Future of Travel Global Forum: Optional Tours
Please sign up for your desired optional touring below. Please only register for 1 optional tour. Each option has a maximum number and tickets will be first come, first serve.
You do not need to print or provide proof of your ticket prior to or during touring. We will have your names on file.
Food + Public Art – 30 people total
Enjoy a progressive tasting and walking tour of some of the more unique culinary offerings of Providence’s downtown. Work off the nibbles with a walking tour showcasing our ever evolving public art pieces.
Ciao Providence – 30 people total
Providence is home to one of the largest Little Italy’s in the country! Why travel across the globe to experience the sounds and tastes of Venice? Take a leisurely ride along the Providence River with one of our Venetian trained Gondoliers (they’ll even sing to you!) and then head up to Federal Hill for a cultural and tasting tour you won’t be able to find anywhere else … outside of Italy that is.
Waves of History - 50 people total
Take in the largest collection of colonial homes that have never been moved, be marveled by the first Baptist church in America, and see where our country’s thirst for freedom began. Afterwards, take in the history of the Providence River with Captain Tom.
Why we are called the Creative Capital… - 60 people total
From the Rhode Island School of Design Museum (1877) to the Providence Art Club (1880) discover in the reason Providence has positioned itself as a home for artists to live, learn, and thrive! After a whistle stop tour of two Providence gems, we will check out the AS220 Print Shop (which offers classes large and small for people searching for a means of expression).
Outdoor Adventure – 15 people
Explore this fine city untethered! Hop in a Kayak to unveil a unique vantage point and afterwards grab a walking tour map to discover the great nooks and crannies of Providence! Why walk when you can take a NBX Bike? Pedal your way through downtown Providence.
Industrial Revolution and a Lager – 25 people
Visit historic Slater Mill, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. This historic textile mill complex on the banks of the Blackstone River evolved into a museum in 1955. With your new keen understanding of the intricacies of mill work, you’ll be flabbergasted by the re-use of another historic mill building which is now home to The Guild. This new craft-brew co-op is an excellent use of Rhode Island ingenuity and spirit! (tasting included)
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