What to do in Rhode Island
Little Rhody is packed with 400 miles of coastline and 20 percent of the country’s historic landmarks. Newport is the sailing capital of the world, home to the famed Gilded Age mansions. Providence’s celebrated restaurants, award-winning theatre, and vibrant arts scene is enhanced by an elaborate river-walk. Block Island’s natural beauty beckons you to unwind. Whether you choose South County’s pristine beaches, East Bay’s magnificent coastal bikeway, footsteps through history in Blackstone Valley, or shopping in Warwick, you'll experience authentic Rhode Island.
We've got more than 100 beaches crammed into our tiny frame.
Charter a boat and snag a blue or battle some bass in a pristine river.
Relax on a narrated boat cruise along the islands of the Bay.
Farms and Gardens
Enjoy the scenery, excite the senses or soothe the soul down on the farm.
Special events, fairs, festivals, and concerts are happening year-round.
Jewels of the Bay
There are scores of ways to explore Narragansett Bay for fun and learning.
Explore our rich heritage, breathtaking scenery, and mouth-watering cuisine.
Discover the natural gems located in every corner of our state.
We may be the smallest state, but our food fanfare is second to none.
Our protected harbors and inlets provide a perfect refuge to enjoy the water.
Learn where to let loose after a memorable day of unwinding.
Our 40 golf courses offer some of the best green in the country.
Hundreds of acres just waiting to be conquered. Are you game?
Here, a bicycle can not only provide recreation; but practical transportation.
Whitewater or flatwater...we got it.
Our islands and coastal areas provide a variety of hiking opportunities.
Simple pleasures often make up our sweetest memories.