Newport Off The Beaten Path

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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Newport

  • 1. The Wave

    Right by the Rhino bar is "The Wave" sculpture by KAy Worden. It's a green wave cresting with a pair of feet sticking out from it. On one of my visits Nathalie found this very amusing. Liz also thinks...

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  • 2. Channing Memorial Church

    Channing Memorial Church was constructed in the 1880 and dedicated to William Ellery Channing on the 100th anniversary of his birth. The church is constructed...

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  • 3. Commodore Matthew C Perry Monument

    The Commodore Matthew C Perry Monument stands in Touro Park facing Bellevue Avenue in the heart of Newport, RI. The statue was designed by John Quincy Adams...

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  • 4. First Lutheran Church

    The First Lutheran Church was built around 1895 or 1898. Since then it has been converted into a private home, while keeping many of the original architectural...

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  • 5. Touro Jewish Cemetery

    Touro Cemetery was dedicated in 1677, as the burial ground for Newport's Touro Synagogue. The cemetery is the second oldest Jewish cemetery in the United...

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  • 6. Odlin-Otis House - Hoistoric Home, Spring St.

    The Odlin-Otis House was constructed around 1705. Over the years the house was slowly expanded and modified to add rooms, and it even became a duplex in the...

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  • 7. Elephant Ears

    We were in Country Kettle Fudge when Liz spotted some Elephant Ears. I personally didn't think they were elephant ears, they were not the ones I was accustomed...

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  • 8. Brenton Point State Park, Ocean Ave.

    We were trying to find the mansions and just kept turning right off the Interstate, and ended up following Harrison Ave./Ridge Rd. out to Brenton Point. We...

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  • 9. Women's Right To Vote Meeting House

    After Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont died (1908) Alva Erskine Smith Vanderbilt Belmont reopened Marble House. In 1909, she founded the Political Equality League....

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  • 10. Newport Regatta Club

    Located on Goat Island. Take advantage of the amazing views of the harbor and Newport Bridge. Pack a sandwich and chill on the gorgeous green lawn and ocean...

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  • 11. HAMMERSMITH FARM. 28-room...

    HAMMERSMITH FARM.28-room cedar-shingled cottage located on the East Passage of Narragansett Bay and surrounded by acres of beautifully landscaped gardens.Summer...

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  • 12. Porta Potties?!

    Yes Newport has PortaPotties right by Cliff Walk near the Breakers. I was a bit surprised and shocked they were there but I guess it could be worse...I think.

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  • 13. Independence Day

    We came to Newport to see the Independence Day fireworks... much better viewed with a reflection of water in the foreground.

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