New England - Rhode Island (PDF Chapter)
This is the Rhode Island chapter from Lonely Planet’s New England guidebook.
This little wonder packs in over 400 miles of coastline with white-sand swimming beaches and some of the country’s finest historic architecture, galleries and museums. What’s more, Rhode Islanders are about as friendly as folks come.
- take a cliff-top stroll by the roaring Atlantic in Newport
- tour the palatial manors collectively known as the Newport Mansions
- celebrate the elements of water and fire in WaterFire, Providence’s urban-revival festival
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Providence, Blackstone River Valley, Woonsocket, East Bay, Bristol, Tiverton, Little Compton, Newport, Jamestown & Conanicut Island, Southern Rhode Island, Narragansett & Point Judith, Westerly & Watch Hill, Block Island.
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