Rhode Islanders Can Sail On A Haunted Boat Ride Through The Providence River This Summer
Looking for a little heart-pounding fun this year? We know that isn’t as easy to find as previous summers, but there are still some wonderful ways to entertain yourself here in the Ocean State. Providence River Boat Company is currently offering tours (with limited capacity and lots of cleaning), one of which is a haunted boat tour you won’t want to miss. It may be too early to start celebrating Halloween, but this haunted boat ride in Rhode Island will put you in a spooky state of mind.
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Want to visit some haunted locales around Rhode Island? Check out these 15 terrifying places.
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Haunted Boat Ride In Rhode Island
Where can I take a scenic boat ride in Rhode Island?
Aside from the variety of scenic boat tours offered by Providence River Boat Company, Gansett Cruises of Newport offers some fantastic boat tours through Newport Harbor and Narragansett Bay. One popular tour is the Morning Narrated Mimosa Cruise which comes with complimentary mimosas, coffee, tea, or juice. In Providence, you can take an old-world style gondola ride along the Providence River. It may just make you believe that you are in Venice, Italy!
What are the most unique things to do in Rhode Island?
Rhode Island is filled with unique places and things to do, and we wouldn’t expect anything less from a state that’s so unique itself. Visit Green Animals Topiary Garden in Portsmouth, the oldest topiary garden in the country. Filled with 80 different topiaries in the shapes of animals, geometric designs, and birds, it has become one of the most enchanting places to walk around in the state. In Charlestown, head to The Fantastic Umbrella Factory for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience you won’t have anywhere else. Set on an old farmstead, you will find several small shops where you can find unique treasures and locally made goods along with a place to grab a bite to eat.
What haunted places can I visit in Rhode Island?
From Fort Wetherill, Belcourt Castle, White Horse Tavern, and Seaview Terrace in Newport to Old Brook Farm in Harrisville and Mercy Brown’s grave in Exeter, your chances for experiencing the paranormal in Rhode Island are pretty high. You can learn more about some of the most haunted locales throughout the state in this post.