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Ann St. Pier

Ann St. Pier, or Stop 4 on the Jamestown Newport Ferry, is accessible to the many restaurants and shops on Lower Thames Street. Have a cup of world-famous clam chowder at the Black Pearl, sample some incredibly fresh local oysters at the Clarke Cooke House, or see the International Yacht Restoration School campus. Also in close proximity to the Newport Yachting Center. Ann St. Pier is located behind the Newport Maritime Center at 365 Thames Street.

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Upcoming Events

Oct

01
Newport History Tours - Museum - Virtual Tours 2021

The Museum of Newport History & Shop, located on Washington Square at 127 Thames Street in the 1763 Brick Market, is available to visit Tuesday through Friday 11am-3pm and Saturday and Sunday 9am-1pm. Visit NewportHistoryTours.org or call 401-841-8770. Virtual tours at https://newporthistory.org/tours.

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Oct

08
Columbus Day Sidewalk Sale, Oct. 8–11, 2021

Make your way to the Bowen's Wharf waterfront for shopping specials! Forget the mall, shop small! FREE ADMISSION and list of participating shops on Facebook.

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Oct

16
Bowen's Wharf Seafood Festival, Oct. 16–17, 2021

The Jamestown Newport Ferry will have an express run to the Bowen’s Wharf Seafood Festival, which will feature fried calamari, oysters, fish tacos, lobster rolls, signature cocktails and cold Whalers beer. Event will have live music and family fun, all beneath the Wharf’s tents.

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