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We welcome groups to experience the beauty of Rough Point. Guided group tours introduce the singular personality of Doris Duke through the home she created, the art she collected, and the causes she embraced. The 60-minute tour visits two floors of the house and special exhibition galleries. We invite your group to explore the grounds on your own, before or after your tour. A guided garden tour may be added for an additional fee.

 Please contact us at visit@newportrestoration.org for information about availability. 

Advance reservations are required.

Groups of 10 or more:  $20 per person ($200 minimum)
Please note: Groups of 40+ will be a self-guided experience.

Curator-led tour: $10 per person in addition to the above prices
For groups seeking more information about Rough Point’s art collection.

Garden Tour: $10 per person in addition to the above prices
Garden Tours may also be purchased for groups as a stand-alone activity; see Three Centuries of Gardens below.

To inquire about group tours, or to arrange a visit, contact visit@newportrestoration.org

Please note Rough Point cannot accommodate motorcoaches and/or large buses.

Parking is available onsite.  The facilities will accommodate 36-passenger vehicles and smaller.

Accessibility: The estate is fully air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible.

 

To inquire about group tours, or to arrange a visit, contact visit@newportrestoration.org

The Newport Restoration Foundation's Whitehorne House Museum is the only museum in the world specializing in 18th-century Newport furniture and related decorative arts. Whitehorne House Museum will open for the 2019 season on May 29th.

Please contact us at visit@newportrestoration.org for information about availability. 

 

Advance reservations are required.

Groups of 10 or more:  $15 per person ($150 minimum)


Curator-led tour: $10 per person in addition to the above prices
For groups seeking more information about the collection.

 

To inquire about group tours, or to arrange a visit, contact visit@newportrestoration.org

 

Please note Whitehorne House Museum cannot accommodate motorcoaches and/or large buses.

Nearby street parking is recommended. 

Accessibility: Please contact us at visit@newportrestoration.org for information on accessibility. 

 

To inquire about group tours, or to arrange a visit, contact visit@newportrestoration.org

Prescott Farm preserves 40 acres of open space, a tribute to the agrarian heritage of Aquidneck Island. Guided tours can be tailored to meet your group's needs and interests. Tours may include an exploration of the site's ties to the Revolutionary War, historic and contemporary horticultural practices, or aspects of daily life in rural New England.

Advance reservations are required.


We recommend May-October for optimal experience, planning on 60-90 minutes for your visit.

Youth Programs are available for all ages.
If you are an educator interested in bringing your group to Prescott Farm, see our Educator Resources page for more details.

Rates vary depending on program. Groups are capped at 75 people.

To inquire about group tours, or to arrange a visit, contact visit@newportrestoration.org

Picnicking is encouraged at Prescott Farm (two picnic tables are available for use) and parking is available at the property.

Accessibility: The buildings have one step to the first floor. Paths between buildings are unpaved but well maintained. Portable restrooms are available seasonally.

To inquire about group tours, or to arrange a visit, contact visit@newportrestoration.org

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