See the Glow of WaterFire in Providence
This capital city is one of the oldest cities in the U.S., but it’s way more than a history lesson. Providence has the most coffee and donut shops per capita of any city in the country, and you’re going to need that caffeine to see and do everything the city has to offer. Discover historic and contemporary milestones of the Providence waterways, hit up one of the many museums and get tickets to a full roster of Broadway shows, concerts and special performances at the Providence Performing Arts Center. Close out the evening with Providence’s signature event WaterFire – an award-winning fire sculpture installation on the three rivers downtown.
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Green Airport (PVD)
Green Airport is a small commercial public international airport in Warwick, six miles south of Providence. Opened in 1931, the airport was named for former Rhone Island governor and longtime senator Theodore F. Green. Green Airport is the largest and most active airport among the six operated by the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC).