Travel to Rhode Island
Rhode Island is the smallest state in the United States and was the first of the thirteen original American colonies to declare independence from British rule, signaling the start of the American Revolution.
Rhode Island covers an area of approximately 1550 sq. mi and is bordered on the north and east by Massachusetts, on the west by Connecticut, and on the south by Rhode Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean.
Traveling through Rhode Island might only take a day, but you can learn a world full of history during just that one afternoon. The state might be very small, but it is so full of history that you are never going to be able to look back. Have you ever wanted to travel through time? If you are in Rhode Island you are going to feel that you are doing just that, because this state is so full of historical importance that you are going to feel as if you have stepped back to a time that began with the birth of this nation.
Each of the small towns and cities in Rhode Island has something to offer you. For instance, you can visit all of the museums and historical hot spots in Providence. You will be astonished with what you can learn about these different historical sites and what went on there.
Another beautiful thing that you are going to be able to see is the nature that surrounds you everywhere in Rhode Island. You have to drive from town to town, but really it is not problem because of the nature of the roads themselves. Imagine winding through beautiful forests and wildlife areas. The towns and cities are going to sneak up at you through the trees and dense wooded areas. Some of the best sights are found in the wildlife of Rhode Island.