Pelham Court Hotel

14 Pelham Street, Newport, Rhode Island, 02840, United States
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Cemetery can be fun !!

by Pawtuxet

Here we see some kids having a good time reading the old stones in the church yard at Trinity Church. Fascinating information and designs on some of these old stones. Just the thing for "grave rubbing" which is the craft of placing paper over the stone and penciling over the top of it. You are left with a "negative" of the printed stone. It's an interesting (and non invasive) pass time to appreciate the historic stones of the grave yard.

Food & Wine Festival

by Gypsystravels

The Food & Wine Festival is a yearly event held the last week of September at Newport and is an excellent way to eat and drink yourself around Newport.

You'll meet and get to sample food and wine from some of the best Chefs and Wine Experts in the coutry.

The Festival isn't cheap but for those that enjoy sampling good food and wine and getting some tips and pointers on food and wine, this is a great way to spend your time in Newport!!

The festival is usually held at two of the mansions (Marble House & Rosecliff). There are also a few different "packages" that you can purchase. Check out the official website for more information.

Grab a drink at the oldest tavern in the U.S.

by jessicadf about White Horse Tavern

We stopped in simply for a drink, though I hear it's an upscale and pricey restaurant as well. We'd driven by and seen the sign about it being the oldest tavern in the United States, so Mark and Jackie wanted to stop in for a drink while we were in town.

Stepping in to the building is definitely stepping in to a piece of history. the low, beamed ceilings, the wrought iron door latches, the smell of the wood burning fire place. The place even smells old (but not in a bad way). The original (maybe a copy of it) bill of sale for the property is framed and on the wall of the bar. Not sure. Mark and Jackie had a pint of whatever was the local beer on tap, and they enjoyed it. I had water (preggo lady that I am). If I'd been allowed to drink, I would have had some cherry Lambic.

Creating a Glass Sculpture

by Princess104

At thames glass I was able to create a glass paper weight of my own to take home. The shop is a masterpiece even if you do not partake in the glass creation process. The glass pieces are wonderful and on sale in the shop located next to where the actually glass blowing process takes place. For around $40 one can choose between making an ornament or a paper weight. Keep in mind that after the process takes place it takes a few days for the glass to cool and you can take it home...however they will ship your finished piece to you if you have to leave early.
The process was extremely cool to see the glass take shape and form. You can choose your own colors and do a lot of the process yourself (of course with guided hands to help you. They reccomend that you wear a long sleave cotton t-shirt and you have to sign a waver before hand. Also it can get extremely hot in the workshop....but if you can stand the heat I highly reccomend it!

Cliff Walking

by peterpainter

The Cliff Walk is a rare occurrence of public right of way along a continuous stretch of some of Rhode Island's most beautiful coastline. It runs before some of the most magnificently ostentatious mansions built in the U.S., right between their manicured lawns and the ocean cliffs and rocks. While some sections are a stroll, and the most difficult (mostly southern end) are a rocky scramble, it is all there for the public to enjoy. What foresight by Newport's citizens!
One can take it in sections, or walk the entire length and use the public transport trolley buses that run along Bellevue Avenue in the summer in order to get back to town for a meal and libation.
The web address below is an excellent and detailed resource.

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