The Touro Synagogue or Congregation Jeshuat Israel is a synagogue built in 1763 in Newport, Rhode Island.
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design is an art museum in Providence affiliated with the Rhode Island School of Design, in the U.S.…
Providence City Hall is the center of the municipal government in Providence, Rhode Island, and is located at the southwest end of Kennedy…
The Newport Cliff Walk is considered one of the top attractions in Newport, Rhode Island, in the United States.
The Governor Henry Lippitt House is a historic house museum at 199 Hope Street on the East Side of Providence, Rhode Island.
The Roger Williams Park Zoo of Providence, Rhode Island, contains more than 150 animals from around the world in natural settings.
Beavertail Lighthouse was built in 1856 and is the premier lighthouse in Rhode Island, marking the entrance to Narragansett Bay.
The Mohegan Bluffs are large clay cliffs about 150 feet high, located on the southern shore of Block Island.
Plum Beach Light, built in 1899, is a sparkplug lighthouse in North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Dutch Island Light is a historic lighthouse on Dutch Island off Jamestown, Rhode Island.In 1825 the federal government acquired 6 acres at…
Nayatt Point Light is a historic lighthouse in Barrington, Rhode Island.
Bristol Ferry Light is a historic lighthouse in Bristol, Rhode Island, United States.
The General James Mitchell Varnum House is an historic house at 57 Peirce Street in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
The Armory of the Kentish Guards is a historic armory at Armory and Peirce Streets in East Greenwich, Rhode Island and is currently home to…
The Looff Carousel in Pawtucket, Rhode Island is a historic carousel which was built in 1895 by Charles I. D.
Watson Farm in Jamestown, Rhode Island, United States, was established in 1789.
Apponaug is a neighborhood in central Warwick, Rhode Island, United States, situated on Apponaug Cove, a tributary to Greenwich Bay and…