Attractions
Dining
Most visitors come to Rhode Island because they have an appetite for world-class cultural assets and splendid natural beauty. After a day sailing on Narragansett Bay, touring galleries, museums and mansions, or strolling the stunning Cliff Walk you're bound to work up an appetite for something else that has brought the state international acclaim...its great cuisine.
Beaches
Most visitors come to Rhode Island because they have an appetite for world-class cultural assets and splendid natural beauty. After a day sailing on Narragansett Bay, touring galleries, museums and mansions, or strolling the stunning Cliff Walk you're bound to work up an appetite for something else that has brought the state international acclaim...its great cuisine.
Activities
With more than 400 miles of scenic coastline, Rhode Island is the ideal spot for the quintessential family seaside vacation. Adults can relax on long sandy beaches while children build sandcastles in the sun and swim in the clear blue Atlantic Ocean. For an up-close-and-personal look at marine life, several charter companies offer half and full day whale watching excursions in search of humpback, finback, right and minke whales, as well as sharks, sea turtles, giant ocean sunfish and pelagic birds.
Places to Visit
There are endless ways to explore Rhode Island's rich cultural and architectural heritage, breathtaking scenery, and mouth-watering cuisine. With so much to do and see