Rhode Island enjoys a temperate climate, allowing for full manifestation of the four seasons. The warmest months of the year are April through October. Near the end of May, 70 degree temperatures become common, reaching into the 80s and occasionally the 90s during June, July and August - perfect for beach going. Temperatures begin to fall off again in mid-September at the onset of the colorful fall foliage season, which lasts through early November.
Rhode Island has no measurable "rainy" or "dry" season; precipitation falls fairly evenly throughout the year. The first measurable snowfall of winter usually comes toward the end of November. Beginning in December and lasting through mid-March, freezing temperatures are common daily. The month of greatest snowfall is February, with January and March close behind. It is unusual, however, for the ground to remain covered with snow for a long period of time.
The Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau's Visitor Information Centers are open to answer questions and provide expert advice on how to make the most of your stay in the Providence area. Our information specialists can assist you with planning either an entire trip - from accommodations to transportation - or a fun-filled day.
With two locations in the heart of downtown, both centers are just steps away from hotels, restaurants, shopping and other major attractions.
Two Convenient Locations:
Main Visitor Information Center
Rhode Island Convention Center (street level)
One Sabin St., Providence, RI
401-751-1177 | 1-800-233-1636
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - Saturday | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Public restrooms and an ATM are located on the premises
- Retail shop and an audio walking tour available here
Satellite Visitor Information Center
IGT Center (street level)
10 Memorial Blvd., Providence, RI
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - Friday | 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
For information on what to see and do in Providence email info@GoProvidence.com.