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New England's historic summer home of the rich and famous, Newport boasts enduring elegance and charm. Sailing regattas are still all the rage as are the popular jazz and folk festivals. There are plenty of amazing ocean-side restaurants. And no trip would be complete without a tour of the opulent Newport Mansions.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
History buffs, rejoice! Newport has more restored colonial-era structures than any other city in the United States. The best place to go looking for landmarks is on Historic Hill. Don't miss the Trinity Church. Built in 1725, it features a three-tier wineglass pulpit - the only one of its kind in America.
|Enter the age of elegance when you tour the city's world-famous mansions. Six gilded properties welcome guests, including Marble House, The Breakers and the Green Animals Topiary Garden.|
|See the spectacular Atlantic in all its glory at Brenton Point State Park. This scenic preserve is perfect for fishing and kite flying.|
|Explore the 70 fun and fascinating aquatic exhibits at the Newport Aquarium.|
Tour the harbor on a sailboat, or better yet, take a lesson. Spend a day with Mother Nature at the Norman Bird Sanctuary where over 7 miles of hiking trails and tons of resident wildlife await. Enjoy the surf and sand on Easton's Beach.
Retail therapy, anyone? The waterfront is Newport's mecca of merchandise. Bowen's Wharf, Bannister's and Brick Marketplace have over 60 shops and boutiques to exercise your wallet. Stroll Spring Street for antiques, collectibles and folk art.
Learn more about this port city with these tourist information guides.