WaterFire, an award-winning fire sculpture installation on the three rivers in downtown Providence, has become a must-see for visitors.
During the fall and Halloween season, Providence, RI is brimming with ways to scare up some fun. Don't miss the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams Park Zoo with its scores of illuminated and intricately carved pumpkins. Take a walk (or boat ride) on Providence's paranormal side on a Providence Ghost Tour and listen to some of the city's haunted tales.
Literary fans will be interested to learn that H.P. Lovecraft, famed author of horror fiction, lived most of his life in Providence. Visit his grave in Swan Point Cemetery and see what mysterious mementos his fans have left behind. Looking for something a little less spooky? How about a warm meal and some pumpkin-inspired ales and cocktails at a local haunt.
Book an overnight at one of the city’s fabulous hotels, and curate a Halloween getaway that is uniquely yours. Pick your wicked Providence today.
Fall is almost here and with it comes the apple- and pumpkin-picking season. Plenty of people like to pick their own fruit, and the fall season is the best time to do so with the crisp weather and changing leaves.
The long summer days may be slipping away, but there's still time to grab your sunglasses and some friends and raise a glass to beer garden season! There's no shortage of options to sit outside and sip some suds throughout the Providence area this fall. Trinity Beer...