Address: 70 Perry St, Newport.
It is one of the outstanding examples of Shingle Style architecture in the United States.
Address: 120 Narragansett Avenue, Ward Ave, Newport.
It originally served as a summer "cottage", but the Preservation Society of Newport County now owns the property.
Address: 80 Fort Adams Dr, Newport.
This is a public recreation and historic area-preserving Fort Adams, a large coastal fortification located at the harbor mouth in Newport, Rhode Island, that was active from 1841 through the first half of the 20th century.
Address: 85 Touro St, Newport.
The Touro Synagogue or Congregation Jeshuat Israel is a synagogue built in 1763 in Newport, Rhode Island.
This is a historic district that covers the long street of the same name along the southern shore of Newport, Rhode Island, United States.
Address: 596 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
It was designed as a summer cottage for Alva and William Kissam Vanderbilt by the society architect Richard Morris Hunt, it was unparalleled in opulence for an American house when it was completed in 1892.
Address: 548 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
This mansion was open to the public as a historic house museum.
Address: 44 Ochre Point Ave, Newport.
Palatial Gilded Age summer home of the Vanderbilts, with ornate artwork, gardens & guided tours.
Address: 367 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
Gilded Age mansion on 10 acres featuring tours of the servants' quarters & Colonial Revival gardens.
Address: 680 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
It is an English Manorial style home designed by architectural firm Peabody & Stearns for Frederick William Vanderbilt.
Address: 194 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
This Tennis Hall of Fame honors both players and other contributors to the sport of tennis.
Address: 492 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
It is the first national museum to be devoted exclusively to American illustration artwork.
Address: Ocean Drive, Newport.
Open green space along the Atlantic offering ocean views, plus hiking, fishing & picnicking.
Address: 76 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
The multi-building campus houses regional 19th-century to contemporary works, plus events & art school.
Address: 474 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
Tours are offered of this opulent Victorian mansion with a 3-story great hall & period furnishings.
Address: 175 Memorial Blvd, Newport.
This beach attracts visitors with seasonal events, a carousel, rental cabanas, facilities & a snack bar.
Address: 127 Thames St, Newport.
This is a history museum in the Old Brick Market building in the heart of Newport.
Address: 13 Bowens Wharf, Newport.
This tourist site attracts visitors with marina, restaurants & nightlife, tours, boutiques & galleries as well as events all year round.
Address: 50 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
It is the oldest community library still occupying its original building in the United States.
Address: 222 Bellevue Ave, Newport.
A grand Gilded Age building sets the stage for viewing unique & rare cars from many eras.
Address: 800-870 Ocean Ave, Newport.
This lighthouse is an active navigation aid for vessels entering the East Passage, between Conanicut Island and Aquidneck Island.
Address: Luce Ave, Newport.
This is a historic Naval war museum in Newport.