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The Breakers
1. The Breakers
Newport's most well-known attraction, the Breakers, is the most ornate of the grand mansions once owned by the very wealthy and used as summer properties. They were nicknamed "summer cottages," but are far from what we'd imagine a cottage to be! Now, you can explore and tour this extravagent home and its grounds on your vacation to Newport!
The Breakers
1. The Breakers
Newport's most well-known attraction, the Breakers, is the most ornate of the grand mansions once owned by the very wealthy and used as summer properties. They were nicknamed "summer cottages," but are far from what we'd imagine a cottage to be! Now, you can explore and tour this extravagent home and its grounds on your vacation to Newport!
2. Newport Cliff Walk
The Cliff Walk is a public trail that follows the Eastern Shore of Newport, and is a completely free way to experience the natural beauty of this seaside paradise. You'll have the unique experience of passing through both highly decorated architecture of the Gilded Age and rugged scenes of the New England landscape. The Cliff Walk has been a staple activity in Newport for over 100 years!
Newport Cliff Walk
Newport Cliff Walk
2. Newport Cliff Walk
The Cliff Walk is a public trail that follows the Eastern Shore of Newport, and is a completely free way to experience the natural beauty of this seaside paradise. You'll have the unique experience of passing through both highly decorated architecture of the Gilded Age and rugged scenes of the New England landscape. The Cliff Walk has been a staple activity in Newport for over 100 years!
Marble House
3. Marble House
Another of the famed "summer cottages," Marble House is unique because it began transforming the quiet summer town of Newport into the bustling tourist destination and home of the arts that it is today. The home features 500,000 cubic feet of marble, and was the first of the mansions to host large events, such as rallies for women's voting rights in the early 20th century. This impressive home is definitely worth a visit on your trip to Newport!
Marble House
3. Marble House
Another of the famed "summer cottages," Marble House is unique because it began transforming the quiet summer town of Newport into the bustling tourist destination and home of the arts that it is today. The home features 500,000 cubic feet of marble, and was the first of the mansions to host large events, such as rallies for women's voting rights in the early 20th century. This impressive home is definitely worth a visit on your trip to Newport!
4. Sightsailing of Newport
Sightsailing offers you the chance to explore Newport by sea, sailing on Narragansett Bay, home to some of the most ideal conditions for sailing in the world. There are daily scheduled sailing cruises open to the public, sails at sunset, and even private sailing charters. See the iconic rocky landscape, large summer estates, and colonial architecture from the blue waves off the coast of picturesque Newport, RI!
Sightsailing of Newport
Sightsailing of Newport
4. Sightsailing of Newport
Sightsailing offers you the chance to explore Newport by sea, sailing on Narragansett Bay, home to some of the most ideal conditions for sailing in the world. There are daily scheduled sailing cruises open to the public, sails at sunset, and even private sailing charters. See the iconic rocky landscape, large summer estates, and colonial architecture from the blue waves off the coast of picturesque Newport, RI!
National Museum of American Illustration
5. National Museum of American Illustration
The National Museum of American Illustration was founded in 1998 and is entirely dedicated to the works of American artists that were originally meant to be featured in magazines, newspapers, and other 2D forms of media like posters and advertisements. Now, they are part of a new medium of respected art, and tell America's story throughout its most meaningful periods. This museum showcases the work of influential American artists like Normal Rockwell, Maxfield Parrish, Charles Dana Gibson, Howard Pyle, and many more!
National Museum of American Illustration
5. National Museum of American Illustration
The National Museum of American Illustration was founded in 1998 and is entirely dedicated to the works of American artists that were originally meant to be featured in magazines, newspapers, and other 2D forms of media like posters and advertisements. Now, they are part of a new medium of respected art, and tell America's story throughout its most meaningful periods. This museum showcases the work of influential American artists like Normal Rockwell, Maxfield Parrish, Charles Dana Gibson, Howard Pyle, and many more!
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