Warwick, Rhode Island


There’s so much to see and do when visiting Rhode Island! To experience as much of this beautiful and historic region as possible, savvy tourists and business travelers stay in the ideal destination: Warwick, Rhode Island! Located in the heart of the Ocean State with convenient access to Interstates 95 and 295, Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport and the InterLink intermodal MBTA commuter train station, it’s never been easier to visit and stay for a while! Here, you’ll find a variety of affordable lodging options in our 16 hotels. We’re only 10 minutes from Providence, and a half-hour drive to historic Newport and the beautiful beaches in South County, so, when you’re planning your trip, remember to Stay in Warwick and See Rhode Island!

Summer at Goddard Memorial Park - Warwick, RI Fishing Pier at Rocky Point Park - Warwick, RI

One-Stop Shopping & Dining Galore

If you want to shop until you drop, you’ve come to the right place. Visit bustling Route 2 in Warwick and you’ll see why our city is known as “The Retail Capital of Rhode Island.” We have two large malls offering numerous stores, plus plenty of other shops and restaurants along Route 2. Or travel throughout the City to find all kinds of unique offerings and services from the many small businesses that can be found in Warwick’s more than 30 villages, each with their own place in our history. No matter where you go in Warwick, you’ll find a retail location where you can treat yourself to something special!
And, after a long day of retail therapy, you’ll find no place better to relax than in Warwick! Why not take in a movie at the Showcase Cinemas, or a performance at the Gamm Theater? Or maybe you’d like unwind with a signature cocktail and delicious food at one of our terrific restaurants, many of which offer tremendous views of our breathtaking Narragansett Bay. No matter what type of dish you’re craving, you’ll find it right here.

Shopping at Warwick Mall - Warwick, RI

Recreation & Leisure

Does your perfect day include a lot of rest and relaxation? Or would you prefer to be outdoors exploring your surroundings? Either way, you’re in luck when you stay here in Warwick. There are several golf courses, as well as bicycle and walking paths and bridle trails for those who like to be on the move. If you’re in the mood to relax, take a leisurely stroll through gorgeous Goddard, City, or Rocky Point Parks, which offer walkers, bikers and runners scenic wooded and waterfront paths to enjoy and ample grassy areas for picnics. Like to cast your line and wait for the fish to bite? Gorton’s Pond and Rocky Point Park both offer handicapped-accessible fishing piers. Playgrounds at City Park, the Oakland Beach seawall, and Salter’s Grove offer plenty of opportunity for the little ones to enjoy the great outdoors, too. Coming soon: a splash park at the seawall!

Horseback Riding at Goddard Park - Warwick, RI

Waves of Fun

If you love the water, we invite you to visit our 39 miles of coastline, complete with relaxing beaches and historic lighthouses. Warwick, which sits on gorgeous Narragansett Bay, is home to more boat slips, moorings, and marine services than any other community in the Ocean State. We’re just minutes from the beaches of Newport and South County, or you can stay local and enjoy one of our three smaller saltwater beaches or numerous freshwater ponds. Our seasonal seaside festivals, including classic car cruise nights, concerts, and food truck nights, offer family-friendly, free events for locals and out-of-town guests alike. Go to VisitWarwickRI.com for a full schedule of seasonal and annual events.

Sailing on Narragansett Bay - Warwick, RI
Warwick Center for the Arts - Warwick, RI
Warwick Center for the Arts

3259 Boston Post Road Warwick, RI Phone: 401-737-0010

Vibrant center an engaging showcase for all aspects of the arts

Immerse yourself in the work of community artists when you visit the Warwick Center for the Arts. Whether it’s a juried exhibit of Rhode Island artists in all media, or a showcase of the work of Rhode Island art educators, or student art from Warwick’s public schools, the center’s spaces give visitors a feast for the eyes. Other activities at the center include mindfulness meditation and yoga in the beautiful, brick-walled main gallery and a winter market artists and artisans sale. Classes and workshops include a paint-and-sip watercolor class. (Family-friendly and late-night improv comedy sessions are on temporary hold - please call or visit our website for current event schedule)
Clouds Hill Museum - Warwick, RI
Clouds Hill Museum

