Danielle Neagle

and

Justin Leddy

Things To Do

About Bristol


Founded in 1681, Bristol is known for its rich history and geographic location nestled between the Narragansett and Mt. Hope Bay. It's home to the country's oldest running Fourth of July Parade, and to Roger Williams University, where Danielle and Justin met! Whether you're looking to soak up the sun or grab a bite to eat, there are plenty of activities to choose from in this quaint port town and the surrounding areas. We hope you love it as much as we do!

Bristol's Restaurants & Bars


If you're looking to grab a bite or have a cocktail by the water, Bristol has many places to choose from. Check out some of our favorite spots in town:
Aidan's Pub | 5 John St, Bristol, RI 02809
Bristol Bagel Works | 420 Hope St, Bristol, RI 02809
Bristol Oyster Bar | 448 Hope St, Bristol, RI 02809
DeWolf Tavern | 259 Thames St, Bristol, RI 02809
Roberto's | 450 Hope St, Bristol, RI 02809
Thames Waterside Bar & Grill | 251 Thames St, Bristol, RI 02809

Colt State Park


Colt State Park occupies 464 acres on Poppasquash Neck in Bristol. The park includes trails, picnic groves, an observation tower and is a stop on the East Bay Bike Path. Colt State Park is the perfect place to go for a bike ride or relax in the sun!

Herreshoff Marine Museum


The Herreshoff is a maritime museum dedicated to the history of the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, yachting, and the America's Cup. Visit their website here for tours and more info.

Golf Courses


Montaup Country Club | 500 Anthony Rd, Portsmouth, RI 02871
Newport National | 324 Mitchell's Ln, Middletown, RI 02842
Swansea Country Club | 299 Market Street, Swansea, MA, 02777

Newport Beaches


Venture a little further in to Newport and soak up the sun! Here's a list of our favorite beaches:
Gooseberry Beach | 130 Ocean Ave, Newport, RI 02840
Bailey's Beach | 34 Ocean Ave, Newport, RI 02840
Easton's Beach | 175 Memorial Blvd, Newport, RI 02840
Sachuset Beach | 315 Sachuest Point Rd, Middletown, RI 02842

Newport Cliff Walk


Winding its way along the eastern shore of Aquidneck Island, the Cliff Walk is a world famous 3.5 mile walk along some of the most beautiful coastline in New England. Much of it goes through the property where many of the Newport mansions are situated. Check out a map of the Cliff Walk here.

Newport Mansions


Home to 10 breathtaking properties, the historic Newport mansions are a must see. Among the most popular are The Breakers, The Elms, Rosecliff and Marble House. Click here for more information about mansion tours.
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