For the first time ever, The Breakers (1895), The Elms (1901) and Marble House (1892)willremain open daily through Winter.
"Over the last few years, we have gradually expanded the length of our Newport Mansions operating season, and visitors have responded," said Trudy Coxe, CEO & Executive Director of The Preservation Society of Newport County. "By keeping more houses open during the winter months we are also supporting our colleagues in Newport's hospitality industry, by offering visitors more reasons to visit and stay in Newport in the off-season."
Each house will feature guided tours during the winter months, with self-guided audio tours available at The Breakers during occasionalbusier time periods. Visit www.NewportMansions.org or call 401.847.1000 for details about the operating schedule and ticket prices. Additional Houses On March 19, 2016, Chateau-sur-Mer (1852) and Kingscote (1841) will open for the season. On May 21, all remaining Preservation Society properties - Rosecliff (1901), Green Animals Topiary Garden (c.1860), Hunter House (c.1748), Isaac Bell House (1883) and Chepstow (1861) - will open for daily tours.