City Spotlight: Jamestown

Jamestown, Rhode Island is a quiet town on tiny Conanicut Island, which is just 9 miles long and 1 mile wide. For many, the island is simply a stretch of land to cross quickly via Rt. 138 when traveling between the southern part of Rhode Island and Newport. Take the Jamestown exit, however, and you’ll […]

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Defining Your Rhode Island Ski Adventure

Rhode Island isn’t known for its winter sports availability. While we have plenty of winter recreation and activities, our tiny state’s proximity to the coast means we don’t have the same kind of mountains as our neighboring states—New York, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. In fact, we have just one ski resort: Yawgoo Valley, which boasts a […]

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Visiting Rhode Island in Winter: Our Favorite Winter Activities

Rhode Island is the perfect summer New England destination; with plentiful shoreline, stunning mansions, and a plethora of outdoor activities, this is an excellent place to spend a July weekend. However, our lovely little state is a perfect place to visit regardless of season. Yes, that also includes winter. While some tourists may hesitate at […]

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Our Favorite Rhode Island Museums

Rhode Island has everything—beaches, breweries, islands, an incredible food scene, world-class educational institutions, and incredible, one-of-a-kind museums. From the gardens of the Breakers to the planetarium and natural history museum, you do not want to miss the opportunity to see one of these historic collections.   Green Animals Topiary Garden; Portsmouth, RI This small estate […]

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