The Rhode Island Tourism Division is the official tourism office providing information and services for both the leisure and business traveller. Rhode Island offers the best of New England’s heritage and four seasons of natural beauty. Enjoy 400 miles of winding coastline along Narragansett Bay and the Atlantic, elegant Newport Mansions, sandy South County beaches, spectacular ocean vistas on Block Island, historic Blackstone River Valley, the shopping mecca of the City of Warwick, and one of Rhode Island’s best kept secrets - quaint Bristol, known for its beautiful homes, historic treasures and New England harbour.
From the Riverwalk of Providence you’ll see music festivals, as well as festivals featuring art, seafood, Native American life, ethnic heritage, Colonial life, maritime heritage, an award-winning zoo, and much more. Our compact size means you are never far from our many museums, historic homes and art galleries. Accommodation includes fullservice hotels, quaint country inns and seaside B&Bs. Nationally praised restaurants offer creative seafood and ethnic dishes. Create your own vacation memories that will last a whole lifetime - the choices are endless. And there's easy access from Boston, New York and Philadelphia by air, rail and highway.
||1214 square miles|
||1 million people|
||EST – 5 hrs behind the UK|
||average in January - 32°F (0°C), average July - 72°F (22°C)|
||Roger Williams National Park and 15 State Parks|