As part of the global tennis community the International Tennis Hall of Fame is committed to preserving tennis history, celebrating its champions, and educating and inspiring a worldwide audience.
The International Tennis Hall of Fame is set in The Newport Casino, a National Historic Landmark that first opened in 1880 as a social club for Newport’s summer elite. Designed by McKim, Mead & White, a premier architectural firm of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, this was one of the firm’s…
Housed in the former Newport Casino (a grand, old shingle-style building that's a National Historic Landmark), it's home to exhibitions of historic memorabilia as well as several beautifully maintained tennis courts.
“This car museum is amazing. They have so many cool events planned in the coming months. I follow them on Instagram. Jay Leno is a car guy who now resides part-time in Newport and he will be engaged in some of these upcoming events. Very cool!!”
“You will stroll through beautiful Frederick Law Olmstead gardens on your way there and see pictures, posters and documents that contain the wort of famous artists and illustrators.”
“Best beach for families with kids. There are little to no waves and it's typically not that crowded. No food vendors or facilities. Just a nice laid-back beach. This was our go-to beach when we lived in Newport. ”
Point of Interest
“There are so many beaches in the area, so I hope people read this all the way through. Look them up online before you go, due to Covid-19: Jamestown Town Beach Goosewing Beach Second Beach, Middletown, RI .Paid parking. First Beach, Newport, RI. Paid parking. Island Park Beach, Portsmouth, RI. Teddy's Beach, Portsmouth, RI Fogland Beach, Tiverton, RI Horseneck Beach, Westport,MA. Parking charge”