Settled and dedicated to religious freedom in 1636, Rhode Island is the smallest of the United States.

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Rhode Island is 14 percent state water, with over 400 miles of coastline, so visitors to Rhode Island can sail, fish, swim, or kayak.

The interior of the state has hiking and biking, and a few cities with well known historic landmarks. Quahog, the home of Peter Griffin and Family Guy, is fictitious, but cities like Newport, known for its neighborhood of restored Gilded Age mansions, are very real.

Matador has a guide to Waterfire, an annual "living sculpture" in Providence, Rhode Island.


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9 things only real Rhode Islanders love to eat and drink

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7 New England islands to visit that aren’t Nantucket

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Your guide to the 14 best oyster regions in the US

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The 6 most charming LGBTQ-friendly B&Bs in New England

In Rhode Island, summer vacation isn’t complete without a visit to a clam shack

Rhode Island is home to the best calamari in America. Here’s where to try it.

A tiny tour of Rhode Island: 12 perfect hours in the nation’s smallest state

The 7 best New England beaches to blow off some steam this summer

Rhode Island is an underrated bastion of New England seafood. Here’s where to try it.

11 New England lighthouses you can actually spend the night in

How New England shaped what the country eats on Thanksgiving

6 ways that seafood defines Thanksgiving in New England

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