Includes: Cliff Walk, The Marble House & Ocean Drive

The Marble House

Newport, Rhode Island is famous for the late 19th-century Gilded Age mansions . Built by American aristocracy, these treasure houses are full of gilt, marble, paintings and antiques. But the city dates back to 1639, with English-style streets, America oldest pub (White Horse Tavern), synagogue (Trouro), and library (Redwood), as well as the finest of 17th, 18th and 19th-century architecture. A holiday resort for the past 150 years, it is now a year-round destination, with world-class festivals for jazz, folk & classical music.

Cliff Walk & Newport Bridge

Touro Synagogue & Tennis Hall of Fame

Bus leaves 80 Boylston Street @ 8:30AM & returns @ 6:30PM
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