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Rough Point is a mansion and a museum with an extensive collection of fine and decorative arts and a sprawling historic landscape with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. The property is experienced today largely as it was lived in during the lifetime of its most famous owner, the heiress, philanthropist, and preservationist Doris Duke.

Current Exhibitions

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Museum Hours

Rough Point Museum will be closed until further notice. Please check this page for continuing updates.

Tickets
Adults: $20.00
Students with ID: $10.00
Children 12 & under: Free
Scheduled guided museum tours available for an additional $5.

Ground Pass
All visitors: $5

Combine Your Ticket
Purchase a combined ticket to both Whitehorne House Museum* and Rough Point Museum for only $25!
*Whitehorne House Museum is temporarily closed – opening date to be determined.

Group Tours
For groups larger than 10 visitors, please visit our Group Tours page.

 

Rough Point Museum will be closed until further notice. Please check this page for continuing updates.

We are open online! We invite you to explore the remarkable mansion of an unconventional heiress from home. Please follow our  Facebook, Instagram or YouTube pages for the latest updates on opening, upcoming Rough Point From Home programs, and more.


Visit our online museum store!

The products of the Newport Restoration Foundation Store celebrate the life and passions of our founder, Doris Duke. We invite you to explore our curated collections—including unique, one-of-a-kind pieces inspired by our museums’ design, collections, and stories— exclusively available here.

Click here to start shopping from home or visit shopnewportrestoration.org.

  • Orders $50 or more and shipping is free
  • Free drop-off delivery for Aquidneck Island addresses (Portsmouth, Middletown, Newport, RI)
  • Contactless pick-up is available at 51 Touro St.

 

Group Tours
For inquiries on groups larger than 10 visitors, please visit our Group Tours page.

680 Bellevue Avenue
Newport, RI
401–847–8344
visit@newportrestoration.org

Parking is available at the property. The estate is fully air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible.

The Collection

Dutch Rococo marquetry chairs

12 armchairs and a settee with tapestry seats featuring Fables of La Fontaine

Famille Rose covered jars with phoenix and cranes among peonies

Portrait of Nanaline Holt Inman Duke

20 panels of hand painted Chinese wallpaper

Study for Decorative panel with two hounds by Oudry

See The Collection
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