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I saw Salve Regina University while on a tour of Newport, RI. The beauty of the campus is overpowering. The students who attend Salve Regina University are lucky indeed to study in such a gorgeous setting.
Châteauesque mansion in Newport, Rhode Island. Stunning mansion representing the Gilded age - We could not get inside, but plenty of pic opportunities from the outside, if you have time. I gave it a 3 only because we were not able to visit inside. Nice...More
We saw these buildings from the Cliff Walk. You can walk the grounds for free. They are very interesting as these were beautiful mansions before the University. Not sure about going inside. There some 1800s buildings and some more modern buildings mixed together. There is...More
With a centerpiece mansion located right on the Cliff Walk, what more can you say? Gorgeous historic buildings, beautifully manicured grounds with noteworthy plantings and trees and an incomparable location. Worth a visit on your own or as part of tour - so you don't...More
We saw Salve Regina two times - once during our trolley tour and once on our own drive. We saw much more of it on our own drive. What a stunning campus. Part of it is on the Cliff Walk and many areas of the...More
I was really impressed with this campus and the incredible buildings and the ocean walk.I have been to plenty of the big name colleges and this one stands right there with them.Its a smaller campus which is nice for a quick walk around and the...More
Response from hillretiree | Reviewed this property |
I was told no. I don't believe there is security at the door, but it is a classroom building, and visitors could be a distraction. But I would suggest you email Salve Regina directly to inquire. I was also told that some... More
I was told no. I don't believe there is security at the door, but it is a classroom building, and visitors could be a distraction. But I would suggest you email Salve Regina directly to inquire. I was also told that some usually off-limits buildings are opened to the public occasionally.