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Why Visit Rhode Island?

Rhode Island, situated in the New England region of the northeastern United States, is celebrated for its small size, picturesque coastline, and a significant role in American history. The state’s capital is Providence, while its largest city is also Providence.

Rhode Island’s landscapes feature scenic coastal areas, sandy shores, and picturesque islands like Newport, known for historic mansions. Its history is marked by early colonial settlements, staunch support for religious freedom, and a pivotal role in American Revolution. Rhode Island is renowned for maritime heritage, exemplified by its nickname “The Ocean State,” and for hosting the Tennis Hall of Fame.