4157 Post Road Warwick, RI, 02886 Phone: 401-884-9490

Travel back to the 1800s with a visit to this magnificent estate

Open a portal to the past when you visit the Clouds Hill Museum, a showcase of late 19th-century life. The country estate was built in the 1870s as a wedding present for Elizabeth Ives Slater and has remained in the family ever since, passing through four generations to the oldest females. The Gothic Revival home’s original furnishings are on display, as are examples of Victoriana, fine collections of porcelain, glass and textiles. The impressive grounds are home to more than 70 species of trees and shrubs, and the carriage house includes a dozen vintage carriages. The home is decorated for the holidays starting in early December.
Beer Line - Proclamation Ale Co. - Warwick, RI
Proclamation Ale Company

298 Kilvert Street Warwick, RI, 02886 Phone:

Always something fun brewing here!

Enjoy a pour – and so much more – at Proclamation Ale Co., home to more brews than you could ever dream up, and all of them delicious. Founded in 2014, the brewery is not only a great place to stop by for a beer and some fabulous food truck offerings, it’s also the host space for everything from trivia nights and video game nights to artisan markets and other community events. The tasting room features a small retro video arcade, and there’s an outdoor patio and picnic area. Play some Mario Kart or just sit back and relax with a double IPA, imperial stout – even a mimosa-inspired ale.
Beer & Pumpkins - Apponaug Brewing Company - Warwick, RI
Apponaug Brewing Company

334 Knight Street Warwick, RI, 02886 Phone: 401-681-4321

Food, fun, fantastic beers at welcoming Pontiac Mill brewery

Tap into the great beers and delicious bites at the Apponaug Brewing Company. With a taproom in the historic Pontiac Mill, the brewery is a unique place to meet up with old friends – or make new ones. Apponaug brews everything from blonde ales, American pale ales and IPAs to sweet stouts, coffee stouts, Vienna lagers, West Coast IPAs, porters and pilsners. The food menu is just as generous: Grab a small-plate item like chips and salsa or fried pickles or feast on barbecue pulled pork flatbreads, fish tacos, roasted eggplant parm sliders and banh mi fries. (Yes, there’s also a kale caesar salad).
Clouds Hill Museum in Warwick, RI - Click here to visit us!
Warwick has great beer & great people! Visit Proclamation Ale and Apponaug Brewing and enjoy the flavor.
Brick Oven Pizza - Visit Warwick, RI
Visit Warwick Food & Drink

The menu of what Warwick offers diners is almost endless

Bring your appetite when you dine out in Warwick – and be prepared to make some difficult decisions! For breakfast, options range from classic diners with house-made hash and local coffee shops to restaurants serving gourmet muffins and stuffed French toast. For lunch, local eatery menus include hearty soups, deli sandwiches, specialty subs, tacos and afternoon teas. And then there’s dinner: Do you want burgers, Asian food, seafood, Mexican entrees, steak and ribs, pizza or pub food? Warwick has it all. And don’t forget dessert! Shops and restaurants will tempt you with pastries, shakes, sundaes, frozen lemonade and handmade ice cream and chocolates.
Escaped Alone - The GAMM Theatre - Warwick, RI
GAMM Theatre

1245 Jefferson Boulevard Warwick, RI, 02886 Phone: 401-723-4266

Theater’s eclectic seasons showcase new works, classics with modern twists

The GAMM Theatre is a gem, offering patrons the opportunity to experience critically acclaimed productions, from exciting world and regional premieres to re-fashioned classics. The 2022 season schedule includes new thought-provoking works such as Ironbound, stage classics such as Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, and the 37th annual GAMM Gala featuring fine dining, cocktails, music and more. Holiday time often includes a live radio play version of “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Local and visiting artists will engage and entertain audiences in the newly renovated Warwick venue. Post-show discussions are held the first Sunday of each run. There are discounts for seniors, students, preview performances and, on special nights, for under-30s and under-40s.