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there are many things to see and do on Aquidneck Island. The information
is submitted or compiled from promotional material distributed
for the events. Information is deemed reliable but you would be
wise to call or check the event website for the latest information.
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County Convention & Visitor's Bureau Calendar of Events
Check for events at the Inernational Yacht Restoration School (IYRS) and the Museum of Yachting here
Newport: "In Season" Guided Tours of Fort Adams
Tours depart hourly from 10am and 4pm. Tours depart from the Fort Adams Gift Shop, weather permitting. Explore Fort Adams parade field for yourself or take a guided tour of this National Historic Landmark from the top of the rampart walls to the depths of the underground tunnels. For more information visit www.fortadams.org or call 841-0707
Newport: The Newport Mansions
The Preservation Society of Newport County has properties open daily
Various days and times - Newport: Seasonal Guided Walking Tours & Historic Site Tours
at Museum of Newport History at Brick Market, 127 Thames St, Newport, RI . For regularly scheduled tours see www.newporthistorytours.org. Additional and special tours may also be found on the Newport Historical Society's Calendar Page.
Stroll through exquisitely preserved living neighborhoods and visit one of our landmark historic sites. Feel transported back to the heyday of this thriving colonial metropolis. Hear stories of revolution and ruin, struggles for religious liberty, and remarkable entrepreneurship among Newport's diverse people.
The Newport Historical Society and the Newport Restoration Foundation are your sources for authentic Newport history. Join their expert guides as they open wide the doors of history and invite you to explore Newport's central place in American history.
Various dates and Times - Tours, Workshops, Events
The Newport Restoration Foundation (founded by Doris Duke) has many events at their various properties (Rough Point, Whitehorne House, Prescott Farm). See their calendar for many interesting opportunities. www.newportrestoration.org/calendar/
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