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All reviews seafood sea lions fishing boats bay front fresh fish working port fish processing local ocean candy shops wax museum salt water taffy lots of shops shrimp tourist shops undersea gardens great place to walk fun to watch
A very enjoyable experience walking both sides of the street. Excellent food, sweet treats, fresh seafoodvright off th boats, beautiful products by local artisans. Very relaxed vibe. Anything you're looking for can probably be found in these few blocks
Always a great place to visit whether it is by yourself, with a friend, a couple's getaway or with the whole family. There is a little bit for everyone. Great attractions to walk through. A lot of fun shops to browse and buy great gifts...More
The bay front has a lot of restaurants, bars, entertainment, and fishing businesses. It is very busy and parking is really hard to find sometimes. Most of the parking is off street. When it’s really crowded it’s hard to walk around because the cars are...More
I really don't know why I don't visit Newport more often; I really enjoy the bay front. There are some of the normal cheesy souvenir shops, but there are also some very nice galleries and restaurants also. Not to mention the fun show the seals...More
Charming small clean fisherman wharf type area w view of the bridge and sunset show in sky of color. Loud and stinky seal show.. fishing boats arriving and Atheneum wooden doc w men arriving in rubber boots and cleaning their gear and boats..has a tourist...More
My wife and I loved the Newport Historic Bayfront. We walked near the boats and we also saw lots of seals. That was quite unique!
There were also lots of stores. They make it attractive with their murals.
There are some nice ice-cream shops and...More
There are two parts of the Bayfront: The shop and restaurant and cannery part, which includes a close-up look at the sea lions as well as some very fine shops; as you continue walking east, there's a nice bayfront promenade from which you can easily...More