Cozy beach towns, deliciously fresh seafood, and a buzzing art scene: discover the best of the Ocean State with Moon Rhode Island. Inside you'll find:
- Flexible, strategic itineraries including a weeklong tour of the state and a coastal weekend getaway, with ideas for families, foodies, beachgoers, and art lovers
- The top sights and unique activities: Stroll through Providence's Waterplace Park and take a gondola ride, gallery-hop in College Hill, and feast on authentic Italian food in Federal Hill. Visit a world-class museum or check out the underground art scene, take a paddleboard lesson or kayak the harbor, and try one of Rhode Island's iconic foods, like quahogs or stuffies. Admire the elegant mansions of Newport, relax on the beach in South County, or go for a seaside hike on Block Island
- Honest advice from longtime local Liz Lee on when to go, how to get around, where to eat, and where to stay, from budget motels to historic inns
- Photos and detailed maps throughout
- Handy tools including tips for seniors, visitors with disabilities, and traveling with kids
- In-depth background on the culture, history, weather, and wildlife
- Full coverage of Providence, Newport, Block Island, the East Bay and Sakonnet, and South County
With Moon Rhode Island's practical tips and local insight, you can plan your trip your way.
Want to visit another top-notch New England city? Pick up Moon Boston. Driving through? Check out Moon New England Road Trip.
About the Author
Liz Lee grew up in a haunted house in East Providence, Rhode Island, an experience she's spent the last 15 years both glorifying and trying to forget. After completing a Master's degree in professional writing at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg in 2012, she returned home to Providence to rekindle her love affair with Rhode Island's delightfully strange people and places, and to find her true calling as a career waitress with writerly aspirations. When she's not writing or serving food to strangers, Liz spends her time at the beach falling off her surfboard, and riding her bicycle around the city, waiting for those fleeting moments in which the breeze and the view and the angle of the sunlight conspire to make it appear that life is perfect just the way it is. Her work has appeared in the Providence Phoenix, Providence Monthly, and Paranoia Magazine.