by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Haven Brothers Diner
From a horse-drawn wagon in 1888 to a modern mobile diner.
Johnson & Wales Culinary Arts Museum
Celebrating the history of gastronomy and all things food.
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design
Displays works from Monet and Warhol, plus ancient art.
Roger Williams Park
Relaxing, green park full of natural beauty and activities.
Rhode Island's massive, neoclassical capitol building.
Thayer Street at Brown University
Perfect historic street for lingering on the Brown campus.
This 1838 library showcases Greek revival architecture.
The Dancing Cop
Make it a point to track down this dancing traffic cop.
The First Baptist Church in America
First Baptist church in America, founded by Roger Williams.
Installment featuring 100 bonfire pits set atop the river.
FEATURED // State House
FEATURED // The Avery
FEATURED // Mill’s Tavern
FEATURED // Craftland
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