The greatest of Newport's summer "cottages," The Breakers is a representation of the Vanderbilt family's social and economic power in early 20th-century America.
Roger Williams Park Zoo
Visitors may view creatures from all around the world at the Roger Williams Park Zoo, some of which are more than a million years old.
Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art
It is a well-liked attraction, provides access to active programmers and a collection of fine art, design, and decorative arts from all over the world.
East Bay Bike Path
The East Bay Bike Path is Providence's famous route and is well-liked by both bikers and pedestrians.
Historic Federal Hill
A century-old Italian suburb called Federal Hill has given this area of Providence great restaurants and stores that are as ancient as the area.
Rhode Island's Narragansett is renowned for its ideal surf, seafood restaurants on the ocean, stunning lighthouses, and exciting beach activities.
Rhode Island State House
The State House is regarded as a superb illustration of American Renaissance architecture.
There are 11 villas visible along the stunning 5-6 km Cliff Walk in Newport, some of which may be visited, including the well-known Bakers and Marble.
Water Place Park
Originally known as the Great Salt Cove, Waterplace Park is a city park located alongside the Woonasquatucket River in the heart of Providence, Rhode Island.
Roger Williams Park
More than 150 species from all over the world are housed in natural habitats at the Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, Rhode Island.