Tours in Rhode Island


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  • Prospect Terrace Park
    In 2006, friends Mike and Courtney—independent researcher for the historical society and ghost tour guide, respectively—drew up a unique business plan to spook Providence locals and tourists alike with fact-based ghost tours. Their combined interests in the paranormal and knack for research led them to pillage the minds of staff members and records at the Providence Historical Society, the public library, and the Rhode Island State Archives for accounts of abnormal and violent events. They dug through old files and microforms of oft-forgotten morbid events—including murders, suicides, and fires—gathering facts to present objective stories about real people. Once they’d crammed their skeptical minds with grim and gloomy facts, the tours were ready to begin. Today, these truthful and skeptical accounts of paranormal activity chill the spines of tourists and terrified library books as guides lead walking tours, lit by lantern, through centuries-old Providence streets. Since its inception, Providence Ghost Tour has been counted among TripAdvisor's top 10 ghost tours in America, and was featured on an overnight paranormal investigation with Syfy's Ghost Hunters frontmen, Brian Harnois and Keith Johnson.
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    60 Congdon St
    Providence, RI US
  • New England Action Sports
    Motorcoaches shuttle groups of skiers and riders to day, midweek, or weekend ski trips organized by New England Action Sports. In addition to scheduling transportation and lodging both local and international group excursions, the staff also provides ski-equipment rentals as well as tune-ups for clients who wish to bring their own skiing gear.
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    200 Bald Hill Rd, Ste 109
    Warwick, RI US
  • Travel Leaders
    Travel Leaders RI's professional agents help day-trippers explore exciting destinations for business and pleasure. The bus trip includes a full day in New York City, with plenty of time to explore the Big Apple and the Feast of San Gennaro itself, where an expected one million people celebrate Italian-American culture, the splendor of good walking shoes, and the patron saint of Naples. The 55-passenger air-conditioned bus, which plies passengers with a restroom and reclining seats, rolls out of the Cranston at 6:00 a.m. for a nonstop 3.5-hour journey to New York City and its non-hot-dog-related spoils.
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    150 Midway Rd
    Cranston, RI US
  • Blackstone Valley Tourism Council
    Join the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council for the second annual Leisurely Bike Tour, tracing a laid-back path through the historic Blackstone River Valley, which saw the birth of the American Industrial Revolution. Throughout the three-hour tour, which takes off from Pawtucket Visitor's Center, cyclists cruise through four Blackstone Valley communities while noshing on historical tidbits imparted by tour guide and Blackstone Valley Tourism Council president Robert Billington. Feast eyes upon historic sights such as Pawtucket River, King Phillips War battle sites, and a 13-foot-tall tomahawk and the grave of the 78-foot-tall warrior who wielded it. For mid-cycling sustenance, the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council fills each belly with complimentary water and an energy bar.
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    175 Main Street
    Pawtucket, RI US
  • Woonsocket Railroad Depot
    Join the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council for the second annual Leisurely Bike Tour, tracing a laid-back path through the historic Blackstone River Valley, which saw the birth of the American Industrial Revolution. Throughout the three-hour tour, which takes off from Pawtucket Visitor's Center, cyclists cruise through four Blackstone Valley communities while noshing on historical tidbits imparted by tour guide and Blackstone Valley Tourism Council president Robert Billington. Feast eyes upon historic sights such as Pawtucket River, King Phillips War battle sites, and a 13-foot-tall tomahawk and the grave of the 78-foot-tall warrior who wielded it. For mid-cycling sustenance, the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council fills each belly with complimentary water and an energy bar.
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    1 Depot Square
    Woonsocket, RI US
  • Shelalara Vineyards & Winery
    At ShelaLara Vineyards & Winery, vintners work with modern equipment to produce more than 20 different wines. Using grapes and fruit imported from California and other sun-soaked regions, the enophiles fill tanks with sweet elixirs including their in-house specialty wine slush. The glacier wines, fruit essences, and vintage wines run a colorful gamut from the off purple of the sky just after sunset to the hue of warm honey. ShelaLara?s winemaking process, including fermentation, bottling, and 21-gun salutes following spills, all takes place in Rhode Island.
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    21 Reservoir Road
    Coventry, RI US
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