Historic Site, Museum
367 Bellevue Avenue Newport RI
- The Elms is the coolest of the mansions I saw in Newport. It is a must see. Very real, I could actually envision the people living and partying here.
- Philadelphia architect Horace Trumbauer designed this house for E. J. Berwind. Its beautiful ballroom held many summer parties. Look for the painting of Newport social butterfly Elizabeth Drexel Lehr.
- DESDE LA HOSPITALIDAD HASTA SUS ENTORNOS
- Beautiful mansion that should be a must see on your list. Best time to visit is in the morning.
- If you have time, check out Marble House--and its seaside Tea House--as well for a taste of how the other half (used to) live.
- Learn about life in Newport during the early 1900's with the self-guided audio tour of this stunning, historic home. Before you leave, take a stroll in the impressive gardens.
- They decorate the house for Christmas. There is a nice collection of Asian antiques.
- Take a tour with Andy--he's hilarious and knows everything about this place
- One of the good ones.
- One of the best large mansions to visit. Can't believe they were going to tear it down. The conservatory is my favorite room
- Nice house, but it is kind of disappointing that they don't allow to take pictures of the interior.
- It was great however you can't take indoor photos, which is totally retarded!
- The cafes are closed for the 2014 season.
- Sign up for the Servant Life tour online or early in the day- it fills up quickly even in the off season!
- Buy the combo ticket here, lines are shorter than the Breakers. May want to do the Breakers first (crowds). Tickets good for a year.
- Definitely take the servant life tour
- Definitely do the Servant Life tour. It gives great insights into, as Jacob Riis so fittingly said, "how the other half lives".
- Don't neglect the grounds (and especially the huge trees!). They're absolutely amazing.
- No photos inside. Take a few outside first!
- Last tour's at 4pm.