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Providence Place Mall - Conveniently located in downtown Providence the Providence Place Mall is the newest and largest mall addition to the city. Located across from beautiful Waterplace Park, shopping takes on a whole new meaning. The mall features brand named designers like Abercrombie and Fitch and has several restaurants located throughout the mall. The mall also features several theaters including an IMAX screen.

The Arcade - A must for visitors to Providence is The Arcade, America's oldest indoor mall. Stroll along under stained glass skylights and among ironwork railings built during the Greek revival periods. There are several quaint delis and cafes, a hair salon, department store and arcade area that also feature Center City Art where local artists exhibit their art.

Thayer Street - Thayer Street is very much a part of the New England culture located near Brown University. The street area offers many shops and restaurants and is where many students and travelers are known to be. Browse through two major bookstores or enjoy sitting on an outdoor patio and watching people pass by.

Providence Activities

The Providence Children's Museum The Providence Children's Museum is a place to unwind and have fun after a busy day. The hands-on exhibits and activities will keep children busy for hours. Explore Rhode Island trees and plants in the Children's Garden or live out your dreams of being a veterinarian in the mini animal hospital. Travel down one of the many mini city streets or explore time travel.

Providence Restaurants and Bars

Providence Restaurants

Capriccio's - Travel to a place and time far away at Capriccio's. The cobblestone floors and two dinning rooms created from the historic cellars give the patrons a taste of what dining in the Old World would have been like. The menu offers everything from beef Wellington to pastas and chicken. Their extensive wine list features more than 550 wines that tuxedoed waiters and waitresses will be happy to serve you. A piano bar features live singers four nights per week.

Al Forno - Known by locals as one of Providence's finest upscale restaurants Al Forno has been serving guests authentic Northern Italian cuisine for years. The menu features everything from pastas, chicken and seafood and the wine list offers more than 250 label names. The European influenced atmosphere is quiet and a bit romantic but is a great place for all types of diners.

Camille's - Located in the Italian neighborhood of Federal Hill Camille's is a classic restaurant to Providence. The casually-elegant dining room is enhanced by the many works of art that adorn the walls. The menu offers Italian and American dishes so, everyone is sure to find something to their liking.

Providence children's activities

The Providence Children's Museum The Providence Children's Museum is a place to unwind and have fun after a busy day. The hands-on exhibits and activities will keep children busy for hours. Explore Rhode Island trees and plants in the Children's Garden or live out your dreams of being a veterinarian in the mini animal hospital. Travel down one of the many mini city streets or explore time travel.

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