Newport Attractions

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Marble House

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Designed by renowned society architect Richard Morris Hunt, the Marble House is a stellar highlight of Newport’s Gilded Age summer cottages. Built between 1888 ...  Read more

The Breakers

4.5 star rating: Recommended 14 Reviews

You’ll find it hard not to be impressed at the opulence of The Breakers, the crown jewel of the Newport cottages. The 70-room four-story mansion was the summer ...  Read more

Ocean Drive

4.5 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

The breathtaking Newport shoreline unfolds on the Ocean Drive, a 10-mile scenic cruise along Newport’s southern coast. Along the drive you’ll pass Gooseberry ...  Read more

Newport Cliff Walk

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Tracing the perimeter of the southern edge of town, high above the crashing surf of the Atlantic Ocean, the Newport Cliff Walk fronts many of Newport’s famous ...  Read more

Bellevue Avenue

Traversing the center of Newport, Bellevue Avenue and its surrounding streets are home to some of the most exclusive properties in New England. The affluent ...  Read more

Fort Adams State Park

Fort Adams State Park is one of Newport’s most popular playgrounds. In summer, locals and visitors alike come to swim, fish, sail, play soccer, and picnic on ...  Read more

The Elms

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Built as a summer residence, The Elms is one of almost a dozen properties cared for by Rhode Island's Preservation Society of Newport County. It was designed ...  Read more

Isaac Bell House

4.5 star rating: Recommended 30 Reviews

Considered one of the best examples of shingle style architecture in the United States, the Isaac Bell House is one of the almost dozen Newport mansions ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 23 Reviews

Set among the many mansions on Newport’s Bellevue Avenue, Rosecliff was often the setting of lavish parties, including an evening featuring famous magician ...  Read more

Ballard Park

Located west of Bellevue Avenue, Ballard Park is Newport’s only nature reserve. In sync with its affluent residential surroundings, the 13-acre park is an ...  Read more

Brenton Point State Park

Named for colonial Governor William Brenton, Brenton Point State Park is located where Narragansett Bay meets the Atlantic. Midway along Ocean Drive, it’s the ...  Read more


One of the many impressive Newport Mansions, Chateau-sur-Mer calls famous Bellevue Avenue home. Completed in 1852, it had a reputation for its parties, ...  Read more

Easton’s Beach

Newport’s only ocean beach, Easton’s Beach, also called First Beach, is a spacious nearly-1-mile stretch of sand and surf. The city’s longest beach, it draws ...  Read more

International Tennis Hall of Fame

The birthplace of American tournament tennis, the International Tennis Hall of Fame showcases an eclectic collection of memorabilia, including videos ...  Read more

Narragansett Bay

New England’s largest estuary, more than 12 million people visit Narragansett Bay every year. Covering just short of 150 miles, small parts of the bay extend ...  Read more

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