Rhode Island Hotel Reservations
Visiting Rhode Island
As you draw up plans to explore New England in late 2016 or early 2017, make sure you include an exploration through Rhode Island on the agenda. Home to some of the Northeast’s premier attractions and most-charming cities and towns, Rhode Island will certainly yield loads of fun for all who visit. From Seekonk to Warwick and West Greenwich to Providence, your tour of Rhode Island is sure to be unforgettable.
One of the most popular activates Rhode Island visitors enjoy during autumn is fall foliage tours. Across the state you can find a wealth of excellent destinations, each yielding truly impressive views of the reds, oranges, yellows, and more. In the Newport Region visit Fort Adams State Park, while the Scituate Loop is an ideal way to see some fall foliage in the Blackstone Valley region.
For an impressive and edifying experience in Rhode Island – and one the kids won’t soon forget – visit the Rhode Island Convention Center through January 1st and checkout Body Worlds Vital. Starting each day at 10 a.m., Body Worlds Vital features a wide range of exhibits, each with real human bodies, celebrating the potential of the human body.
You and the family can enjoy a festive and fun 2016 holiday celebration in Rhode Island during your visit. Make your way to the Providence Performing Arts Center between December 16th and 18th for your chance to see the classic play The Nutcracker. Presented by the Festival Ballet Providence, this iconic production will surely entertain all members of the group.
When your travel plans have you visiting Rhode Island in early 2017, be sure to include a stay in Lincoln. Found just to the north of Warwick, Lincoln will be the place to be on February 17th. Check out a live performance by Grand Funk Railroad featuring Don Felder at 7 p.m. at the Twin River Casino.
On March 12th you’ll want to be in Woonsocket for one of the concert events of the spring. Visit Woonsocket’s Stadium Theatre and Performing Arts Centre for your chance to see the Rhode Island Wind Ensemble: The Lady Sisters perform live on stage at 2 p.m. They’ll be performing their show Sounds of Swing.
The Stadium Theatre will also be hosting one of the early summer’s premier concert events. Visit Woonsocket on May 13th at 8 p.m. for your chance to see Glen Burtnick’s Summer of Love Concert, as part of the 50th Anniversary Tour. Burtnick, of STYX fame, will perform an array of original songs, coupled with some of your favorite groovy 60s hits from the Beatles.
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Rhode Island Events
2016 Food Truck Friday
Each and every Friday all summer long, Carousel Village at the Roger Wills Park Zoo hosts Food Truck Friday. There will be live music, a beer garden, and tons of kids' activities. This event is free, with fees for certain activities.