Flying Horse Carousel

6/30/2010 - The twenty horses are not attached to the floor but instead are suspended from a center frame, swinging out or flying when in motion. About each horse is hand carved from of wood and is embellished with real tails and manes, leather saddles and agate eyes. The only flying horse… SEE MORE

Potter’s Cove

6/28/2010 - Potter's Cove is a popular destination for boaters throughout Narragansett Bay. Listed on NOAA charts as Potter Cove, it is known by most locals as Potter's Cove. Located in the northeast  corner of Prudence Island (Prudence Island is an inhabited island which is part of the town of Portsmouth.  Prudence… SEE MORE

The Lobster Pot

6/4/2010 - The Lobster Pot is an iconic Bristol restaurant. It has a great atmosphere and gorgeous views of Hog Island and Narragansett Bay. The Lobster Pot has the best baked stuffed lobster on the east bay and their steamed mussels are a must try. SEE MORE

Museum of Yachting

5/6/2010 - Waypoint for Nautical History Buffs The Museum of Yachting at Fort Adams State Park is a must-see for those in tow with yachting traditions. New exhibits each summer span 150 years of history. Glimpse, for example, life aboard the 1885 schooner Coronet. Take the Oldport Water Taxi to the Museum… SEE MORE