Best Things to Do In Providence

The capital of Rhode Island is located at the northern tip Narragansett  bay. It is a charming, compact, varied, and eccentric city.

Roger Williams Park Zoo

Roger Williams Park Zoo, covering 40 acres, is not only the oldest zoo in the country but also a model for modern zoo design.

WaterFire

WaterFire

Between mid-May to late November, braziers at the river’s middle are lit  by bonfires that illuminate Downcity Providence at least twice per  month. More than 80 fires are lit from Waterplace Park to Memorial/South  Main Street Park during “Full WaterFire.

RISD Museum for Art

You can find something to satisfy your artistic interests, whether you  are a fan of Japanese prints or French Impressionists, or if you have a  passion for ancient Egyptian, early American or contemporary design.

Federal Hill

Federal Hill

Atwells Avenue is located on Federal Hill, the hill to the west from  Downcity. It is the heart of Providence’s large Italian American  population.

Waterplace Park

Waterplace Park

Although they are still difficult to pronounce the names of  Woonasquatucket and Moshassuck, the two rivers that run through  Providence, people can now see them. They were not always visible,  though.