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The Weather in Providence
Above are the weather conditions for Providence. July is the warmest month in Providence with average maximum temperatures of 84°. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 21°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Providence, Rhode Island is New England's best kept secret
Providence, the capital of Rhode Island, offers the perfect combination of small town charm and big city sophistication. A vacation rental in this thriving community lets you immerse yourself in the culture of the city, explore child-friendly activities with the whole family, or venture further afield to experience everything Rhode Island has to offer.
Up your cultural knowledge at a host of museums
The Rhode Island School of Design is among the most well-known state landmarks and makes an excellent starting point for visitors. Have an educating and inspiring visit to the associated museum, which hosts diverse works of art spanning from ancient times to the present.
History fans can delve into the heritage of the area at both the John Brown House Museum and the Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum, which offer guided tours that are sure to enlighten.
A visit to the planetarium or zoo is fun for the whole family
Renting a vacation home is a great way to travel as a family and Providence offers numerous attractions to entice young minds. The hands-on Providence Children’s Museum is a must-visit, as is the unique and educational Museum of Natural History and Planetarium.
Ready for a break from museums? Children love the Roger Williams Park Zoo, whose incredible selection of animals housed in natural settings has seen it declared “the finest zoo in New England”.
Adventure awaits in rural Rhode Island
It is well worth taking time to explore beyond the city limits. Blackstone Valley’s historic sites let you take a step back in time to the industrial revolution; its fine dining delivers unforgettable meals; and its numerous trails and waterways provide adventure for hikers, kayakers and cyclists.
Looking for a day at the beach? Nearby Block Island features 17 miles of sandy oceanfront coupled with quaint shops and restaurants. A network of trails offers quiet hikes through rolling hillsides and flowering meadows.
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