Warwick is one of the photogenic areas of R.I. Depending on your interests, you can achieve great shots of many subjects: Scenic salt water views, Scenic Fresh water,Upland Views, Historic Sites, Victorian and Lighthouses or simply look to the sky over Warwick’s 39 miles of coast for spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Built to protect commerce through the Bay in the 1800’s, the Warwick lighthouses continue to guide nautical navigation through some rocky waters. The best way to see them is from the water, so if you’re interested check out the Save the Bay lighthouse tours.
Improvements in transportation have arguably made the world smaller, and many legacies of the past are written in the fabric of today. Warwick’s several distinct villages are a legacy of our history and a way of acknowledging and preserving the past while incorporating it into today’s municipal map. Enjoy visiting Warwick’s villages and many distinct neighborhoods with echoes of the past and vibrancy of today.