Marble House 596 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI02840 Marble House was built as a summer "cottage" between 1888 and 1892 for Mr. and Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt. Designed by…More the architect Richard Morris Hunt, the house was Vanderbilt's gift to his wife to celebrate her 39th birthday. The house was acquired by the Preservation Society in 1963 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 2006. Marble House is open for tours from June through September.
Francis Malbone House Inn 392 Thames St, Newport, RI02840 Built in 1760, Open since 1989, the Francis Malbone House offers luxurious accommodation at the heart of downtown…More Newport. Breakfast and afternoon tea are included.
Newport Tokyo House Sushi & Hibachi 6 Equality Park Pl, Newport, RI02840 Open since 2005, Newport Tokyo House features three hibachi chef's who cook while you watch and a separate sushi bar.…More Newport Tokyo has a selection of wine, japanese beers and sake. The interior is elegant yet relaxed, with an authentic Japanese feel.
Miniature Occasions and Dolls 57 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI02840 Miniature Occasions and Dolls has been open since 1985. This store is mainly intended for serious collectors of…More miniatures, dolls and doll houses, but it is a great place to bring a young doll lover to get a glimpse at the world of dolls. The shop owner's of Miniature Occasions and Dolls describe the shop as a purveyor of "serious miniature real estate." Miniature houses are custom made here, and so is the miniature furniture. Miniature doll houses can even be built with plumbing and electricity systems. Nineteenth century dolls are on display and for sale, and restoration of old dolls is done here at the "Doll Hospital."
McKillop Library serves the students and faculty of Salve Regina University. The 70,000 square foot space opened in…More 1991 and currently houses approximately 150,000 volumes. The library also has more than 100 computers and wireless internet access. It is open to the public.
The building was designed to conform to the historical institutions that surround it. It was named after Dr. Lucille McKillop, the fifth and longest-running president of Salve Regina University.
Located inside of Stop & Shop, this is nevertheless a full-service bank. With a desk and chairs in the waiting…More area, it offers a bit more room than most in-store banks. Open seven days a week, their services include loans and currency exchanges. They do not offer safety deposit boxes; these are housed at the Washington Square branch.