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The Breakers mansion was initially built as a summer home for the influential and wealthy Vanderbilt family in the late 1800’s. The Breakers is widely regarded as the epitome of Gilded Age architectural excellence and boasts over 70 rooms inside.
The Elms Mansion was built as a summer home for Edward Julius Berwind, a coal baron at the turn of the 19th century. Upon Edward’s death, the home was left to his sister, Julia, who was dedicated to preservation of the home as it was. Upon her death in 1961, the home was one of the last Newport cottages to be run in the style of the Gilded Age.
The Gansett Cruises Harbor Tour offers a 90-minute ride through the Narragansett Bay. This cruise also offers your choice of complimentary local refreshments while on board.
At Fort Adams, you’ll step back in time as you tour around this former United States Army post which has been described as a “marvel of military engineering”. Its first commander was Captain John Henry who was instrumental in starting the war of 1812.
Full refunds will be issued to guests that provide notice of cancellation via e-mail or telephone at least 24 hours prior to departure time for all day tours. Cancellations made with less notice than the time frames listed above will be subject to a $50 per person cancellation fee.
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