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14

Whitehorne Museum Open House

Whitehorne House Museum, the only museum in the world specializing in eighteenth-century Newport furniture, has been a fixture of Lower Thames Street for almost 45 years, and it’s time for some change! Explore the museum for the first time or come back check out the moves we’re making. The museum’s charming pocket garden will also be open for wandering. Free Event

Whitehorne House Museum 416 Thames Street
Newport, RI 02840
401-847-8344
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Whitehorne Museum Open House

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