Rhode Island Travel and Tourism

Travel information for Rhode Island

  • Rhode Island State Facts General information about Rhode Island. Includes state facts, symbols, maps, etc.
  • Waterplace Park – Providence WaterFire, Barnaby Evans’ award winning fire sculpture installation on the three rivers in downtown Providence, has been praised by Rhode Island residents and international visitors alike as a powerful work of art and a moving symbol of Providence’s renaissance.
  • Museum of Natural History and Planetarium – Providence The Museum of Natural History is Rhode Island’s only natural history museum and is home to the state’s only planetarium.
  • RISD Museum – Providence The RISD Museum traces the history of art from antiquity to the present through special exhibitions and a collection of nearly 80,000 works of art in all media, representing cultures around the world.
  • Slater Mill Historic Site – Pawtucket Slater Mill is a Living History museum where you can take part in the lives of the New England villagers, inventors, artisans, and entrepreneurs who created the American Industrial Revolution.
  • Touro Synagogue – Newport Synagogue designed by Peter Harrison, America’s most famous 18th century architect.
  • National Wildlife Refuge Complex – Charlestown