walking tour

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday May 23, 2012

On a clear June morning in 1769, a crowd gathered near a tall wooden platform, curiously watching gentlemen like Joseph Brown, his brother Moses, Stephen Hopkins and others using a telescope to observe the Transit of Venus. Two Providence

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday September 20, 2011

These walking tours celebrate the history of African Americans who lived on College Hill from 1701 to the present. Ray Rickman, a well known community leader, will lead a lively discussion and offer his perspective on the people and

Submitted by tamason on Friday September 02, 2011

In celebration of Louisa May Alcott, take a Walking Tour of Benefit Street to focus on 19th Century Women’s History with the Rhode Island Historical Society!

Louisa May Alcott left an indelible mark on the literary culture of her

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday July 27, 2011

Freelance writer, photographer and filmmaker, Patti Cassidy shares her passion for public sculpture – and war memorials in particular – on this 90-minute walking tour. The tour highlights WWI, WWII, and Korean War Memorials in Providence’s

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday June 21, 2011

 

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday June 09, 2011

 This 90-minute walking tour celebrates the history of African Americans who lived on College Hill from 1701 to the present. Ray Rickman, a well known community leader, will lead a lively discussion centered on the people and historic

Submitted by Anonymous on Monday May 23, 2011

A 90-minute walking tour highlighting the sculptures and art of Providence’s War Memorials with guest guide Patti Cassidy, filmmaker and urban art historian.

Begin: 10 am, John Brown House Museum, 52 Power Street, Providence