Best Time to Visit Providence
Providence is Rhode Island's capital, and home of many historical landmarks and modern colleges.
Best time to visit Providence
When not to go to Providence
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MAIN GEOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
WHAT TO VISIT IN PROVIDENCE?
Providence downtown stretches along the Providence river and includes the districts of College Hill, Constitution Hill and Federal Hill. See Providence travel destinations map.
Some main travel references in these districts:
Brown University and University Hall
John Brown House
Performing Arts Center
Providence Place Mall
Rhode Island Statehouse
China Town (Federal Hill)
BEST TIME TO VISIT PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
Rhode Island Providence weather is changeable, with precipitation all over the year, very brief heat waves in summer and very cool weather in winter or even in the early spring. Snow is concentrated in winter months (it snows and rains slightly more in Providence than in New York; the average temperatures are also lower in Providence).
Late-spring, late-summer and early-fall are excellent months for visiting Providence, unless you want to enjoy sea resorts life in summer.
Since Fall's foliage is particularly popular and many weekenders demand New England in this period, you may want to avoid Autumn's weekends.
WHEN NOT TO GO TO PROVIDENCE
You should avoid the winter months, when temperatures attain very low levels. Take also into account that July and August may be uncomfortable due to humidity and high temperatures.
For details about the weather in Rhode island see the Table Weather below.
Providence, Rhode Island Table Weather