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Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum


Venue Phone: 401-884-9490

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CopyofHouse.jpgClouds Hill is a historic house museum at 4157 Post Road in Warwick, Rhode Island. It is located on the estate formerly known as Cedar Hill, a country estate built 1871-77 as a wedding present for Elizabeth Ives Slater Reed by her father, William S. Slater.
Opened in 1877 on 27 acres. Architect: William R. Walker

Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, has been referred to as one of Rhode Island’s hidden treasures.

A private home that has remained in the same family since it was built; is open to the public.

Clouds Hill has no paid employees but is staffed by generous volunteers. If one of our pre-scheduled exhibits does not fit your schedule, please call us and we will make very effort to make your visit possible.

We are handicap accessible to the first floor and, with advance notice, a video of the second floor is available for those who are not able to climb the stairs.

We can be reached by: Telephone at 401-884-9490 or US Postal Service at PO Box 522, East Greenwich, RI 02818


We hope to see you soon
Anne D. Holst
Wayne A. Cabral
Christine E. Cabral


4157 Post Road, East Greenwich, Rhode Island, 02818, United States

Frankie Galasso


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Frankie Galasso, Rhode Island’s OWN!

Nationally syndicated, 10 time New England Press award winner.
Appearing in 6 of the top 12 newspapers in the country and formally with the Providence Journal.
First syndicated newspaper was The Warwick Beacon.

No One captures Rhode Island like Frankie does.

Frankie devotes much of his work to preserving the history, and prompting the future of our beloved Ocean State. His character shows through in all of his works, his compilations, and cartoon icons – The Rocky Point 5K, IGGY The Doughboy and Rockin Rhody Red rooster!



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Fort Adams


Venue Phone: (401) 841-0707

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Fort_Adams_aerial-credit_onne_vanderwa_493x320lHistoric Fort Adams is operated by the Fort Adams Trust a 501(c)(3) Non-profit with a mission to protect and promote the historic places and public spaces at the gateway to Narragansett Bay and Newport.  This includes directing and supporting the stabilization, maintenance and operation of Fort Adams as a public historic site.

Geo-caching, team building, a new 436’ zip line as well as guided and self-guided tours are just a few of the new ways you can experience the Fort.  The Fort Adams Trust is rapidly turning Historic Fort Adams into Newport Rhode Island’s Adventure Learning Destination.


Fort_Adams_NCasemates_Exterior_2The Trust is developing Adventure learning activities designed to inspire you with action oriented events.  We hope you learn more during your visits about regional and military history and the Fort’s engineering and architecture.

Join the Fort Adams Trust as a Member today and know that your membership is helping restore a significant National Historic Landmark.


90 Fort Adams Drive, Newport, Rhode Island, 02840, United States

Aldrich Mansion


Venue Phone: 401-739-6850

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Overlooking beautiful Narragansett Bay, the seventy-room, French chateau hosts a unique blend of European artistry and craftsmanship reflecting an era of yesteryear. Situated on seventy-five acres, the estate provides a private, comfortable, and stately setting for wedding and social events.

Menus are customized to your needs and prepared on the premises. The Mansion schedules only one event per day, assuring your guests a relaxed atmosphere and undivided attention. The detail-oriented professionals at Aldrich Mansion are committed to making your event truly unforgettable.

Aldrich Mansion specializes in wedding and corporate events and is located just north of Newport RI on the oceanfront of Narragansett Bay. Beautiful waterfront mansion, a perfect wedding reception venue site, or place for your social events, private parties or corporate meetings and functions. The Aldrich Mansion is one of Rhode Island’s treasures on the bay.

The Aldrich Mansion and property is owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence and certain restrictions apply.

 Click on our online brochure to learn more!


836 Warwick Neck Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island, 02889, United States