Rhode Island Attractions and Sightseeing
Don't Hibernate! Head to Roger Williams Park Zoo
Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, Rhode Island, is one of New England's finest zoos. The zoo is open daily year-round, so when winter chills New England, don't hibernate. Head to the zoo. This virtual photo tour provides a sneak preview of what you'll see on a winter visit to Roger Williams Park Zoo.
1 Potato, 2 Potato, 3 Potato... Score!
Mr. Potato Head is one of Rhode Island's most famous native sons, and in 2000, artists' renditions of the popular toy sprouted up all over Rhode Island! See them on this virtual tour.
How To See Rhode Island in 5 Days
From your About Guide, here's a quick itinerary to help you plan your trip to the Ocean State.
If You Burn It, They Will Come
From your About Guide, the sparkling undulation of WaterFire draws throngs to Providence, Rhode Island's capital city.
This Bristol, Rhode Island, former summer home of a coal magnate features 33 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens overlooking Narragansett Bay and Bristol harbor.
Beavertail Media's Rhode Island Bestlinx site provides this father and son guide to family-friendly outings in Rhode Island.
Jamestown Fire Department Memorial Museum
The Jamestown Fire Museum is home to antique apparatus including a horse-drawn 1894 LaFrance steam fire engine.
Rhode Island Travel & Tourism Guide
Online guide to what to see and do in Rhode Island. Plus, order your free Rhode Island vacation kit.
Order your free vacation kit and explore Rhode Island's southern seaside villages and sandy beaches.