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The Breakers
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International Tennis Hall of Fame
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Rosecliff
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The Breakers
#1 of 20 Museums in Newport
In reality these huge mansions are magnificent museums that have captured a period of our culture and preserved for our viewing pleasure.
If you have the time, I recommend purchasing the 2 or 5 mansion package; these house museums (hard to call them homes) are quite different and it's worth seeing several.
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National Museum of American Illustration
#2 of 20 Museums in Newport
I have been lucky enough to get to many great art museums (the National Gallery in DC, Fine Arts in Boston, the Guggenheim, Montreal, the Walters in Baltimore, the Frick in Pittsburgh, the AGO in Toronto, Toledo,...
We enjoy art and visit many museums, but I cannot review a collection or a facility like a student of art, just a tourist who likes art.
Thames Glass
#3 of 20 Museums in Newport
International Tennis Hall of Fame
#4 of 20 Museums in Newport
One of the nicest sports museums I have ever been to,totally blew me away!
The Hall of Fame and Museum, which offers public tours, private tours and self-guided audio tours, preserves and promotes the history of tennis and celebrates its champions.
Rosecliff
#5 of 20 Museums in Newport
The historical society does a great job of maintaining balance of allowing some special events alongside preserving a museum.
It is open to the public as a historic house museum.
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Audrain Automobile Museum
#6 of 20 Museums in Newport
Every car I've ever seen at the Audrain have just been impeccable pieces of art, and with a rotating inventory the return value of visiting again and again is way beyond most automotive museums.
One of the nation's finest auto museums
Isaac Bell House
#7 of 20 Museums in Newport
They were museums and awesome sights.
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Newport Art Museum
#8 of 20 Museums in Newport
I enjoyed the Newport Art Museum even more than the Breakers and the Marble House museums.
The Art Museum is one of only six percent of American museums to be fully accredited by the American Association of Museums.
Museum of Newport History
#9 of 20 Museums in Newport
Today, the building is owned by the Newport Historical Society and houses a museum detailing Newport's history from pre-colonial times to the present, including the Gilded Age mansions and the town's legacy of yac...
Downstairs is a terrific gift shop staffed by friendly personnel while upstairs is an amazing museum.
Naval War College Museum
#10 of 20 Museums in Newport
The Naval War College Museum in Newport, Rhode Island, is one of 10 official museums operated by the United States Navy.
This is a well presented and interesting museum featuring general naval history, the history of the Naval War College, and the history of the navy in the Newport area.
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Chepstow
#11 of 20 Museums in Newport
The feeling you have with your visit is one of visiting friends and not a museum.
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Blink Gallery
#12 of 20 Museums in Newport
Artillery Company of Newport
#13 of 20 Museums in Newport
The museum occupies an interior of 18th century Armory, initially assigned to the Company (tracking its history from about that time).
He escorted us through the entire museum and explained many of the items there.
Samuel Whitehorne House
#14 of 20 Museums in Newport
Seaside Art Gallery
#15 of 20 Museums in Newport
Spring Bull Studio & Gallery
#16 of 20 Museums in Newport
Newport Art Galleries
#17 of 20 Museums in Newport
Museum of Yachting
#18 of 20 Museums in Newport
Newport Contemporary Fine Arts
#19 of 20 Museums in Newport
NR Modern
#20 of 20 Museums in Newport