Newport, RI: Playhouse w/Lobster Fest
Newport offers wonderful things to see and do including Lobsterfest! Enjoy a lobster lunch along with a show and a delightful Cabaret offering up songs and laughter.
2 Nights Accommodation, 2 Breakfasts at your hotel, Dinner at Johnny's at the Atlantic Resort, Lobsterfest Lunch, Show at the Newport Playhouse with Meal own, Newport Sightseeing, Tour of The Breakers, Stop at Olde Mistick Village, Baggage Handling, Taxes & Gratuities (Except Driver & Guides) & Round-trip Deluxe Motor Coach.
1.25 lb. Boiled Lobster OR Oven Roasted Chicken
Mussels sautéed in white wine & garlic
Corn on the Cob
Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes
Choice of New England clam chowder or salad
Fresh baked rolls
Choice of Dessert: Strawberry Shortcake, Chocolate Brownie or Watermelon
Hot coffee, hot tea or water
*Menu subject to change
Show at the Newport Playhouse
The Newport Playhouse was established in 1983 and has been a favorite with locals and tourists ever since opening with a great buffet--a wonderful play and a fun-filled cabaret.
The intimate theatre is just a short stroll from the dining room. There you will enjoy some of the finest entertainment available. Professional actors will delight you with a wonderful play worthy of Broadway. Then it is back to your original table...or you may enjoy the view from the bar...where the dining room has been transformed into a delightful Cabaret where our Company Members continue to entertain you with songs and laughter.
With an extensive, hearty buffet that doesn't skimp on quality or selection. Offering a large variety of hot and cold foods, main entrees, side dishes, beverages and homemade desserts.
Newport Sightseeing Tour
Enjoy the charm of Newport's historic buildings and restored homes on our guided tour. Take in the rugged beauty of Ten-Mile Ocean Drive and the fabulous mansions along tree lined Bellevue Avenue.
Built by Cornelius Vanderbilt II, one of the richest men in America, The Breakers was everything a millionaire of the Gilded Age could want in a summer getaway. A classic Italian palazzo design, the finest American and European craftsmanship, views of the sea, and modern technology combined to make the ideal setting for luxurious living and entertaining. The Breakers was built from 1893-1895 to replace a smaller, wooden house that had been destroyed by fire. To reduce the risk of another fire, Vanderbilt and his wife, Alice, commissioned architect Richard Morris Hunt, a leading architect of the Gilded Age, to design the new structure of steel, brick and limestone; utilities such as the boilers were placed underground and away from the house.
Olde Mistick Village
Stroll the beautiful lanes and enjoy shopping in distinctive buildings designed to represent a New England Village of about 1720. Enjoy picturesque settings of flowers, trees, and duck ponds that surround you as you relax and unwind.