Monuments and memorials
Williams National Memorial in Providence
This is a park in memory of the founder of
Providence, Roger Williams, who founded the city in 1636
and guaranteed religious freedom for everyone here.
Theater and opera houses
Providence Performing Arts Center
This is an elaborately restored Art Deco
theater from 1928. Concerts, comedy performances and
Broadway musicals are performed here.
Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel in Providence
The legendary music club is the venue for
numerous rock concerts
Newport Blues Café
The intimate atmosphere and the best blues
scene beyond New York make this shop something that
every music lover shouldn't miss.
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Museums and exhibition venues
Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art
in Providence In
addition to 20th century American art, this
museum also shows ancient art from Greece and
handicrafts. It is part of Brown University.
Newport Art Museum
Here, works of art from the Newport area from
the past two centuries and the present are exhibited.
Art courses are also offered here.
Museum of Work and Culture in Pawtucket
Exhibition on the history of mill workers in
the 19th century.
Culinary Archives & Museum
Here the history of eating or eating culture becomes
tangible for the visitor. The exhibits range from old
cookbooks to serving trolleys from the early 20th
International Tennis Hall of Fame
This is the largest tennis museum in the world.
It is located in the tennis club where the first
American tennis championship took place in 1881.