Dining in Newport has never been better. New innovative chef-owned restaurants—up and down The Classic Coast—are joining nationally acclaimed establishments, classic lobster shacks, and hip budget-friendly hangouts, to create a delicious array of options for every taste. Check out our Map Explorer, a great tool that displays what restaurants, shops, hotels/inns and attractions are close […]
Vineyards set on acres of truly breathtaking conserved land along with spirited new breweries and distilleries are fast becoming an integral part of our coastal landscape.
The Newport Art Museum was founded in 1912 on the belief that arts and culture have the power to bring diverse groups of individuals together, which ultimately promotes civic engagement and strengthens the social fabric of our communities. This core idea continues to inform our Museum’s direction today.
The final day of the Dell Technologies Hall of Fame Open at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI on Sunday, July 23, 2017. (Ben Solomon/ITHF)
The Redwood Library and Athenæum is the oldest lending library in America, and the oldest library building in continuous use in the country.
Dylan doesn’t go electric every day (Newport ‘65 Folk Festival) but chances are somebody is plugging in or stepping up to the mic on any given day here on The Classic Coast.
There’s a feeling you get when you step foot on these beaches. The warmth of the sand. The Atlantic drying on your skin. The perfect amount of sunshine and sea breeze. It’s where relief and invigoration meet, and it’s completely classic.