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For information on tourism in Rhode Island you can contact the State tourist board at:
Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation, Tourism Division
1 West Exchange Street
Providence RI 02903 Telephone: +1-401-222-2601
Telephone: 800-556-2484 toll-free in USA
Hotel Viking Newport - Newport The Hotel Viking is the landmark choice of Newport Rhode Island hotels! Located in the heart of Newport's Historic Hill district, amid the graceful mansions of Bellevue Avenue this elegant haven is alive with New England warmth and charm, enchanting our guests with a unique blend of location, distinction and soul. It is the area's premier destination for business and leisure travel, currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are just minutes away from the Newport Art Museum, the picturesque waterfront, sandy beaches and more!
La Forge Cottage - Newport Classic Victorian elegance makes the La Forge Cottage one of the most charming Bed and Breakfasts in Newport. The Cottage is perfectly situated within walking distance of all Newport has to offer. Bellevue Avenue with its mansions, shops, Tennis Hall of Fame, and museums is only one block away and the waterfront area just two blocks.
Candlewick Inn - Warren Enter the Candlewick Inn, and step back from the hustle and hurry of everyday life. There is time for a relaxing cup of tea and congenial conversation. You may relax on the front porch, wander through a garden, or pick a book from the case. If you wish to have a pot of tea or coffee before you head off to bed in the evening, we'll certainly prepare it for you. The local papers are also delivered daily for your convenience. One thing that really distinguishes The Candlewick Inn is the breakfast that is included with your reservation.
The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, more commonly referred to as Rhode Island is a state in the New England region of the United States. It is the smallest U.S. state by area. Rhode Island is bordered by Connecticut to the west and Massachusetts to the north and east, and it shares a water boundary with New York's Long Island to the southwest.
The state capitol building is made of white Georgian marble. On top is the world's fourth largest self-supported marble dome. It houses the Rhode Island Charter granted by King Charles II in 1663, the Brown University charter and other state treasures.
The First Baptist Church in America is the oldest Baptist church in the Americas, founded by Roger Williams in 1638.
The first fully automated post office in the country is located in Providence. There are many historic mansions in the seaside city of Newport, including The Breakers, Marble House and Belcourt Castle. Also located there is the Touro Synagogue, dedicated on December 2, 1763, considered by locals to be the first synagogue within the United States (see below for information on New York City's claim), and still serving. The synagogue showcases the religious freedoms that were established by Roger Williams as well as impressive architecture in a mix of the classic colonial and Sephardic style. The Newport Casino is a National Historic Landmark building complex that presently houses the International Tennis Hall of Fame and features an active grass-court tennis club.
Scenic Route 1A (known locally as Ocean Road) is in Narragansett. "The Towers", a large stone arch, is located in Narragansett. It was once the entrance to a famous Narragansett casino that burned down in 1900. The towers now serve as a tourist information center. Rhode Island also has three of the nations tallest bridges.
The Newport Tower has been hypothesized to be of Viking origin, although most experts believe it was a Colonial-era windmill.
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