and European art fills the house. Ghosts and an air of mystery fill the house as Belcourt offers spooky candlelight tours in addition to its historical and architectural tours. Walk through this spectacular 60-room, 1890s medieval-style castle designed by the famous architect Richard Morris Hunt and view the splendor of its magnificent banquet hall, solarium, oak circular staircase, Gothic ballroom, library, grand halls and beautiful music room. The owners of the Belcourt still reside there and only open their home periodically to the public. Special tours like the Candlelight Tours take place daily between September and December at 6p and the Ghost Tours are organized daily from September to December at 5p. Make it a point to attend at least one of the Christmas Tea Sundays in December.
Committed to sharing God's Love the Emmanuel Church is built
in a beautiful area and is a wonderful building. The main aim of the churs is Worship, Fellowship and Outreach. The altar of this church is well decorated with ...
Common Burying Ground is made up of graves of colonists
in Newport who were mainly African slaves and their descendants. This is one of the oldest known African burial grounds in America. It has the first African artwork in ...
You will find the Newport Harbor Hotel & Marina on
the waterfront, it offers expansive views of Newport Harbor or Queen Anne Square. A concierge and staff is on hand to meet every whim and need, and you can ...