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Beechwood Art Museum

Beechwood Art Museum

As recently announced in the Newport Daily News, Astor’s Beechwood mansion which was purchased by Larry Ellison of Oracle about two years ago is slated to become the new home of Beechwood Art Museum which will house Ellison’s collection of 19th Century art. For those who do not know, Larry Ellison is the founder and […]

Newport Restoration Foundation Upcoming Events

The Newport Restoration Foundation has a lot of interesting and fun activities throughout the year. These are just some of the recent ones I found out about. Windmill Wednesdays: On the last Wednesday of the month, June through September, Have you always wanted to see the inside of the 1812 Prescott Farm windmill? Now is […]

Prescott Farm – where Past Meets Present

Learn how an 1812 Windmill works. Discover interesting facts about the Revolutionary War. ¬†Explore the flower and herb gardens managed by Master Gardeners. See the ducks and geese. Snack on 18th century treats. Enjoy period games. At Prescott Farm, there is something for everyone. Prescott Farm is owned and managed by the Newport Restoration Foundation. […]

Fancy A Cuppa?

Fancy A Cuppa? is an online website that was started by Simon Duffin, an afternoon tea drinker and his partner, Anita Volkert, a late comer to tea but who nevertheless loves it. This online version of their book presents both sides of the world’s passions, Tea and Coffee. Simon and Anita have travelled the world […]

Touro Synagogue – Loeb Visitors Center

Touro Synagogue Congregation was founded in 1658 by Jews fleeing the inquisition and has since become a symbol of religious freedom for all Americans. The current synagogue was designed by Peter Harrison, a well know Newport architect at the time. Dedicated in 1763, it is considered one of the most architecturally distinguished buildings of 18th […]

Tours for Curious People opens in Newport, Rhode Island

Tour for Curious People has recently opened in Newport, Rhode Island and it is a must do while visiting Newport. Started by Carol Miller, a native Newporter whose family has a long history in Newport. Carol takes her clients on a tour of the Point district of Newport, an area rich in history that goes […]

Spring Seasons Inn Tea Room Featured in Victoria Magazine

The Tea Room at The Spring Seasons Inn was recently featured in Victoria Magazine, a prestigious magazine that covers decorating, enterprising women, traveling and entertaining. The May/June, 2012 issue has a touring article, entitled Sumer by the Sea and covers historic Newport and things to see and do while spending a relaxing weekend in the […]

2012 Early Spring Restaurant Week

Enjoy a three-course prix-fixe menu at many of Newport’s restaurants, from pub style restaurants to our ifner restaurants. Lunch will cost you $16 while dinner is $30. A nice way to try some of the fancier restaurants that you might not normally visit. The Convention and Visitor’s Bureau has a web site set up where […]

2012 Newport County Calendar of Events

This 2012 Calendar of Events is from the Newport & Bristol County Conventions and Visitors Bureau. If you click on an item for more details, please use your back arrow to go back to the Spring Seasons Inn and Tea Room Page. JANUARY 1 – 31 Their Manners Pleasing, and Their Education Complete: Newport Samplers […]

New Years Eve 2012 in Newport

Spend two nights in Newport at The Spring Seasons Inn for your New Year’s celebration and be treated to rooms with Jacuzzi tubs with bath salts, fireplaces and a full breakfast. Friday night wine and cheese will be served in the common areas while Saturday night, you’ll be treated to a bottle of champagne in […]

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