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Courtyard Newport Middletown

9 Commerce Drive · Middletown, Rhode Island 02842 USA

Newport Local Attractions

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Make room for a little fun at Courtyard Newport Middletown, just minutes from Newport's historic harbor, famed attractions and world-renowned annual events. Book your stay today and enjoy comfortable accommodations, complimentary Wi-Fi and free parking.

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Explore Top Middletown and Newport Attractions

Most of the area's top attractions are less than 4 miles from our Rhode Island hotel!

Audrain Automobile Museum
The Audrain Auto Museum has access to more than 200 of the most rare and remarkable vehicles ever made. The museum displays fully restored vehicles ranging from the beginning of the 20th century through the modern day. 15 to 20 models are showcased at a time, based on ever-changing exhibition themes..

Bowen's Wharf
Home to a diverse range of restaurants, boutiques, galleries and gift shops, Bowen's Wharf transports visitors to the area's origins as a thriving seaport in one of the finest natural harbors in New England.

Boyd's Wind Grist Mill
Boyd's Wind Grist Mill is one of the last two surviving windmills that once worked to supply the daily needs of Aquidneck Island. It is the only eight-vane smock mill ever built and operated in New England.

Cardines Field
Cardines Field is home of the New England Collegiate Baseball League's Newport Gulls of the New England Collegiate Baseball League. Check schedule for game dates. The season runs June through August.

Cliff Walk
Legendary Cliff Walk, a 3.5-mile path along Newport's shore, provides stunning views of the rocky coastline and architectural history of the Gilded Age. For those looking to explore further, the Southern tip of the trail traverses the rocky and rugged shoreline.

Fort Adams State Park
Discover one of the most historic Newport attractions, offering daily tours from May through mid-October. Constructed in 1798, Fort Adams has a vast history that roots back to the Colonial Era. Today, festivals such as the Newport Folk and Jazz Fest are hosted on the grounds.

International Tennis Hall of Fame
View more than 1,900 tennis artifacts in galleries and explore the beautifully landscaped historic grounds. The Tennis Hall of Fame also offers many exciting tennis events throughout the year.

Newport Vineyards
Just 2 miles away, Newport Vineyards is New England's largest grower of wine grapes. Their expert tasting-room staff will take you on a journey through a selection of wines crafted near the sea.

Newport Mansions
During the Gilded Age, America's wealthiest families flocked to Newport to make the area their summertime playground. Today, many of these prestigious properties have been immaculately preserved and are open for tours. Each mansion has a unique story and architectural style. Both guided and self-guided audio tours are available. Please check the schedule as some mansions are open seasonally.

Newport Car Museum
The private collection of some 50 automobiles at the Newport Car Museum focuses on six decades of modern industrial automotive design and celebrates cars as works of art. From the 1950s to the present, separate exhibits of Ford/Shelby Cars, Corvettes, World Cars, Fin Cars and Chrysler Mopars have been carefully curated to appeal to men as well as women and to all generations, from grandparents to parents to children.

Beaches & Watersports

Easton's Beach/First Beach
This 3/4 mile stretch of sand is the prime spot for any beach-day activity you desire. Also, this beach marks the beginning of Cliff Walk.

Gooseberry Beach
Gooseberry Beach is located along the 10-mile Ocean Drive. Set back in a cove, the beach provides a quiet, calm place to relax with minimal waves. The beach itself is open to the public, while the beach club is private. 

Sachuest Beach/Second Beach
Located in Middletown, this is often where you'll find locals enjoying the longest stretch of sand in Rhode Island. This beach is adjacent to Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge, boasting 2.5 miles of nature trails and more than 200 bird species throughout the year. Surfer's End is great for surfing, kayaking and kite flying.

Third Beach
Located down the road from Second Beach and off the beaten path, Third Beach provides a quiet oasis for those looking to unwind. Much like Gooseberry Beach, Third Beach is set back in a cove, so there aren't many waves.

Boating and Sailing

Known for its fair winds and idyllic conditions, Newport makes sailing and boating an extraordinary experience. Enjoy a memorable tour on a sleek America's Cup yacht, authentic lobster boat, Prohibition-Era hooch smugglers, schooners, cruising yachts, sailboats and more.

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