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Explore The Rumford Neighborhood in East Providence and beyond. Afterall, you are only a $6 uber ride to or from Federal Hill and Downtown Providence for culture, education, and entertainment. It's all close to your new home.

Performing Arts

Performing Arts

Rhode Island offers a variety of performance venues to please even the most discerning patrons. Whether you’re looking for live theater, dance or music, Rhode Island’s arts scene has it all. We take pride in our performing arts community, from a Tony Award-winning repertory company to local theaters. Many performance spaces are housed in architectural masterpieces that attest to the state’s grand cultural history. With works from comedy to tragedy, classic to contemporary, it can all be found in the Rhode Island theater scene.

Family Fun

Family Fun

From the Nation’s oldest zoo, to attending a Pawtucket Red Sox game, Rhode Island offers families the opportunity to explore the Ocean State together with a variety of activities.

Local Dining

Local Dining

Rhode Island offers an amazing variety of culinary experiences, as noted by the New York Times, Gourmet and Esquire, among other publications. Our restaurants boast an abundance of traditional New England fare along with unique local specialties. With the Atlantic Ocean as our backyard, it’s not surprising that visitors come from near and far to enjoy the absolute freshest seafood in the region. Rhode Island’s diverse culture has had a big impact on the restaurant scene. Italian, French, Portuguese, Near Eastern and Asian cuisines come together to delight and entice any palate. Full yet? You haven’t even had dessert.

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Beaches

Beaches

The state has numerous ocean beaches with thundering surf and miles of stunning vistas. Doze off listening to the waves, take time to build an amazing sand castle, stroll the sun-speckled sand beachcombing for shells, or cast a fishing rod into the open water. The more shielded beaches of Narragansett Bay feature “breakwater” barrier protection and may be more suitable for novice swimmers, as well as featuring a more varied, fluctuating surf. Welcome to Rhode Island—not just another day at the beach.

  • Newport County Beaches
    • Easton’s Beach, Goosewing Beach, Mackerel Cove/Jamestown Town Beach, Second Beach/Sachuest, Third Beach, Sandy Point Beach, & More!
  • South County Beaches
    • Captain Roger Wheeler State Beach, Charleston Town Beach, East Matunuck State Beach, Misquamicut State Beach, Narragansett Town Beach, Salty Brine State Beach, Scarborough Beach & More!

Golf Courses

Golf Courses

Rhode Island is home to some of the finest golf courses in New England. Many are situated on fabulous oceanfront properties.

 

Area Bike Paths

Area Bike Paths

In the past 20 years, Rhode Island has dedicated much of it’s coastline and wooded areas to an impressive network of bike pats, offering more than 60 miles of off-road cycling in all regions of the state.

Check out RI’s Interactive Bike Path HERE!

Rhode Island State Parks

Rhode Island State Parks

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One hundred years ago in the dining room of the Hearthside House in the Town of Lincoln the Metropolitan Park Commission of Rhode Island authorized the purchase of Rhode Island’s first state park on President Abraham Lincoln’s 100th birthday, February 12, 1909. Since that day, the Rhode Island’s Division of Parks & Recreation has evolved from a visionary plan to a statewide network of historic and magnificent green spaces and greenways devoted to the public enjoyment of the outdoors.

Museums

Museums

Rhode Island offers one of the nation’s largest concentrations of registered historic landmarks. Centuries of American history are preserved here, from 17th-century Colonial houses and churches to the opulent mansions of Newport. Scores of museums, from maritime to children’s museums, are scattered throughout the state. An exceptional appreciation of the performing arts is evident in the state’s many fine professional and community theater, dance and musical organizations.

Colleges and Universities

Colleges and Universities

Though Rhode Island is just 37 miles wide and 48 miles long, students have a variety of different higher education options. Midsize universities, small private colleges, a prestigious art school and an Ivy League institution are located in Rhode Island. Many top Rhode Island colleges are in Providence, the state capital and third-largest city in the New England region.

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Seasonal Attractions

Seasonal Attractions

 

New England has four distinct seasons, each with its own character and appeal. This unmistakable change of seasons is what endears many to this region of the United States. The beauty of our spring, summer, fall and winter make New England a true all-year-round destination for tourists.  Enjoy local attractions that Rhode Island is home for, in your favorite season.

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