See the Glow of Water­Fire in Providence

Providence skyline

This cap­i­tal city is one of the old­est cities in the U.S., but it’s way more than a his­to­ry les­son. Prov­i­dence has the most cof­fee and donut shops per capi­ta of any city in the coun­try, and you’re going to need that caf­feine to see and do every­thing the city has to offer. Dis­cov­er his­toric and con­tem­po­rary mile­stones of the Prov­i­dence water­ways, hit up one of the many muse­ums and get tick­ets to a full ros­ter of Broad­way shows, con­certs and spe­cial per­for­mances at the Prov­i­dence Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter. Close out the evening with Providence’s sig­na­ture event Water­Fire – an award-win­ning fire sculp­ture instal­la­tion on the three rivers downtown.

Green Air­port (PVD)

Providence skyline

Green Air­port is a small com­mer­cial pub­lic inter­na­tion­al air­port in War­wick, six miles south of Prov­i­dence. Opened in 1931, the air­port was named for for­mer Rhone Island gov­er­nor and long­time sen­a­tor Theodore F. Green. Green Air­port is the largest and most active air­port among the six oper­at­ed by the Rhode Island Air­port Cor­po­ra­tion (RIAC).

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