Typifying Newport's transformation from working seaport to tourist town, this outdoor mall houses fudge shops and clothing stores...
Touro Synagogue National Historic Site
Designed by Peter Harrison (architect of the Athenaeum and King's Chapel, Boston), this synagogue is the finest example of 18th-century...
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Newport Blues Café
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Fluke Wine Bar
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Queen Anne Sq · interesting places nearby
Trinity Church information
On Queen Anne Sq, Trinity follows the design canon of Sir Christopher Wren's Palladian churches in London. Built between 1725 and 1726, it has a fine wineglass-shaped pulpit, Tiffany stained glass, traditional box pews (warmed by the bottoms of many celebrity guests including George Washington, Queen Elizabeth II and Archbishop Desmond Tutu) and an organ once played by Handel.
Tours also run year-round right after the Sunday service (around 11am).