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Warwick & West Bay Region

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Warwick & West Bay Region

Centrally located, you will find an array of family fun activities worth exploring; from summer boating & horseback riding to fall pumpkin patches & apple orchards. If libations are your jam, you will enjoy the four breweries and two vineyards found in this neck of the woods.

Also, Warwick is home to Rhode Island’s T.F. Green Airport, according to USA Today’s reader’s, one of the best small airports in the country for convenience and comfort.

Activities &

attractions

Conimicut Point

Scenic waterfront park with sandy beaches, a picnic area, kayaking & canoeing. A peaceful setting with great bay views and vantage point for the Conimicut Point Lighthouse.

The Gamm Theatre

The Gamm is one of the region’s premier professional theaters and a cultural assets since its founding in 1984. A destination for critically acclaimed productions, including numerous world and regional premieres, they are recipients of several high profile awards.

Clouds Hill Museum

The house at Clouds Hill was built as a wedding gift for Elizabeth Ives Slater on her marriage to Alfred Augustus Reed, Jr. The home was designed by William Walker & Sons, designer of many Rhode Island buildings, including most of the armories. See the House,  Carriage Museum and Arboretum.

Steamship Historical Society of America

The World’s Leading Organization dedicated to recording, preserving and sharing the history of engine-powered vessels.

Pawtuxet Village

The oldest village in New England, settled in 1642. The most serious early act of defiance of the American Revolution occurred in Warwick, off Pawtuxet Village on June 8, 1772, when the British revenue schooner, the Gaspee, was burned.

TF Green Airport

Theodore Francis Green Memorial State Airport (T.F. Green Airport), is the main international airport serving Rhode Island. It is also the host for the New England Patriots and has been named the 2nd best small airport in the country making it a great alternative to Boston’s Logan Airport.

Local

Accomodations

Nylo hotel

A hip urban boutique hotel located in a historic mill along the Pawtuxet River offering industrial loft style guest rooms with exposed bricks and outdoor dining along the river.

Crowne Plaza at the crossings

Newly transformed with an elevated guest experience and more opportunities to work or relax within the hotel. Just 3 minutes from T.F. Green Airport (free shuttle service), 15 minutes to Downtown Providence or 25 Minutes to Newport they are centrally located.

Edgewood Manor Hotel Bed and Breakfast

This historic Greek Revival Mansion, circa 1905, is elegantly appointed with exquisite antiques and fabulous artwork.They offer beautiful bedrooms, magnificent sitting rooms, and lovely gardens, just 3.5 miles from the airport.

Authentically

Rhode island foodie tours

The bounty of Rhode Island stems from its earliest days when Native Americans taught the early settlers how to farm and fish along its 420 miles of coastline. From clambakes to johnny cakes, our culinary traditions are literally pond to plate and farm to fork.

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