Built in 1828, Arcade Providence is the nation's oldest indoor shopping mall. Located in downtown, the Arcade features 17 unique retails shops and 3 restaurants.
AS220 is a non-profit community arts space providing all RI artists the opportunity to live, work, exhibit or perform in our facilities.
Big Nazo Lab is an international touring group and creature-making storefront studio that blends a variety of mask, puppet, performance and visual styles with live music and audience interaction.
Come fly in our brand new helicopter - excellent visibility from every seat. See why we are the "only way to see RI." Great for all ages.
Chabot Fine Art Gallery is located on historic Federal Hill. Winner of the RI Monthly Best Art Gallery Award, the Gallery exhibits works by international, national and regional contemporary artists. ...more
City Running Tours is the premier provider of guided running tours in the United States. Offering personalized as well as social, group and corporate running tours.
Where in Providence would you find a 15-stool diner, a New England Tavern dating back to 1833 and a fully operational Skee-Ball machine, all under one roof? It may sound impossible, but the Culinary ...more
Turn an ordinary event into an extraordinary event. With private rooms, team building, delicious buffets Dave & Buster's has something for everyone.
The Dunkin' Donuts Center Providence, an SMG-managed facility, is in the heart of Rhode Island's capital city. It is a 14,000-seat multi-purpose indoor sports and entertainment venue. The arena ...more
Looking for a fun and authentic Rhode Island tour experience for part of a day, a whole day, or an evening? Come on board with Experience Rhode Island and we'll show you what's great about the Ocean ...more
Oldest Baptist Church in America and representative of one of America's choice architectural. design.
FirstWorks connects art with audiences through arts presentation, arts learning and arts creation. We seek out, cultivate, and present a range of world-class regional, national, and international arts ...more
On the third Thursday of the month, from March through November, twenty-seven of the city's hot "art spots" open their doors inviting you to a visual arts party.
Textile manufacturer Henry Lippitt, his wife and six children lived in this opulent house, a testament to the burgeoning wealth of industrial Providence. The interiors of this National Historic ...more
Stephen Hopkins was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Hosts changing exhibitions curated by Brown University students working with the Haffenreffer Museum staff.
Enter the John Brown House and step into the world of 18th century wealth and power. Trained tour guides provide hour-long tours through the museums meticulously restored rooms containing nationally ...more
The location of Brown University's rare books and manuscripts.