- TripBuzz found 292 things to do with kids in or near Newport, Rhode Island, including 265 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fall River, Providence, Narragansett and Warwick.
- From Gooseberry Beach to Easton's Beach, the Newport area offers 111 different types of family activities, including: Historic Homes, History Museums, Beaches and National & State Parks.
- Tree covered mountain and sweeping waterfront views make up the scenery of Newport, Rhode Island. The seaside city on the states Aquidneck Island is a popular tourist destination. The areas most popular attractions include water recreation, hiking, historical walking tours of the areas Colonial architecture, museums and the cities annual Jazz Festival.
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44% 16 votes
913 Fort Getty Road, Jamestown, RI MoreLess Info
Used as a military fort during both World Wars, Fort Getty Park now stands as a historical reminder of Jamestown's early years. The park offers bayside camping, picnic areas and scenic views of the surrounding waterways.
100% 4 votes
455 North Rd., Jamestown, RI 02835 MoreLess Info
As a historic property, Watson Farm is a European farmhouse from the 18th century that is in operation to this day. The farm has designated hours where visitors can tour the barns, pet animals, and walk through the fields.
99% 323 votes
Beavertail Rd., Jamestown, RI MoreLess Info
Featuring a lighthouse that was built in 1856, Beavertail Light and Park, is now part of the Rhode Island Parks System. The area includes hiking/biking trails, Lighthouse Museum, and a breath-taking view from the rocky perimeter at the ocean's edge.
25% 4 votes
Fort Getty Road, Jamestown, RI 02835 MoreLess Info
Fort Getty Recreational Area, once used during World War I and II, is now used primarily as a camp ground. They offer a boat ramp, fishing dock, dumping station and comfort stations along with water and electric hookups for trailers.
100% 1 votes
Beavertail Road, Jamestown, RI 2835 MoreLess Info
Located inside Beavertail State Park, the Beavertail Aquarium is a managed, small aquatic site that houses a variety of salt water fish and shell fish. Situated within the lighthouse museum in the park, the aquarium is open to visitors daily.
57% 7 votes
1942 West Main Road, Middletown, RI MoreLess Info
With cows, geese, sheep and Tennessee Fainting Goats, the Simmons Farm Petting Zoo has a wide variety of traditional farm animals available for viewing and petting. Cones of grain to feed the animals are available at the farm's produce stand.
81% 21 votes
2009 West Main Road, Middletown, RI 2842 MoreLess Info
Kids and adults love to visit Prescott Farm in Middletown, Rhode Island. This working produce farm has a large store that sells fruits, vegetables, preserves, snacks, prepared foods and souvenirs.
33% 3 votes
Battery Lane, Jamestown, RI 02835 MoreLess Info
A park spanning 22 acres, Conanicut Battery National Historical Park was once the site of fort from the Revolutionary War. The park offers views of the the west passage of Narragansett Bay and plaques explaining the history of certain areas.
75% 4 votes
Dunes Road, Narragansett, RI 02882 MoreLess Info
Bonnet Shores Beach is a small-crescent beach on the north of Narragansett Bay. The beach features rocks which people can climb or dive off as well as little tide pools that provide opportunities for swimming and exploring.
100% 1 votes
Sandy Point, Portsmouth, RI 2872 MoreLess Info
Built on Sandy Point in the 1850s, the Prudence Island Lighthouse is valued both as an historic place and a still-active signal light. Owned by the US Coast Guard, the building is open to visitors only by special arrangement.