Best Newport, RI Attractions

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    Cliff Walk

    This lovely walk leads you on a tour that rims the southern edge of the city. Walking along the 3.5 mile length of this elevated path, you'll get the chance...

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    Tennis Hall of Fame

    Whether you play tennis or not, you're sure to enjoy a stop at the Tennis Hall of Fame. In it, you'll find exhibits on the history of tennis as well as a...

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    Newport Art Museum

    The Newport Art Museum offers visitors a diverse collection of both historic and modern artwork, with a focus on local and regional works. The ever changing...

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    Easton's Beach

    One of area's most popular beaches, Easton's draws crowds to bask on its sunny shores and wade in the waters of the Atlantic. The beach also features a...

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    Naval War College Museum

    Come learn about Newport's military and naval past at this interesting museum. Housed in the 1820s era Founder's Hall building on the War College campus,...

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    The Breakers

    Once home to the legendary Vanderbilts, The Breakers is one of Newport's most glamorous mansions and is located on 13-acres of cliffside ocean front...

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    Marble House

    Marble House is one of the grandest of the many Newport Mansions. It's a must-not-miss among the Victorian summer "cottages" of the nation's Gilded Age....

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    Rough Point

    Located on the opulent Bellevue Avenue with breathtaking views of the Atlantic, Rough Point was once the home of tobacco heiress Doris Duke. Circa 1887,...

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    Astors' Beechwood Mansion

    Known for its many 1800s era mansions, Newport boasts none finer than the famous Astor mansion. It was constructed in 1851 and was the summer dwelling of...


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