Even though it is a tiny state, “Little Rhody”, New England’s most visited tourist attraction Rhode Island, is packed full of the best.
Roger Williams Park Zoo, despite its heritage as one of the oldest zoos in America, is a shining example of modern zoo ethics and design. The zoo is free of cages and allows animals to live in natural environments, so visitors are able to see them without any visible barriers.
The Museum of Art at Rhode Island School of Design, Providence is remarkable for its vast array of collections and their wide-ranging scope. The historic and contemporary textiles, as well as the dress collection, total more than 26,000 items.
Long stretches of fine white sandy beaches are what you want. Head south to Providence and head to Narragansett or South Kingstown for a series of public beaches that sit on Narragansett bay’s protected waters.
The Breakers, Newport