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Trinity Church, Newport

#11 of 20 in Historic Sites in Newport
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Trinity Church, on Queen Anne Square in Newport, Rhode Island, is a historic parish church in the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island. Founded in 1698, it is the oldest Episcopal parish in the state. The current Georgian building was designed by architect Richard Munday and constructed in 1725–26. It is a National Historic Landmark.

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  • This church is easy to locate as its close to the harbor on Queen Anne Square. Trinity Church, built in 1725, is totally made of wood. And if you know Boston, it looks similar to “Old North Church...  more »
  • The staff member gave us a very knowledgeable tour explaining the history of the church and the names of many famous people who have attended services there. The pews are all in boxes, many private...  more »
  • Trinity church holds so much history. I love the stain glass windows, especially the Tiffany's. I stop here for many reasons when in Newport.
  • Tasty seafood, also a kids menu is a plus. Terrific view!

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