A BRIEF HISTORY OF BEACON HILL
Located to the southwest of the Great Salt Pond rests the highest point on Block Island: Beacon Hill. At an elevation of 190 feet, it’s not the considered the most impressive peak in Rhode Island. Jerimoth Hill in Foster is
5 PLACES FOR BLOCK ISLAND SOUVENIRS
We all know that one of the most important parts of a vacation is the souvenirs you bring back with you. Some of them are great, like that sweatshirt you’ve been wearing for 10 years. Others, well, not so much.
IT’S A BLOCK ISLAND GETAWAY…1909 STYLE!
For over a century and a half, Block Island has been a renowned New England getaway destination. With the birth of clean, comfortable, and reliable sea transportation (like the Block Island Ferry), visitors from all over discovered the fun and
KNOW WHAT GOES GOOD WITH THAT?
In these posts, we often inform our readers about the many things on the island to do, see and learn. For the most part, we like to group things into categories, whether that be natural sights, restaurants, etc. When there
5 PLACES FOR ART ON BLOCK ISLAND
Providence may be known as the Creative Capital, but that doesn’t make it the end-all be all of arts in Rhode Island. Block Island has a wide variety of artists from different disciplines showcasing their work on a regular basis.
STATUE OF REBECCA
In the center of the Old Harbor traffic circle, you will find one of Block Island’s most recognizable landmarks: the Statue of Rebecca. When you exit the ferry onto Water Street, this young woman will greet you as you explore