Schedued Tours

Scheduled Tours

For the adventurous tourist, Rhode Island offers a variety of informative experiences. Regualry scheduled, walking, biking, bus, and boat tours are available throughout many Rhode Island regions during our tourism season.

Schedule Tours

23 Locations Available in RI

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The following Schedule Tours are listed in order by establishment name. Click on the establishment name for additional details and contact information.

Block Island Holiday, Inc.
Block Island
A full service reservation service offering room only rates and all inclusive packages. Both weekend and midweek. Weddings and special functions also coordinated.

Cap'n Nick's Newport Pirate Walk
Newport County
Walking tour of Newport's notorious sea dogs, rum runners and buried booty. A costumed buccaneer entertains with genuine pirate talk.

Conway Tours
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Complete motorcoach charter and tour service. Regularly scheduled one-day and multi-day tour departures.

Double Decker Bus
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Seventy-three passenger double decker bus from England. Scheduled trips and for hire.

Executive Circle
Newport County
Personalized custom tours of Newport, Providence, South County, and the Blackstone Valley. Groups of up to two hundred or more. For groups there are special events and activities, tours, and spouse programs. Transportation services also available.

Gray Line of Rhode Island
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Banner Trail Trolley, providing one hour familiarization tour of Providence or ride all day and get on and off at the interesting stops along the route. Custom tour planning, charter transportation service and meeting and convention services.

Jamestown and Newport Ferry
Newport County
A scenic boat tour of lower Narragansett Bay & Newport Harbor or combine a visit to your favouite Island destination for lunch, shopping and site seeing. An all - day pass allows on and off at all destinations. One way fares and private charter service also available.

Jane S. Jacques, Tour Guide
South County
A tour guide service individually prepared; personally conducted tours of Old Providence, Newport and other areas of the state; walking, lecturing and step on tours for individuals and /or groups. Interior tours of several buildings. Experience working with interpreters.

Kingston Balloon Company
South County
Hour long hot air balloon rides over southern Rhode Island at sunrise. Balloon presentations given and small 10' displays are Available to rent.

Mount Hope Farm
East Bay
Over 200 acres of historic buildings and pristine farmland including streams, water views, meadows, pastures and ponds. On tne National Register of Historic Places, the farm is a site to be seen. Country walkways and trails lead to Cove Cabin. The Grounds are open to the public year round. Tours of the Governor Bradford House (circa 1745). The property is idyllic for receptions, corporate and special events. Country Inn accommodations available.

Native Newporter Tours
Newport County
Walking and driving tours of Newport. Transportation and shuttle services for small private groups.

Newport County Convention and Visitors Bureau
Newport County
The Visitor Center is one-stop shopping to start your Newport trip! The center, which is handicap accessible, offers admission tickets to area attractions, complimentary maps and brochures, public restrooms, a coffee shop, and free wireless internet. In addition, the center offers a convenient place to park and is the city’s hub of public transportation

Newport Dinner Train
Newport County
Dine while traveling along the beautiful and nostalgic Newport coastline 5 mile (8 miles on Sunday) scenic route along Narrangansett Bay through the Naval Base and along Narragansett Bay to Middletown.

Newport Historical Society Walking Tours
Newport County
Stroll through Newport's oldest neighborhood, discover its hidden architecture and learn about the people who labored here to establish a legacy of liberty. May-Sep, Thu-Sat, tours depart from the Gateway Visitor's Center, 9:45 a.m. and The Museum of Newport History, 10 a.m.

Newport History Tours
Newport County
New tour programs from three esteemed organizations, The Newport Historical Society, The Newport Restoration and the Touro Synagogue Foundation. Guided walking tours, illustrated lectures and behind-the-scenes building tours are some of the tours on offer. From May 1-Jun 14, programs are offered Thu-Sun on a limited schedule. From Jun 15-Sep 5 up to 14 programs are offered daily. Tickets are sold where more tours begin at the Museum of Newport History on Washington Square, 127 Thames St., Newport.

Newport On Foot Guided Tours
Newport County
Walking tours through historic neighborhoods and Cliff Walk. Step-on guides for historical bus tours.

Old Colony & Newport Scenic Railway
Newport County
The National Railroad Foundation and Museum, Located in Newport RI and operator of the Old Colony & Newport Scenic Railway, is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to the preservation, restoration and operation of historic railroad equipment, and the preservation of Narragansett Bay and the surrounding environment. Scenery along railway includes rocky beaches, native birds and wildlife, sailboats and the decommissed aircraft carriers Forrestal and Saratoga

Preservation Society of Pawtucket
Blackstone Valley & Northern Rhode Island
Tour award winning Greek revivals and Victorians to bungalows and triple-deckers. Guided and self-guided historical and architectural tours available.

Providence Preservation Society
Greater Providence
Discover Providence's rich historic and architectural legacy at the 1772 headquarters of the Providence Preservation Society. Self-guided tour booklets of several Providence neighborhoods and copies of "A Guide to Providence Architecture" available for purchase. Headquarters of the Preservation Society are housed in the Shakespeare's Head building, erected by John Carter, first postmaster and publisher of the first newspaper in Providence. Colonial garden.

Providence Walking Company
Greater Providence
Lively history, splendid architecture, tranquil streets and surprising vistas, all at your feet on carefully designed, guided walking tours.

Rhode Island Bay Cruises
South County
Ninety-minute narrated cruises aboard the Millennium high-speed catamaran; includes nine lighthouses, ten islands, two bridges, Newport Harbor, Fort Adams, Aircraft Carriers and more. Reservations required. Jun-Aug.

Roger Williams Park Boathouse
Greater Providence
Located in historic Roger Williams Park. Explore more than 100 acres of the Park's lakes and wildlife. Swan paddleboats, canoes or kayaks are available for rent at the Queen Anne-style Dalrymple Boathouse. Thirty minute historical boat tour of the Park's unique waterways, statues and landmarks available on an electric boat.

Viking Tours of Newport
Newport County
Air-conditioned old fashioned trolleys leave from Newport Gateway Visitor's Center. Narrated sightseeing tours of colonial and restored areas, famed 10-mile Ocean Drive and fashionable Bellevue Avenue, including mansion visits.

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