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HEMENWAY’S Seafood Restaurant
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ANDINOS Italian Restaurant
Stepping into Andino’s is like being back in the 1940’s. Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra are staples on the sound system and the moody lighting of our classic italian restaurant combined with the red and white wine, the animated conversations, and the red sauce make one feel like this could be Brooklyn, or New York’s Little Italy 70 years ago. The feel of being back in time often is one’s impression as soon as you walk in the door. Let’s just say this place is a classic and a must visit.
Brown University is a private, Ivy League research University in Providence, Rhode Island. it is the seventh-oldest institution of higher education in the United States.
Founded in 1914, Johnson & Wales University is a private, nonprofit, accredited institution with approximately 13,000 students. An innovative educational leader, the university offers degree programs in arts and sciences, business, culinary arts, design and engineering, education, health and wellness, hospitality, nutrition and physician assistant studies.
In 2015, they became a Smithsonian Affiliate (the only Affiliate in RI), which means that they are now able to borrow from the Smithsonian, bring in speakers from their 19 museums and receive professional development training for our staff.
The mission of Providence Children’s Museum is to inspire and celebrate learning through active play and exploration. Rhode Island prioritizes children and their families in policy and practice and values children’s right, need and ability to play and learn in their own ways.
The Rhode Island Convention Center is located in the heart of downtown Providence and is a multi-purpose facility. They are capable of hosting trade shows, consumer shows, exhibits, receptions, banquets, meetings and, of course, conventions.
One of America’s premiere historic urban Parks and listed on the National Register of Historic Places; the 435 acre Victorian park boasts of lovely lakes, varied species of mature trees, and a fabulous rose garden. “The Jewel of Providence” attracts over 3.5 million visitors each year and offers an incredible selection of attractions including an award winning zoo, the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, circa 1895, the Casino, circa 1897, Charles Smith Green Houses and Botanical Gardens, carousel village, life size bronze sculptures and fountains. Roger Williams Park and Zoo is within walking distance of Edgewood Manor.
Pawtuxet Village knows how to mix history with hospitality. This picturesque coastal town, located in two cities, Cranston to the north and Warwick to the south, is probably best known for its beautifully preserved Colonial architecture and Gaspee Days celebration.
Located 2 miles from Edgewood Manor, The Rhode Island School of Design Museum houses over 100,000 works of art, ranging from ancient Greek and Roman sculpture to French Impressionist paining; from Chinese stone and terracotta sculpture to contemporary art in every medium. It also serves the public with a full schedule of special exhibitions, lectures, tours, concerts, and other programs. The collection is displayed in 45 galleries on three floors.