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National Register: Rhode Island's National Historic Landmarks

National Historic Landmarks are historic places that hold exceptional national significance. Rhode Island's 45 National Historic Landmarks include buildings, historic districts, and archaeological sites. To view the nominations, please consult the Listings page.

BRISTOL
Joseph Reynolds House (listed July 28, 1983)

COVENTRY
Gen. Nathanael Greene Homestead
(listed November 28, 1972)

EAST PROVIDENCE
Crescent Park Looff Carousel
(listed February 27, 1987)

LINCOLN
Eleazer Arnold House (listed November 24, 1968) Built 1691.

NEW SHOREHAM (BLOCK ISLAND)
South East Light (listed September 25, 1997)

NEWPORT
Isaac Bell, Jr. House
(listed September 25, 1997)
Bellevue Avenue Historic District (listed May 11, 1976)
The Breakers (listed October 12, 1994)
Brick Market (listed October 9, 1960)
Chateau-sur-Mer (listed February 17, 2006)
The Elms (listed June 19, 1996)
Fort Adams (listed December 8, 1970)
John N. A. Griswold House (listed May 16, 2000)
Hunter House (listed November 24, 1968)
Edward King House (listed December 30, 1970)
Kingscote (listed June 19, 1996)
Marble House (listed February 17, 1976)
Newport Casino (listed February 27, 1987)
Newport Historic District (listed November 24, 1968)
Ocean Drive Historic District (listed May 11, 1976)
Old State House (listed October 9, 1960)
Original U.S. Naval War College (listed January 29, 1964)
Redwood Library (listed October 9, 1960)
William Watts Sherman House (listed December 30, 1970)
Trinity Church (listed November 24, 1968)
United Congregational Church (listed October 16, 2012)
Vernon House (listed November 24, 1968)
Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House (October 9, 1960)

NORTH KINGSTOWN
Gilbert Stuart Birthplace
(listed December 21, 1965)
Area around Smith's Castle (listed April 12, 1993)

PAWTUCKET
Old Slater Mill
(listed November 13, 1966)

PORTMSOUTH
Site of Battle of Rhode Island (listed May 30, 1974)

PROVIDENCE
Nelson W. Aldrich House (listed December 8, 1976)
The Arcade (listed May 11, 1976)
John Brown House (listed November 24, 1968)
College Hill Historic District (listed December 30, 1970)
Corliss-Carrington House (listed December 30, 1970)
First Baptist Meetinghouse (listed October 9, 1960)
Fleur-de-lys Studios (listed October 5, 1992)
Gov. Stephen Hopkins House (listed November 11, 1971)
Thomas P. Ives House (listed December 30, 1970)
Governor Henry Lippitt House (listed May 11, 1976)
Nightingale-Brown House (listed June 29, 1989)
University Hall, Brown University (listed June 13, 1962)

WESTERLY
Flying Horse Carousel
(listed February 27, 1987)