Flights To Rhode Island

While the 13 colonies were under British rule, Rhode Island was the first to declare independence, so the tiny state stands out. This tidbit of history, however, didn't mark the end of Rhode Island's historical significance. As recently as 2009, in fact, there was talk of changing its name. While it's the smallest American state, there's still plenty of adventure to go around.

Exploring Rhode Island

If you book your plane tickets to Rhode Island in the fall, you'll meet lots of new friends thanks to this being the high season for tourism. The fall foliage is a huge draw in autumn, but just because you're looking at Rhode Island hotels doesn't mean watching the leaves turn is your only option. Instead, visit the Newport International Boat Show. If you enjoy cooler weather, you can find cheap flights to Rhode Island by booking during the winter. During these months, you'll experience the Newport Winter Festival in February and the Providence Boat Show in January. If you choose flights to Rhode Island during the summer, look into hotels in Providence, RI to see future blockbusters at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. If you're closer to Newport, you can also enjoy some amazing music at the Newport Folk Festival in July. Rhode Island has a lot more to offer than annual events. Check out the monkeys at Roger Williams Park Zoo, see an early carousel at Crescent Park, or catch a show at Dunkin' Donuts Center. You'll also find great cuisine in Providence thanks to several world-renowned chefs and a food scene that embraces ethnic vibrancy and fresh seafood.

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