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Pull on a sweater and enjoy the crisp, cool days of fall. Be one of the first to dine at Bellini Providence, watch seals in Newport, grab a local craft brew, explore local shops, and get lost in an orchard picking the best apples our state has to offer.
A FEAST FOR THE EYES
WaterFire returns to Providence this fall, lighting up over eighty braziers from Waterplace Park to Memorial/South Main Street Park on scheduled evenings throughout the season. Lighting occurs shortly after sunset and the fires will remain lit until half-past midnight.
Memorial/South Main Street Park
0.2 Mi, 5 Mins Walk
Modern Luxury, Italian Hospitality
Opening soon at The Beatrice, Bellini Restaurant brings authentic flavors and recipes of Italy’s many regions and simple luxury, to Providence. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome the Cipriani family to our hotel. Bellini Restaurant is now open to the public, along with an exclusive rooftop bar experience for hotel guests and Bellini Club members.
DAY TRIP TO NEWPORT
Seal Watch & Rose Island Tours
If you’re traveling with young children, spend a day at Providence Children's Museum or the Exploration Center and Aquarium (via Save The Bay) in Newport. Save The Bay will begin offering seal watch tours and nature cruises in November—giving you the perfect opportunity to enjoy the cooler months, while observing local wildlife.
36 Mi, 45 Mins Drive, ~$55 Ride Share
RAISE A GLASS
Located across the street from India Point Park, Narragansett Brewery features local brews on tap, indoor and outdoor dining, events, and more. After your imbibe, stroll through the park for some of the best foliage in the city.
0.5 Mi, 10 Mins Walk
LEAF PEEP IN THE PARK
Roger Williams Park
Experience fall colors at their best at Roger Williams Park. The park's 435 acres are home to over 5,000 trees and a wide variety of species—perfect for capturing stunning views of autumn.
4 Mi, 15 Mins Drive, ~$20 Ride Share
PICK A GOOD ONE
Steere Orchard is open for picking through late fall and as one of the biggest orchards in the state, it boasts several types of apples for picking including McIntosh, Cortland, Red and Golden Delicious, Empire, and Rhode Island Greening. Plus, while you're there, grab some fresh apple cider donuts to nosh on.
12.5 Mi, 20 Mins Drive, ~$50 Ride Share
A HISTORIC DAY OF SHOPPING
Located outside our door, Westminster Street is filled with boutiques, shops, and restaurants to explore. While exploring the streets, enjoy public art in many forms, from larger-than-life photos highlighting the diversity of the city, to colorful sculptural art and murals.