Rhode Island Attractions

Rhode Island Attractions

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3 Popular Attractions In Rhode Island

  • Narragansett Beach: Beach in Narragansett, Rhode Island.
    • Prudence Island: Island in the Narragansett Bay, located in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

    Rhode Island Facts

    • Rhode Island has no county government. It is divided into 39 municipalities each having its own form of local government.
    • The Quonset hut was invented at Quonset Point a key naval reserve base.
    • Although Rhode Island never ratified the 18th amendment, which brought about prohibition, you cannot buy alcohol in our supermarkets.
    • The official state drink of Rhode Island is coffee milk. Autocrat has made the syrup since the 1930s, which is added to milk to make the coffee milk. Its origins are unclear but may be a nod to home from our large Italian immigrant population..
    Providence, Rhode Island
    City of Providence
    From top, left to right: Downtown Providence skyline and the Providence River, Weybosset Street and the Providence Performing Arts Center, University Hall at Brown University, the Crawford Street Bridge and Financial District, DePasquale Square inFederal Hill, Rhode Island State House
    Flag of Providence, Rhode Island

    Official seal of Providence, Rhode Island


    The Creative Capital, the Renaissance City, the Divine City, PVD, Prov

    “What Cheer?”[a]

    Interactive map of Providence

    41°49′25″N 71°25′20″W / 41.82361°N 71.42222°W / 41.82361; -71.42222Coordinates: 41°49′25″N 71°25′20″W / 41.82361°N 71.42222°W / 41.82361; -71.42222

    Country United States
    State Rhode Island
    County Providence
    Region New England
    Settled 1636
    Incorporated (town) June 1636
    Incorporated (city) November 5, 1832
    Founded by Roger Williams
    Named for Divine providence

    •Type Mayor-Council
    Mayor Jorge Elorza (D)
    •Body Providence City Council

    State capital city 20.58sqmi (53.31km2)
    •Land 18.41sqmi (47.67km2)
    •Water 2.18sqmi (5.64km2)

    75ft (23m)

    State capital city 190,934
    •Rank US: 134th
    •Density 10,371.21/sqmi (4,005.32/km2)

    1,190,956 (US: 39th)

    1,604,291 (US: 38th)
    Time zone UTC−5 (Eastern Time Zone)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    02901–02912, 02918-02919, 02940
    Area code 401
    FIPS code 44-59000[4]
    GNIS feature ID 1219851[5]
    Major highways US 1.svg US 6.svg US 44.svg Rhode Island 10.svg I-95.svg I-195.svg Rhode Island 146.svg
    Commuter Rail Amtrak logo 2.svg MBTA Commuter Rail
    Website www.providenceri.gov


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