Welcome to Rhode Island
Rhode Island, the smallest of the US states, isn't actually an island. Although it only takes about an hour to traverse, this little wonder packs in more than 400 miles of coastline with wonderful, white-sand swimming beaches and some of the country's finest historic architecture, galleries and museums. What's more, Rhode Islanders are about as friendly as folks come.
Highlights in Rhode Island
Experience Rhode Island
Cultural & Theme Tours
Newport Mansions and Waterfront Sightseeing From Boston
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Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours
Newport Harbor Cruise Aboard Former America's Cup Sailboat
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Transfers & Ground Transport
Providence TF Green PVD Airport Private Transfer to Hotel
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Holiday & Seasonal Tours
10-Day New England Fall Foliage Tour including Cape Cod
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