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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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  • Really enjoyed our little visit to Trinity Church. Loved chatting with the very knowledgeable local guide. A wonderful diversion. Definitely recommend. 
  • Our group had just planned to look inside, but we were very fortunate to have a wonderful guided tour when we arrived. She told us so much history about the church and the people who had worshiped the...  more »
  • This is a beautiful old church. Be sure to really look at the stained glass windows - they're by Tiffany. And oddly, the top part of the windows are blocked, so you have to maneuver to see the whole w...  more »
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  • Its build in 1725 in wooden style by the British council of Rhode Island.