Rhode Island
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Our most recommended Rhode Island Bus & Minivan Tours

  • Newport: Scenic Trolley Tour with Optional Breakers Entry

    1. Newport: Scenic Trolley Tour with Optional Breakers Entry

    Hop aboard an old-fashioned trolley and explore Newport, Rhode Island during this 90 minutes scenic tour. Begin your day meeting at the Visitor Center of Newport where you will be greeted by your tour guide. Begin your adventure as you set off into Newport to enjoy the charm of the historic downtown area and restored homes to glorious mansions on the water. Take in the rugged beauty of Ten-Mile Ocean Drive and the fabulous mansions along tree-lined Bellevue Avenue. Enjoy viewing homes and architecture from the Modern Age to the Gilded Age. During this narrated tour you will view over 150 points of interest including Historic Thames Street, The Newport Waterfront, The Breakers, Marble House, and Rosecliff.  Upgrade your ticket and visit the historic Breakers Mansion located on the elaborate estate of Cornelius Vanderbilt. The Breakers is the grandest of Newport's summer "cottages" and ...

    Joe, our trolley driver was very informative and entertaining. The tour itself was nice, better with the admission to a mansion. If there is a negative at all, it is not having the option of “hop on, hop off” tour.

  • Providence, RI: Small-Group Tour with Local Guide

    2. Providence, RI: Small-Group Tour with Local Guide

    Join in on this delightful guided bus tour around Providence, Rhode Island. Begin your day meeting up with your expert guide and hop aboard a climate-controlled tour bus as you head into the city. Explore some of the most exciting neighborhoods in the state's capital city. Your expert guide will tell you the stories of Providence, the celebrated citizens from here, and its contribution to American history. From Brown University to Federal Hill, you will admire the most beautiful settings in the city and discover places you will want to go back to and explore at your own pace. Along the way, there will be opportunities for you to get out, take pictures, and see things up close. After making your way around town, your tour will conclude where you first met.

    Exactly what I was looking for to familiarize myself with Providence! Informative and entertaining!

  • From Boston: Newport Mansions Full-Day Trip

    3. From Boston: Newport Mansions Full-Day Trip

    Your trip begins with a hotel pickup in a luxury minibus, where the approximately 2-hour journey to Newport starts. Along the way, enjoy some complimentary snacks and bottled water while reading over a provided Newport guide book. The first stop is the Breakers, the Vanderbilt family's summer home. On a 90-minute self-guided audio-tour, you will explore the 70 room summer cottage and see how the wealthiest families lived during the gilded age.  Here, you can also spend some time exploring the cliffs on a scenic cliff walk. Next, it's back to the mini-coach for a bus tour of Newport, which passes St Mary's Parish, where John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier were married in 1953. After the bus tour, visit America's oldest existing synagogue, the Touro Synagogue. With your free time, you can do some shopping or have lunch on the waterfront. If you're a sports fan, you can enjoy discount...

    We took the Boston to Newport RI tour and, had a great time! Our Tour Guide Chris was very knowledgeable. Outstanding day! Thanks Chris for a memorable adventure!!!

  • From Providence: Day Trip around Rhode Island

    4. From Providence: Day Trip around Rhode Island

    Marveling at scenic views and learn about the history and culture of the Ocean State on this full-day bus tour. Uncover the things that make Rhode Island so attractive, including the quaint New England villages, scenic islands, magnificent beaches, picturesque lighthouses, and spectacular mansions. Start your day meeting up with your expert guide and hop aboard a climate-controlled tour bus as you embark on this full-day journey. Explore the smallest state in America, at 48 miles long and 37 miles wide. Begin in historic Providence and wind your way around the largest estuary in New England. Pass through charming Wickford, stunning Newport, Bristol (deemed America’s most patriotic town), and many other places. Along the way, there will be opportunities for you to get out, take pictures, and see things up close. After a full day of exploration, your tour will conclude where you first m...

  • From Providence, RI: Full-Day New England Fall Foliage Tour

    5. From Providence, RI: Full-Day New England Fall Foliage Tour

    Take advantage of New England's most popular season on this day trip through the scenic country roads of Rhode Island. Enjoying the gorgeous autumn scenes, you will also make stops at a quaint New England farm for a wagon ride, visit a maple sugar house, a traditional country store, and more amazing photo stops along the way.  Head out on the incredible country roads around Rhode Island. Take a delightful wagon ride through a beautiful New England farm and woodland. Stop for pictures at a covered bridge and stand on Jerimoth Hill, Rhode Island’s tallest point.   Around lunchtime, make a stop at a family-run farm stand cafe. Along the tour, you will also visit Rhode Island’s oldest country store and enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience at a maple sugar house to learn how syrup is made.

  • Providence: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour

    6. Providence: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour

    Start with pickup from your hotel in downtown Providence. Travel to the first stop of the tour, passing Burnside Park along the way. Visit the Rhode Island State House, the Capitol building of the state of Rhode Island. With your guide, explore the building which houses the offices of the governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, and general treasurer. After your statehouse visit, continue with a fact-filled, narrated drive through the city while passing by multiple points of interest including Prospect Terrace Park, the Old State House, and Brown University. Next, visit the John Brown House Museum where you will learn about the Brown family who were one of the most wealthy and influential families in the colonies, and later in the United States. Learn more about their daily life at the turn of the 18th century, the pressing issues of the time, and the role that Rhode Island p...

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What people are saying about Rhode Island

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 13 reviews

Your tour guide “Tom” was very knowledgeable and so very nice. We were the last couple to arrive that morning and unfortunately didn’t see the confirmation message stating we need masks.Tom was very patient and let my husband run back to our car, even though we were already late, and he was able to get our masks so we could still join the tour. We had a wonderful time on the tour and an awesome time in Newport! Thank you so much!!

Joe, our trolley driver was very informative and entertaining. The tour itself was nice, better with the admission to a mansion. If there is a negative at all, it is not having the option of “hop on, hop off” tour.

We found that the trolley was the best way to see and be learn about the sights. I would Highly recommend taking this way of transportation.

Exactly what I was looking for to familiarize myself with Providence! Informative and entertaining!

Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and provided a fun experience!