See & Do

Rose Island Lighthouse

Built in 1870, the Rose Island Lighthouse is one of a group of New England lighthouses built by an award-winning Vermont architect. Visitors can book a stay in the restored lighthouse and learn what it takes to be a real lighthouse keeper.

P.O. Box 1419
Newport, RI 02840

See & Do

Newport Mansions - The Breakers

One of the grandest of Newport’s summer “cottages” and a symbol of the Vanderbilt family’s social and financial preeminence in turn-of-the-century America, The Breakers is a must-see glimpse into our nation’s opulent history.

44 Ochre Point Ave.
Newport, RI 02840

See & Do

Cliff Walk

The 3.5-mile public walkway runs behind many of Newport’s most famous mansions and offers passes through beautiful vistas, tunnels and long-winding pathways.

Narragansett Ave & Ochre Point Ave
Newport, RI 02840

See & Do

International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum

In 1881, Newport hosted the first American tennis tournament. Today, those courts are now a National Historic Landmark and part of the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

194 Bellevue Ave.
Newport, RI 02840

Eat

The White Horse Tavern

History lovers will surely want to stop by The White Horse Tavern for a meal. Originally constructed in 1652 as the residence of Francis Brinley, it opened as a tavern in 1673, making it America’s oldest tavern.

26 Marlborough Street
Newport, RI 02840

Eat

The Black Pearl

Located right in the heart of the waterfront, The Black Pearl has been open since 1967. Whether you want a fine-cut filet or just a reasonably-priced burger, The Black Pearl is the perfect place for a nice family meal.

Bannister’s Wharf
West Pelham Street
Newport RI 02840

Sleep

Newport Inn & Whirlpool Suites

The Newport Whirlpool Suites offer tastefully appointed guest rooms, all with double Jacuzzis and equipped with all the standard amenities any traveler would require.

936 West Main Road
Middletown, RI 02842