The City of Providence prides itself on its diversity of options - from the sizzling culinary scene, to the burgeoning arts and theatre opportunities, and great array of family-friendly attractions. For a complete and up-to-date list of events, visit GoProvidence.com.
With Its world-famous restaurants, eclectic shopping, and unique art galleries Federal Hill is a unique destination in its own right. Named one of the top ten Little Italys by the Food Network's Mario Batali, Federal Hill is well worth a visit. www.ProvidenceFederalHill.com
Providence Place Mall
With more than 170 stores, 8 restaurants, and entertainment venues, you'll find something for every age, taste and style
Located along Westminster Street in downtown Providence, Downcity showcases storefront after storefront of unique furnishings, contemporary cothing, unique gifts, fine wines, eccentric cheeses and more
Providence Children's Museum
Rhode Island's only hands-on museum for kids and their grown-ups.
Roger Williams Park
Comprised of waterways, walks, a Botanical Center, a Carousel Village, Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, and the park''s crown jewel, Roger Williams Park Zoo.
First Baptist Church
The First Baptist Church in America has been on College Hill in downtown Providence since 1638.
Roger Williams National Memorial
Roger Williams National Memorial commemorates the life of the founder of Rhode Island and a champion of the ideal of religous freedom.
Governor Stephen Hopkins House
Visit the former home of Stephen Hopkins, ten-time governor of Rhode Island, signer of the Declaration of Independence, chancellor of Brown University. The beautiful house, visitied twice by George Washington, is a clapboard hosue with an 18th century parterre garden.
John Brown House Museum
First home to John Brown, a businessman, patriot, politician. Today this magnificent building is a place where the public can learn about the men and women who helped create Rhode Island's capital city.
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Trinity Repertory Company
Community theatre with a national reputation of excellent
Providence Performing Arts Center
The beauty of the theatre combined with excellence of the productions makes every event at the Providence Performing Arts Center a work of art.
Culinary Arts Museum
The Culinary Arts Museum at Johnson & Wales University is the premier museum devoted to the preservation of the history of the culinary and hospitality industries.
The Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, also known as the RISD Museum, is Rhode Islad's leading museum of fine and decorative art, housing a collection of 84,000 objects of international significance.