Bustling harbor & square lined with quaint boutiques, cafes, galleries & sightseeing tour companies. The wharf has special meaning to Jessica's family. Her grandfather, Anthony, worked there for many years and hand restored the iconic shipping anchor that is the centerpiece of the wharf. A plaque in memory of Jessica's grandfather can be found on the anchor.
Cliff Walk is world famous as a public access walk that combines the natural beauty of Newport's shoreline with the architectural history of the city's Gilded Age. Wildflowers, birds, and geology all add to this delightful walk.
Locally known as First Beach. Located on Memorial Boulevard at the start of the City's famed Cliff Walk, Easton's Beach occupies a 3/4 mile long stretch of sand with board walk and Atlantic facing surf. Be sure to stop at the snack shop at the pavilion for a lobster roll.
Marble House was built between 1888 and 1892 for Mr. and Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt. It was a summer house, or "cottage," as Newporters called them in remembrance of the modest houses of the early 19th century. But Marble House was much more; it was a social and architectural landmark that set the pace for Newport's subsequent transformation from a quiet summer colony of wooden houses to the legendary resort of opulent stone palaces.