- TripBuzz found 149 things to do indoors in the Newport area. From National Museum of American Illustration to Trinity Church, Newport offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 153 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 56 different types of things to do inside in or near Newport, Rhode Island. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Historic Homes, History Museums, Art Museum and Theaters.
- There are 17 indoor activities in Newport, and 132 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Providence, New Bedford, Fall River and East Greenwich.
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Explore all the Newport Art Museum’s nooks and crannies during 90-minute murder-mystery shows where guests get to be part of the story
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Open to the general public from May through early September, the National Museum of American Illustration focuses on their subject from a variety of periods and styles. Housed in Vernon Court, the museum's American Imagist Collection features works by such well-known artists as Maxfield Parrish, Norman Rockwell…
One of the most famous churches in the United States is Trinity Church in Newport. George Washington once attended services at the site, and guided historic tours are conducted in the church building throughout the year.
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The International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum chronicles the history of tennis from the 12th century through present day within the former Newport Casino, one of the finest examples in the world of Victorian shingle-style architecture. Visitors can also visit touchscreen informational kiosks dedicated to the g…
The Newport Art Museum is an art museum dedicated to collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting historic and contemporary visual arts. The museum features several art exhibitions, as well as various special events and educational programs.
Originally a vacation home for a wealthy Philadelphia family, The Elms in Newport, Rhode Island was constructed in 1901. The property has several large gardens and is furnished with many original items, including fine art worth millions of dollars.
Designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt, Marble House is part of the Newport Mansions pantheon. Commissioned by the stratospherically wealthy Vanderbilt family, the elegantly-columned Marble House is now a public museum.