15 Best Small Towns to Visit in Rhode Island
15 Best Small Towns to Visit in Rhode Island: New Shoreham, Narragansett, Wickford Village, Hopkinton, Jamestown, Little Compton, Richmond, Foster, Charlestown, Watch Hill, Glocester, Exeter, Westerly, Harrisville
Most Haunted Places In Rhode Island
These are what I believe to be the most haunted places in the Ocean State.
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Slater Mill: dougtone, Forest J. Handford
Belcourt Castle: Faithlessthewonderboy (Transfered by Arctic Night)
Block Island: Timothy J. Quill, Whitney
Cumberland Public Library: Matt Cloutier
Providence City Hall: Anatoli Lvov
Beechwood Mansion: Bear Golden Retriever, Google Maps
Warwick City Hall: Google Maps
Ladd School: Google Maps
Ruffstone Tavern: Google Maps
Chestnut Hill Cemetery: Google Maps, Cbarry123
Rhode Island Map: TUBS Wikimedia Commons
Top 12. Best Tourist Attractions in Manchester, New Hampshire
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The most beautiful places and sight in Manchester.
Top 12. Best Tourist Attractions in Manchester, New Hampshire: Currier Museum of Art, Palace Theatre, Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, Livingston Park, Lake Massabesic, SEE Science Center, SNHU Arena, Zimmerman House, Millyard Museum, Mall Of New Hampshire, Saint Joseph Cathedral, Amoskeag Fishways Learning and Visitors Center
Journey over Rhode Island - New England
Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the USA, but 'Little Rhody' proves the saying that the best things come in small packages. Visitors return time and again to enjoy peaceful coastlines and countryside, as well as some of the USA's best-preserved heritage and finest dining. See aerial views of the breathtaking Newport Shoreline along the Cliff Walk past the historic Newport Mansions.
Exploring West Island, Rhode Island
BoatingLocal's Tom Richardson and noted underwater videographer Mike Laptew take their kayaks to West Island off Rhode Island's Sakonnet Point to visit the former site of an exclusive fishing club. Check out the full article with photographs at You can also find many more stories and articles about New England recreational boating at
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA
Centro de Portsmouth, cidade do estado de New Hampshire
bunker in narraganset Rhode Island
Brad Me nd Jeff sneek into this bunker tbat is very hard to get into because the opening is a tiny hole but anyways in the bunker as we r about to leave someone bangs on escape hatch tht males a loud noise when people jump on it so we start swearing at him.
Mount Washington Auto Road
Recorded September 15, 2016
The Mount Washington Auto Road an 8 mile toll road that extends from New Hampshire Route 16 in Pinkham Notch to the summit of Mount Washington in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The road climbs 4,618 feet from an altitude of 1,527 feet at the bottom to 6,145 feet at the top, an average gradient of 11.6%. The road was completed and opened to the public in 1861. Due to its remarkable location, weather, and history, the Mount Washington Auto Road is unlike any other driving experience in the Eastern United States. A trip on Mount Washington Auto Road is a one-of-a-kind experience offering ever-changing weather extremes, panoramic views and the opportunity to pass through four distinct climate zones as you climb to the highest peak in the Northeast. This video is one complete roundtrip of the scenic journey.
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ABANDONED: Spooky World
Take a walk with us through what's left of the original abandoned Spooky World, which at the time of operation was the scariest horror theme park in the North Eastern part of the United States. Listen to former park guests recall their most vivid memories of the park while exploring it's abandoned props.
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In My Footsteps: Narragansett, RI.
A short video of a summer 2010 trip to Narragansett, Rhode Island. Featured are The Towers and Point Judith Light. The Towers are the only remaining piece of the Narragansett Pier Casino which burned down in 1900. The current Point Judith Lighthouse was built in 1856 and was painted half brown and half white to make it easier to see during the day. it sits on the grounds of the Coast Guard Station.