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Trinity Church, Newport

(4.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
An active Episcopal parish, and an historic landmark, Trinity Church has sat at the top of the hill in downtown Newport for more than 300 years. Come and visit the historic site, come and worship with the community of faith. Come and visit Trinity Church!
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  • This church is set on a public (Anne) square in the heart of town. Do stroll the grounds, but don't miss going in. This historic and well preserved church on American soil has some incredible Tiffany ...  more »
  • was a little taken aback by the tombstones which greet all visitors. That's common for the historical part of new England... headstones are everywhere! 
  • Really enjoyed our little visit to Trinity Church. Loved chatting with the very knowledgeable local guide. A wonderful diversion. Definitely recommend. 
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  • Its build in 1725 in wooden style by the British council of Rhode Island.