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Providence Vacation Packages
Providence Vacation Packages
The population of this area of Rhode Island is nearly 180,000.
Give the kids a break from sightseeing and enjoy some quality time at Briggs-Boesch Farm and Launch Trampoline Park. For more family fun, head on to Crescent Park Looff Carousel and Avon Cinema.
You can take heaps of photos of the exotic creatures at Roger Williams Park Zoo and Capron Park Zoo. When you add in a zookeeper visit at World War I Memorial Park and Zoo, you are sure to have a fabulous day.
To get a feel for the beer culture in Providence, be sure to visit Foolproof Brewing Company or Bucket Brewery. At these brewhouses, you can learn all about the three different stages of beer production. Start off with brewing and bottling, and finish off with the most important of all, drinking!
Whether you're a wine enthusiast or just enjoy the occasional glass, think about spending the day at Nickle Creek Vineyard or Leyden Farm Vineyards & Winery. There's nothing better than opening a bottle of the latest blend to mark a vacation. Cheers!
On the lookout for a bit of late-night excitement? Try out your poker face at Twin River Casino, a fast-paced venue where the action never stops.
Bring along some lunch and take some time out in the peaceful, green surroundings of Kennedy Plaza and Waterplace Park. There's also plenty of space for a game or two on the grass at Roger Williams National Memorial and Goddard Memorial State Park.
A visit to Blackstone Valley Visitor Center is a useful way of getting some local information.
Are you a bird lover? Get out your binoculars and see which different species you can spot at Gorton Pond and Warwick Pond. No luck? Head on over to J L Curran Fishing Area and Providence River and have another try.
Are you looking for somewhere to relax? Listen to the swell of the ocean and the seabirds squawking overhead at Oakland Beach or Taylor Bay.
Lock your phone in the car and have a rest from the modern world at Jerimoth Hill and Arcadia Wildlife Management Area. Nature-loving visitors will also have a wonderful time at Mowry Conservation Area and Buck Hill Management Area.
The area's exhibition spaces are a gold mine of fascinating tales and achievements. Providence Children's Museum and Warwick Museum of Art offer a range of collections that are sure to capture your interest. Another two worth considering are Clouds Hill Victorian Museum and Varnum Memorial Armory.
This world of ours is a wacky and wonderful place. If you're mad enough to think otherwise, an afternoon spent at Museum of Work and Culture and Museum of Natural History and Planetarium should be enough to change your mind. The captivating specimens of Women at Work Museum are equally worth a look.
Add to your appreciation of art and design, and perhaps even find a piece to take back home at one of the numerous gallery spaces. Pay a visit to Providence Art Club and Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art to see the best of what this creative enclave has to offer. If you can fit them in, Attleboro Arts Museum and Rhode Island Watercolor Society are also well worth a look.
Even if you were never a history nerd, you'll still enjoy learning about the past at Cape Verdean Museum or Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association.
To find out more about the events and people who shaped this place, consider visiting its remaining historical sites. Start your history lesson at Rhode Island State Capitol Building or Brown University. When it comes to bygone times, there's always more to discover. Johnson and Wales University and Bank of America Tower are two more insightful places to check out.
The region's spiritual side can be experienced at First Baptist Church of America and St Ann Arts and Cultural Center. If you want to see a couple more religious sites, have a walk about First Unitarian Church of Providence and National Shrine of our Lady of La Salette.
Providence's most famed sights can overshadow its less renowned, but equally rewarding activities. Two interesting options are WaterFire Providence and Providence Athenaeum. Also, think about a trip to Pawtucket Armory Arts Center and Warwick Public Library if time allows.
Providence, being the bustling state capital of Rhode Island, boasts a huge variety of hotels and other accommodation options. On Expedia's hotels guide there are 51 Providence lodgings to select from.
Two of the higher-quality Providence accommodation options in which you will find the most comfortable guest amenities in town, are the Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel, at 5 Avenue of the Arts, and the Omni Providence Hotel, at 1 W Exchange St. If those don't suit, be sure to check out the Econo Lodge, at 101 New London Ave, and the Knights Inn Seekonk Ma, at 48 Mink Street, two of the cheaper options in town.
Connected to the Rhode Island Convention Center and Providence Place Mall, this downtown hotel is within one-quarter mile of Waterplace Park, the Providence Performing Arts Center, and the Dunkin Donuts Center.
This hotel reigns over the city's Arts and Entertainment district, a neighborhood graced with myriad shops, restaurants, and theaters, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Situated on the scenic Pawtuxet River, NYLO Providence/Warwick is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) from T. F. Green Airport. Several shopping malls and top restaurants are within walking distance, and downtown Providence is a 15-minute drive.
This Warwick hotel is across the street from the airport, 3 miles from Roger Williams Zoo, and 9 miles from downtown Providence.
This hotel is in downtown Providence located within walking distance to area attractions, shopping and restaurants. Also offers complimentary shuttle.
This hotel is within 3 blocks of Federal Hill and Providence Place Mall, and adjacent to Rhode Island Convention Center and Dunkin Donuts Center.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Lincoln Park Cemetery and within 3 mi (5 km) of Ocean State Theatre and Gorton Pond. Warwick Museum of Art and Warwick City Hall are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Lincoln Park Cemetery and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Ocean State Theatre. Roger Williams Park Zoo and Garden City Center are also within 6 mi (10 km).