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Rhode Island Sightseeing
Rhode Island may be the country’s smallest state, but it’s big on things to do.
Also known as The Ocean State, Rhode Island has several large bays and inlets. If you like to swim, fish or boat, you won’t have to travel far. Our coast is also lined with picturesque beaches.
If you’re enjoying the ocean near Newport, don’t miss the historic Newport Mansions, a stroll along the Cliffwalk, or its famed jazz and folk festivals.
Sports fans will find plenty to cheer for: Nearby McCoy Stadium is home to the Pawtucket Red Sox, the Boston Red Sox’s AAA minor league affiliate; the Providence Bruins, affiliate of the Boston Bruins, play in downtown Providence; the New England Patriots play about 18 miles north.
Whatever you choose to do, getting there is easy. The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) has 58 bus lines, 2 trolley lines, and a seasonal ferry to Newport. Hop on the Commuter Rail to head to Boston or on an Amtrak train to see the country. Ferries are also available to Block Island and Prudence Island.
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