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.
We know that during this time of COVID-19, we're all staying put for the moment. But that doesn't mean you can't daydream about your next trip. We've pulled together some fun things below so you can virtually explore Providence in the meantime. And when all of this is over, Providence's tourism community will be here waiting and excited to welcome you to our destination.
Going a little stir crazy? Check out the virtual tours below to take a peek inside some of Providence's attractions. Then you can start making plans to come visit them in person soon.
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 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.
Roger Williams Park Zoo is having a Facebook Live virtual class every Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m. You'll be able to get a behind-the-scenes look at some of your favorite animals.