Address: 56 Exchange Terrece, Providence, RI
Visit the Block Island Wind Farm the first Wind Farm in the United States. Best seen from the Southeast Lighthouse.
We operate the Block Island Wind Farm, America’s first offshore wind farm, and have a comprehensive geographic coverage with the largest pipeline of development capacity. Our offshore wind projects will not only deliver clean, reliable energy but bring huge opportunities for local economic growth and job creation.
In the U.S., we have the potential to deliver clean energy to the seven states on the East Coast that have committed to build more than 10GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030. We operate the Block Island Wind Farm, America’s first offshore wind farm, and have been awarded over 2,900MW of capacity through six projects. Our offshore wind projects will not only deliver clean, reliable energy but bring huge opportunities for local economic growth and job creation.
Phone: (401) 274-0001
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Address: Corn Neck Rd, Block Island, RI
Open Thursday through Monday 10am – 4pm Closed Tuesday & Wednesday and on rainy days.
The present light, a granite keeper's dwelling with a tower attached to the roof, was built in 1867. It is the fourth lighthouse to attempt the shifting sands on Block Island's Sandy Point. In 1973 the Coast Guard closed the lighthouse and replaced it with a light on a skeleton tower. The town of New Shoreham acquired the lighthouse in 1984 and it is now maintained by the North Light Commission. National Wildlife Sanctuary trails lead to the lighthouse from the parking lot. There is no tower access and is closed on rainy days.
Phone: (401) 466-3200
Block Island Artisans Festival
This island tradition takes place once a year at the Narragansett Inn. This three day festival is brimming with all things artistic; oil or water color paintings, jewelry, pottery, jewelry, fabrics, candles, photographs and other hand made pieces created by a very talented group of artists.