Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Newport, Rhode Island?
Newport charter bus
This city was known as the summer resort for the rich during the Gilded Age. Newport is a city in Newport County, in the Providence-New Bedford metro area. The estimated population, in 2003, was 26,136. Once the summer playground of America's wealthiest families, Newport remains a popular vacation destination at any time of year. The famous mansions, each more opulent than the last, offer detailed tours and give a fascinating glimpse into Gilded Age extravagance.
While the town rightly emphasizes its history with a variety of museums and tours, charter bus group members will find a vibrant, contemporary side also made to manifest in quirky shops and great restaurants.
Visitors to Newport can view gilded-age mansions lining Bellevue and Harrison Avenues or stroll the famed cliff walk. The mansions are Newport's primary attraction; although, there is much more to Newport than "cottages." The history of the former homeowners is as compelling as the beauty of the residences themselves.
The Newport charter Bus will take the charter group to some other places like Cliff Walk, The Breakers, Rough Point, Marble house and Eastons' beach.
The Newport charter bus group members can go hiking, scenic /historic walking area etc. It is a great, 3.5 km walkway.
The Breakers is the most impressive of the Newport mansions. The Newport charter bus members will be surprised to know that 13-acre estate received its name from the cherished view of waves crashing against rocks. The Italian Renaissance summer "cottage," whose construction included transporting European artisans to apply gold leaf and other artistic touches, was owned by one of America's most prosperous families, the Vanderbilts.
Rough Point is a historic site where the Newport charter bus group members will get to see history blended with luxury. It is a mansion belonging to the American Tobacco Co. heiress and founder of the Newport Restoration Foundation, Doris Duke.
Newport charter bus will take the charter group to Touro Synagogue which is the dedicated in 1762, this is the oldest synagogue in the United States.
Marble House is famous for its ample use of marble in the interior. Newport charter bus Members will like the historic feel and the grandeur of this place.
For something off the beaten path with your charter bus group, take a stop b the doll museum, over 3000 dolls are displayed for your viewing enjoyment. Additionally, the Museum Doll Shop continues to offer repair, costuming and appraisal services. The virtual shop sells fine dolls through this site and at doll shows. All mail order dolls are sold with a 5 day return privilege, layaway available.
Take a stop by the Newport Tennis Museum and see a world of athletes pursing their dreams. This is an interesting stop for anyone that loves kids.
Newport charter bus will take the members to other places like Newport Museum of history, Hunter's House etc.