Address: 1000 Elmwood Ave, Providence.
Roger Williams Park Museum of Natural History and Planetarium is a natural history museum and planetarium within Roger Williams Park in Providence, Rhode Island.
This is a popular tourist attraction in Providence.
Address: 199 Hope St, Providence.
The Governor Henry Lippitt House is a historic house museum at 199 Hope Street on the East Side of Providence, Rhode Island. A National Historic Landmark, it is one of the finest Italianate mansion houses in the state and considered one of the best-preserved examples of Victorian-era houses in the US.
Address: 282 N Main St, Providence.
The Roger Williams National Memorial is a landscaped urban park located on a common lot of the original settlement of Providence, Rhode Island, established by Roger Williams in 1636, bounded by North Main, Canal, and Smith Streets, and Park Row.
Address: 315 Iron Horse Way, Providence.
This is a tourist information center in Providence.
Address: 10 Memorial Blvd, Providence.
The official Providence and Warwick, Rhode Island CVB and tourism resource for vacation planning, hotels, restaurants, events, meeting facilities, and more.
Address: 585 Blackstone Blvd, Providence.
Established in 1846, Swan Point Cemetery is a meticulously maintained, 200-acre garden cemetery located in Providence, Rhode Island.
Address: 1000 Elmwood Ave, Providence.
The Roger Williams Park Zoo of Providence, Rhode Island contains more than 150 animals from around the world in natural settings. In 1986, it became the first Zoo in New England to earn accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. It was founded in 1872, and is one of the oldest zoos in the nation.
Address: 20 N Main St, Providence.
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design is an art museum in Providence affiliated with the Rhode Island School of Design, in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. The museum was founded in 1877 and is the 20th largest art museum in the United States.
Waterplace Park is an urban park situated along the Woonasquatucket River in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. Finished in 1994, Waterplace Park is connected to 3/4 mile of cobblestone-paved pedestrian walkways along the waterfront known as Riverwalk. Venice-styled Pedestrian bridges cross the river.
Address: 82 Smith St, Providence.
Guided tours are offered of this grand, historic government building with a huge dome.
Brown University is a private Ivy League research university in Providence, Rhode Island.
Address: 220 Weybosset St, Providence.
The Providence Performing Arts Center is a multi-use theater located at 220 Weybosset Street in Providence, Rhode Island. The building was built as a movie palace by the Loews Theatres chain and opened in 1928. PPAC contains over 3,000 seats and hosts touring Broadway shows, concerts, plays and films.
Address: 52 Power St, Providence.
The John Brown House is the first mansion built in Providence, Rhode Island, located at 52 Power Street on College Hill where it borders the campus of Brown University. The house is named after the original owner, one of the early benefactors of the University, merchant, statesman, and slave trader John Brown.
Address: 4 N Main St, Providence.
WaterFire is an award-winning sculpture by Barnaby Evans presented on the rivers of downtown Providence, RI. It was first created by Evans in 1994 to celebrate the tenth anniversary of First Night Providence, and has since become an annual public art phenomenon.
Address: 100 South St, Providence.
Hands-on creative learning environment with active programs & a focus on play for young children.
Address: 251 Benefit St, Providence.
The Providence Athenaeum was founded as "The Athenaeum" in 1836 as an independent, member-supported library open to the public. Its progenitors were two earlier libraries: The Providence Library Company, founded in 1753, and the Providence Athenaeum, founded in 1831.
Address: Congdon St, Providence.
Prospect Terrace Park is a park located on Congdon Street in the College Hill neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. The park was founded in 1869, on land that was given to the city by residents of the neighborhood.
Address: 385 S Main St, Providence.
Escape Rhode Island is an Escape Room based in Providence, RI. Escape the room by finding clues and solving puzzles.
Address: 15 Hopkins St, Providence.
The Governor Stephen Hopkins House is a museum and National Historic Landmark at 15 Hopkins Street in Providence, Rhode Island. The house was the home of Stephen Hopkins, a governor of Rhode Island and signatory of the Declaration of Independence.
Address: 75 N Main St, Providence.
The First Baptist Church in America is the First Baptist Church of Providence, Rhode Island, also known as the First Baptist Meetinghouse. It is the oldest Baptist church congregation in the United States, founded in 1638 by Roger Williams in Providence, Rhode Island.
Address: 1 La Salle Square, Providence.
Located in the heart of Providence, The Dunkin’ Donuts Center (DDC) is New England’s premier multi-use entertainment arena. Home to the AHL Providence Bruins and the Big East Providence College Men’s Basketball team, the DDC hosts a wide variety of sporting events, concerts, family shows, trade shows and more. The arena floor can be set up to accommodate center stage shows, table seating, ice, dirt, basketball, and event trade show booths.
Address: 11 Dorrance St, Providence.
This is a hotel with spacious hotel rooms and ideal location of Graduate Providence, just minutes from Brown, live entertainment and more.
Address: 201 India St, Providence.
India Point Park is a park in the Fox Point neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island at the confluence of the Seekonk River and Providence River. The park takes its name from the maritime activity connecting Providence with the East and West Indies.
Address: 65 Weybosset St, Providence.
The Westminster Arcade is a historic shopping center at 130 Westminster Street and 65 Weybosset Street in downtown Providence, Rhode Island built in 1828. It is notable as the first enclosed shopping mall in the United States and has been lauded as a fine example of commercial Greek Revival architecture.