Throw it back to the ’80s aboard the Coastal Queen—dress up, sit back, relax and enjoy the greatest hits of the ’80s as we cruise Newport Harbor and the Jamestown Shoreline. Along the way you will see many historic and beautiful landmarks like the Newport Bridge, Hammersmith Farm, Horsehead, Rose Island Lighthouse and so much more. Valid ID and cloth face covering are required for boarding. We will be following the most up-to-date state health and safety guidelines so that you can relax and enjoy your boat ride. Cruise is 90-minutes, departs at 7:15pm and tickets are $35.
Something to do while waiting for spring Coastal Queen cruises—check out Audrain Auto Museum's Virtual Exhibits with their CEO Donald Osborne.
Daily at The Chanler at Cliff Walk through March 31st (note that the hotel is closed January 3, 2021–February 4, 2021), 12pm to 5pm.
Bundle up and check out themed Newport History Tours Saturdays at 1pm. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Social-distancing rules are in place and guests are required to wear a mask. See their website for group information. 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. For more details go to NewportHistoryTours.org or call the Museum of Newport History & Shop at 401-841-8770. Virtual Newport History Tours are available here: https://newporthistory.org/tours.