Little Rhody, as its residents affectionately call Rhode Island, is a small state with a lot to offer and that’s especially true in its capital city of Providence. Well-known for its eclectic culinary and arts scenes, Providence is also rich in history, culture and entertainment, offering visitors of every age and interest the ability to create their own adventure. 100 Things to Do in Providence Before You Die is the perfect guide for all city travelers, whether you’re visiting for the first time and want to know the best places to dine, learn and relax or you’re a die-hard local looking to make sure you’ve truly done it all. This guide includes all you need to know to have a wonderful time in Providence and offers insight into what makes our city the Creative Capital.
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Rebecca Keister lives and writes in Providence, R.I. A communications professional, she has covered the city’s tourism and hospitality industries for The Providence Business News and has written for other regional publications including The Sun Chronicle Newspaper. A wine and theatre enthusiast, she loves exploring the city with her family and friends. Learn more at rebeccakeister.com