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The Best Attractions In Rhode Island

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Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge Daisy Cheng-Milano
Narragansett Beach
Roger W. Wheeler State Beach michael dupre
Misquamicut State Beach LEONARDO DASILVA
WaterFire Providence To0oty I
Mohegan Bluffs Mira Babinova
RISD Museum
East Bay Bike Path
Salty Brine State Beach Robin Wheeler
Goosewing Beach Preserve
Cliff Walk Kirk Mehlin
The Breakers vincent tarney
Charlestown Town Beach Rick Fleeter
Ocean Drive Historic District Luciano Serra
National Museum of American Illustration National Museum of American Illustration
Rhode Island , officially the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, is a state in the New England region of the United States. It is the smallest state in area, the seventh least populous, and is the second most densely populated. It has the longest official name of any state. Rhode Island is bordered by Connecticut to the west, Massachusetts to the north and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south via Rhode Island Sound and Block Island Sound. It also shares a small maritime border with New York. Providence is the state capital and most populous city in Rhode Island. On May 4, 1776, the Colony of Rhode Island was the first of the Thirtee...
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  • 1. Misquamicut State Beach Misquamicut
    Misquamicut State Beach is a seaside public recreation area in the town of Westerly, Rhode Island. It occupies a portion of Misquamicut Beach, a 3-mile-long barrier island that extends westward from Weekapaug to Watch Hill and separates Winnapaug Pond from the Atlantic Ocean. The state beach covers 51 acres and features a large beach pavilion with multiple public facilities.
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  • 2. Mohegan Bluffs New Shoreham
    The Mohegan Bluffs are large clay cliffs about 150 feet high, located on the southern shore of Block Island. They got their name because the battle of the Niantic and the Mohegan took place here in the mid 16th century. The battle was over supremacy of the island, and the intruding Mohegans were forced over the cliffs to their death by the native Niantic.These cliffs are a beautiful site, and can be observed from the top, where visitors can look out for miles on the Atlantic Ocean or visitors can climb down the steep staircase of over 100 steps and view them from the beach . The visiting times are from a half-hour before sunrise to a half-hour after sunset. Visitors usually spend the day here tanning on the beach, swimming in the ocean, walking their dogs, or simply admiring the cliffs.Thr...
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  • 3. RISD Museum Providence
    Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design is an art museum in Providence affiliated with the Rhode Island School of Design, in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. The museum was founded in 1877 and is the 20th largest art museum in the United States.
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  • 4. WaterFire Providence Providence
    A fire hydrant, also called a fireplug, fire pump, johnny pump, or simply pump, is a connection point by which firefighters can tap into a water supply. It is a component of active fire protection.
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  • 5. Narragansett Beach Narragansett
    Narragansett is a town in Washington County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 15,868 at the 2010 census. However, during the summer months the town's population more than doubles to near 34,000. The town is colloquially known as Gansett. The town of Narragansett occupies a narrow strip of land running along the eastern bank of the Pettaquamscutt River to the shore of Narragansett Bay. It was separated from South Kingstown in 1888, and incorporated as a town in 1901. For geographic and demographic information on the village of Narragansett Pier, which is part of Narragansett, see the article Narragansett Pier.
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  • 6. Roger W. Wheeler State Beach Narragansett
    Roger W. Wheeler State Beach is a public recreation area covering 27 acres on Block Island Sound in the town of Narragansett, Rhode Island. The area offers picnicking, ocean swimming, and a playground.
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  • 7. Salty Brine State Beach Narragansett
    Salty Brine State Beach is a public recreation area occupying slightly more than one acre of ocean shore in the village of Galilee, town of Narragansett, Rhode Island. Established in 1954 as Galilee State Beach, it was renamed in 1990 to honor broadcaster Salty Brine . The area offers ocean swimming and saltwater fishing. A 2,800-square-foot beach pavilion and boardwalk were added to the facility in 2010.
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  • 9. East Bay Bike Path Rhode Island
    East Providence is a city in Providence County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 47,037 at the 2010 census, making it the fifth largest city in the state.
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  • 10. Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge Rhode Island
    Trustom Pond is a closed lagoon in South Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island, United States. It is one of nine coastal lagoons in southern Rhode Island. It has a surface area of 800 acres , and is the only undeveloped salt pond in the state. The pond averages 1.3 feet deep, and has a salinity level of 5 parts per thousand. It is non-tidal, except when breached by storms. The water directly receives about 219,844,022 US gallons of precipitation per year, with an estimated 796,215 US gallons in daily groundwater flow. No streams flow into the pond, though a nearby stream captures water that otherwise would have flowed to Trustom Pond.Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge, inhabited by over 300 species of birds, 40 species of mammals, and 20 species of rep...
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  • 12. The Breakers Newport
    SS United States is a retired passenger liner built in 1950–51 for the United States Lines at a cost of US$79.4 million . The ship is the largest ocean liner constructed entirely in the United States and the fastest ocean liner to cross the Atlantic in either direction, retaining the Blue Riband for the highest average speed since her maiden voyage in 1952. She was designed by American naval architect William Francis Gibbs and could be converted into a troopship if required by the Navy in time of war. The United States maintained an uninterrupted schedule of transatlantic passenger service until 1969 and was never used as a troopship. The ship has been sold several times since the 1970s, with each new owner trying unsuccessfully to make the liner profitable. Eventually, the ship's fittin...
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  • 13. Ocean Drive Historic District Newport
    State Route 1 is a major north–south state highway that runs along most of the Pacific coastline of the U.S. state of California. At a total of just over 659 miles , it is the longest state route in California. SR 1 has several portions designated as either Pacific Coast Highway , Cabrillo Highway, Shoreline Highway, or Coast Highway. Its southern terminus is at Interstate 5 near Dana Point in Orange County and its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 101 near Leggett in Mendocino County. SR 1 also at times runs concurrently with US 101, most notably through a 54-mile stretch in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, and across the Golden Gate Bridge. The highway is designated as an All-American Road. In addition to providing a scenic route to numerous attractions along the coast, the route a...
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  • 14. Beavertail Lighthouse and Park Jamestown Rhode Island
    Beavertail Lighthouse was built in 1856 and is the premier lighthouse in Rhode Island, marking the entrance to Narragansett Bay. The 64-foot lighthouse lies on the southernmost point of Conanicut Island in the town of Jamestown, Rhode Island in Beavertail State Park, on a site where beacons have stood since the early 18th century. The light provides navigation for boats and ships entering Narragansett Bay in the East Passage between Conanicut Island and Newport, Rhode Island on Aquidneck Island. Other lighthouses are visible from Beavertail Lighthouse, such as Castle Hill Lighthouse, Point Judith Light, and Rose Island Light.
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