Newport County and East Bay Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Newport County and East Bay - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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The Breakers

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The 70-room summer estate of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, president of the New York Central Railroad, was built in 1895. Architect Richard...

The Elms

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Architect Horace Trumbauer modeled this graceful 48-room French neoclassical mansion and its grounds after the Château d'Asnières near...

Third Beach

  • Beach–Sight

On the Sakonnet River, Third Beach is more peaceful than the nearby ocean beaches and is a great spot for families. It has a boat ramp...

Tiverton Four Corners

  • Arts/Performance Venue

From Route 24, head south on Route 77 to historic Tiverton Four Corners. At the Four Corners Arts Center, in the historic Soule-Seabury...

Touro Synagogue

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In 1658, more than a dozen Jewish families whose ancestors had fled Spain and Portugal during the Inquisition founded a congregation...

Trinity Episcopal Church

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George Washington once sat in the distinguished visitor pew close to the distinctive three-tier wineglass pulpit. Completed in 1726,...

Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House

  • House/Mansion/Villa

As Newport's oldest house museum, this late-17th-century residence presents a window on the city's Colonial and Revolutionary history.

Warren

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North of Bristol, Warren has the distinction of being the smallest town in the smallest county in the smallest state in the United States.

Watson Farm

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In 1789, Job Watson purchased this piece of rich farmland on Conanicut Island, and five generations of his family cultivated the land...

White Horse Tavern

  • Building/Architectural Site

America's oldest tavern was originally built in 1652 as a two-room, two-story residence but was converted to a tavern in 1673 by William...

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