Join us in Providence for Rally 2014 and experience the history and culture of Rhode Island’s capital city. With a thriving arts community, vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, a renowned restaurant scene and quick access to 400 miles of coastline, Providence is the perfect place to visit. And check out ProvyLove, a blog about one person's love of Providence!
Roger Williams Park - One of America's premier urban parks, Roger Williams Park was designed by Horace Cleveland, noted American landscape architect. With more than 430 acres, the Park is comprised of waterways, walks, gardens, a Carousel Village, Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, the Temple to Music and a zoo.
Rhode Island's Blueways and Greenways - information about fresh and saltwater paddling, as well as walking trails.
Bike Rhode Island - more than 50 miles of bike paths traverse the state.
Culture and History
Waterplace Park - This four-acre urban park is the focal point of Providence's revitalized downtown and where you can find the powerful Waterfire art installation. Don't miss the Rally Waterfire on Friday, September 19th!
RISD Museum of Art - With a collection of more than 91,000 objects -- ranging from ancient times to the present -- the RISD Museum is a dynamic cultural center offering critically acclaimed exhibitions.
Trinity Repertory Company - nonprofit regional theater featuring two performance spaces.
AS220 - nonprofit community arts center near the Convention Center featuring gallery and performance spaces, black box theater, dance studio and a bar/restaurant featuring local food.
Federal Hill - Providence's Little Italy - just blocks away from the Convention Center.
Farm Fresh Rhode Island - find local farms and markets. Visit the Downtown Providence Farmer's Market on Tuesdays from 3-6pm.