The Newport Mansions offer visitors a unique trip through America’s past. Audio tours at The Breakers, The Elms, Marble House & Rosecliff bring you the personal stories of the men and women who lived in these grand mansions and the household staff who cared for them. Now you can also tour the underground boiler room, tunnel and basement of The Breakers. The Beneath The Breakers Tour reveals the cutting edge domestic technology that made the elegant lifestyle possible. A unique Servant Life Tour at The Elms takes you from the basement coal tunnel to the top-of-the-house servant quarters and rooftop terrace. Don’t miss Bohemian Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement and Oscar Wilde’s Newport, an exhibition at The Galleries at Rosecliff from March 24 to November 4, 2018. Whatever your interest, you’ll find it at the 10 historic houses of The Preservation Society of Newport County. There’s something for everyone, including special events like the Newport Flower Show in June, A Weekend of Coaching in August, and the Newport Mansions Wine & Food Festival in September.
The Breakers, Marble House, The Elms and Rosecliff are partially wheelchair accessible. For detailed information about access for visitors with special needs, please call (401) 847-1000.
Located 60 miles west in Newport, RI, touring is available year round with three houses open and decorated for the holiday season.
PLAN YOUR WEDDING HERE!
Imagine having your wedding in one of America's most romantic settings. For an unforgettable wedding day, consider Rosecliff, a Gilded age architectural masterpiece built in 1902 as the setting for brilliant and elegant entertainments. This snow-white mansion with classic lines features the largest ballroom in Newport, and a heart-shaped staircase that provides the perfect frame for your wedding portrait.
401-847-1000 ext. 140