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Attractions in Newport, RI

Living history, plus fine dining, theatre, music, and dance are just a few of the attractions in Newport, RI.

ASTORS’ BEECHWOOD MANSION
Living history, plus fine dining, theatre, music, and dance. 401-846-3772

BRICK MARKET MUSEUM & SHOP
In the heart of colonial Newport, housing the Museum of Newport History. 401-841-8770; newporthistorical.org

NEWPORT MANSIONS
Three elaborate homes decorated for the holidays: The Breakers, The Elms, and Marble House. 401-847-1000; NewportMansions.org

REDWOOD LIBRARY & ATHANAEUM
One of the earliest libraries in America (opened 1750); an architectural treasure. 401-847-0292; redwoodlibrary.org

SAMUEL WHITEHORNE HOUSE
An outstanding collection of Early American furnishings in a stately brick Federal-style home. 401-847-2448; newportrestoration.org/visit/whitehorne

SEAMEN’S CHURCH INSTITUTE OF NEWPORT
Tour the chapel and grab a bite in the Aloha Cafe. 401-847-4260

SOVEREIGN BANK FAMILY SKATING CENTER

A 9,000-square-foot rink on Newport Harbor. 401-846-3018; skatenewport.com

TOURO SYNAGOGUE
America’s oldest existing temple (dedicated 1763). 401-847-4794; tourosynagogue.org

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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Updated Thursday, October 8th, 2009

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