Though Providence is small relative to its neighbor Boston, the city is not lacking in good food, art, or things to do. We’ve compiled some of the top attractions and restaurants in Providence and hope you take time to explore this quaint city after the meeting.
Attractions/Things To Do
WaterFire – An art installation along the rivers of Providence featuring bonfire lightings and music performances beginning at sunset.
Federal Hill – Providence’s Little Italy featuring restaurants, bakeries, and food-filled walking tours.
RISD Museum – Providence is home to one of the U.S.’s most prominent art schools, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), which boasts a museum featuring tens of thousands of works of art.
State House – For architecture and history buffs, this government building houses the world’s fourth largest self-supported dome and relics of American history.