Guests can see this lovely home, artifact collections, and intricate Classic Revival gardens by joining one of the hourly Servant Life tours or audio tours.Address: 367 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, RI, Phone: 401-847-1000 The Marble House was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2006 after changing hands from Alva Vanderbilt to Fredrick H.Rhode Island has an astounding 400 miles of Atlantic coastline and boasts the sailing capital of the world, Newport.You'll find Gilded Age Mansions like The Breakers, The Elms, Marble House where Alva Vanderbilt once held women's rights rallies, and several other grand estates.
Years later, Alva Vanderbilt had a seaside tea house built on the property where she held women's rights rallies. Address: 596 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, RI, Phone: 401-847-1000 The Breakers is a National Historic Landmark comprised of a 70-room Italian Renaissance-style palazzo, stable, and carriage house.
The new Ava Pearl fast ferry allows guests to relax in the business class-designed interior featuring plush Beurteaux seating and flat-screen satellite televisions.
The high-tech ride control system is world class, allowing for a smooth ride.
They've created a space where culturally diverse designs and artwork from ancient times to the present are maintained, exhibited, and interpreted.
They house nearly 100,000 art pieces covering seven departments that include Asian art; ancient art; contemporary art; costume and textiles; painting and sculpture; prints, drawings, and photographs; and decorative arts and design.