Warren, Rhode Island, USA

Located on Rhode Island's scenic East Bay, between Providence and Newport, Warren is a unique town with both rolling farmland and sandy beaches and is situated 40 minutes from Newport and 20 minutes from Providence.

It was settled in 1653 as part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and transferred to Rhode Island in 1747. Drenched in Native American and Colonial history Warren has one of the oldest working waterfronts in New England, covering over 25km of marine-based industries.

A flourishing downtown offers an array of local art, antique shops, waterfront restaurants and more.

Things to see and do

* Firemen's Museum
* Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology
* Maxwell House
* Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum
* Roger Williams Park Zoo
* Marine Museum at Fall River
* Warrens Waterfront Historic District

General Information

Cruise Season May - Sept
Currency - US Dollar (US$)
Language - English
Land area - 22.53 km²
Population - 11,360
Time - GMT minus 5
Electricity - 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below
International Country Code - +1

Port location - Located at the head of the Warren River

Transport links
The nearest airport is Theodore Francis Green State Airport
RIPTA Buses serve the area

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