The ultimate site for planning what to do, where to stay and what to see while visiting the Ocean State.
Convention plans in Providence? Business presentations in Warwick? The PWCVB offers the ultimate Meeting Planners guide for successful, cost-effective and memorable events in Rhode Island.
By integrating arts and culture into community life, Providence is poised as an international cultural destination. Check out this site for the latest happenings in Providence and to download a schedule of events.
Warwick’s native son, “Nate Greene” takes you on a tour of famed historic sites, coastline amenities, great eats, bountiful shopping and airport convenient hotel accommodations – all nestled within Rhode Island’s second largest city-- the epicenter of activity on Narragansett’s west bay.
Home to spectacular coastal scenery, awe-inspiring architecture, and a thriving waterfront, downtown Newport is bustling at any time of year. From the famed Gilded Age mansions that once were the summer playground for socialite families with names like Astor and Vanderbilt to an afternoon of wine tasting through Newport's three scenic vineyards, the options for interesting activities, distinctive stories, and enticing photo opportunities are countless!
Leisure travel is the mindset when you visit the scenic Rhode Island towns of Charlestown, Coventry, East Greenwich, Exeter, Hopkinton, Narragansett, North Kingstown, Richmond, South Kingstown, West Greenwich, and Westerly. Known for pristine beaches, beautiful nature preserves and tons of year-long outdoor activities, South County beckons to visitors world-wide.
The official site for touring the New England States.
New England is a dream destination for meeting and event planners. Celebrated for its colorful seasons, diverse landscape, and abundant activities, this region offers you unlimited potential for unique and exciting functions.
The Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame was founded to honor the contributions of those whose efforts, in any line of endeavor, have added significantly to the heritage of the State of Rhode Island. Eligible membership may include those who are native born; those whose reputations have been made while residents of the state; and those who have adopted Rhode Island as their permanent home.
One of the best views of Rhode Island is from the water. Cruise past 10 historic lighthouses scattered along the shores of Narragansett Bay.
Proof that summer isn’t the only time to enjoy Narragansett Bay. From October through April, Save The Bay offers seal tours out of Newport, Westerly and Fall River, providing an educational view our winter harbor seal visitors, not to mention breathtaking views from the water. Perfect for a family outing, cozy date, or group activity.
Discover more than 140 marine species right from Narragansett Bay at Save The Bay's interactive Exploration Center and Aquarium in Newport. Touch tanks, theme-based crafts, scavenger hunts and story hours make it a great way for the whole family to spend an hour or so. And, with Newport’s only ocean-facing beach just outside the front door, it's a welcome break from the sun in the summertime and the perfect start to a wintertime beachcombing experience.