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If you’re trying a beach in Newport, go to Second Beach, but Easton’s has a fun carousel and boardwalk to stroll. It also has a small aquarium that’s fun for kids. Best part is it’s across from Flo’s clamshack...
You are right across the street to 1st beach, grab a lobster roll while your there at the snack shack!
Also known as "First Beach" this beach is also home to a 1940’s-era merry-go-round. The Carousel at Easton’s Beach is a rare Allan Herschell Company four-row carousel in the metal class that is still in its original condition. First installed here in 1958, it was farther down the beach, near the…
Easton's Beach in Newport is known as First Beach to the local's. It is typically the beach with the highest number of tourists and maybe the most family friendly. They offer parking on site for a fee (10$ weekdays and 20$ on the weekends - bike there and it's free!). It's fairly large, and has a a…
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“Where we get all Chaton's linens done right... and they have pick up and delivery service to the boat, too!”
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“One of the best kept secrets on Aquidneck Island is Third Beach. This is a great beach to take small children as the water is calm and the beach is small. It never gets too crowded. ”
- 21 locals recommend
“The Museum of Newport History is a history museum in the Old Brick Market building in the heart of Newport, Rhode Island, United States. It is owned and operated by the Newport Historical Society at 127 Thames Street on Washington Square.”
- 7 locals recommend