Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau

Waterplace Park


In Providence you can do your own thing. Sample the latest dishes at a red-hot restaurant. Score a one-of-a-kind find in distinctive neighborhood shops. We’ve got tons of public art, great museums, award-winning theater and cool music. Plus, we’re affordable and easy to get to. With so many options, you can curate a vacation that is uniquely yours. Pick your Providence today. 

Father's Day Specials & Events

If those family road trips taught us anything, it's that dads usually got stuck in the...


Providence’s Pride celebration includes a spectacular Illuminated Nighttime Parade and...


From historic tours to WaterFire, performing arts to food festivals and everything in...

Calendar of Events

More Things To Do

We invite you to get out and explore these 15 neighborhoods. There are things to see, do, eat... Learn More ›

Educational and entertaining, Providence has plenty of attractions, events and things to do for... Learn More ›

Vacationing on a budget? The Providence area offers plenty of free activities and events. From... Learn More ›

Providence is known as an epicenter of higher education, with eight college and university campuses... Learn More ›


From boutiques to department stores, Providence offers ample shopping. 


There is always something fun and exciting to do in Providence at night. Sing your heart out at...

Tours & Excursions

Immerse yourself in Providence's fascinating history, local lore and quirky tales by...

WaterFire Providence 

Providence's signature event, WaterFire, features a series of nearly 100 bonfires crackling just above the surface of the three rivers that run through the city. Take a look at the video below for a glimpse of this spectacular event.

Roger Williams Park

Roger Williams Park is a top-notch family attraction that has delighted generations of visitors. The zoo earns rave reviews and stellar attendance each year at its Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular. The park also contains waterways, walks, the Botanical Center, Carousel Village, and the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium