The Preservation Society of Newport County
The mansions give a view into the history of Newport, the United States, and the rich & famous.
It is Rhode Island's largest and most-visited cultural organization. The organization protects the architectural heritage of Newport County, especially the Bellevue Avenue Historic District. Seven of its 14 historic properties and landscapes are National Historic Landmarks, and most are open to the…
There are a few different Mansions to tour, definitely suggest checking at least one out
Experience the 'summer cottages' of the rich and sometimes famous. Meet me in Newport Dahling!
“A no-frills stop for New England seafood since the '30s, with counter service & an upstairs raw bar. Great views of the water from the rooftop deck.”
“Great chef , and staff. try the swordfish !!! weekends in the summer they have great music , no cover. ”
“Great walking trails all along the water. boat ramp, town beach and picnic spots.”
“Located less than a mile from the start of cliff walk, Forty Steps provides a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean. This is a great spot for both swimming and fishing, but use caution as the rocks can get very slippery.”
“The display case in the lobby of the Jamestown Philomenian Library contains rotating exhibits which tell the story of various aspect of Jamestown's history using documents and artifacts from the society's collection. The library's Sidney L. Wright Room contains a permanent display of archeological artifacts found on Conanicut Island. ”