1,888 reviews #4 of 100 things to do in Newport Speciality Museums Closed now 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Visit website Call Email Write a review About The Elms was the summer residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Julius Berwind of Philadelphia and New York. Mr. Berwind made his fortune in the coal industry.
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The Elms is a large mansion (sometimes facetiously called a "summer cottage") located at 367 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island, completed in 1901.
The Elms Open today 10:00am – 5:00pm The Elms was modeled after an 18th-century French chateau but featured the latest technology of the Gilded Age. It houses an outstanding collection of paintings, statuary and tapestries, and its landscape features formal gardens, terraces, pavilions and fountains. Tours, Events and Exhibitions
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- 367 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, 02840, RI
- (401) 847-1000
In 1962, The Elms saved from destruction by the Preservation Society of Newport County for a cost of $116,000. Today you can visit The Elms and its beautiful grounds. Lots of parking is available. Download the app to learn more. Tickets are $29 for one home or $46 for three. We used our NARM reciprocity passes for reciprocal benefits for entry.
- 367 Bellevue Ave Newport, RI 02840
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Jan 19, 2015 · The Elms, one of the Gilded Age’s most famous cottages, opened its doors for the first time to over 200 guests with an 18 th century cotillion. Countless couples swayed to music in the flower-infested ballroom while Berger’s Hungarian Orchestra and Mullally’s Orchestra tickled their ears.
The Elms was modeled after an 18th-century French chateau but featured the latest technology of the Gilded Age. It houses an outstanding collection of paintings, statuary and tapestries, and its landscape features formal gardens, terraces, pavilions and fountains. Buy Tickets Learn more about The Elms Plan your visit 367 Bellevue Ave
Feb 20, 2014 · The sparseness of his new sleeping quarters felt especially at odds with the house around him: a 48-room French chateau known as The Elms on Bellevue Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island. Spreading out some 60,000 square feet, the mansion featured rare Italian marble, lavish 18th-century artworks, and a grand ballroom that comfortably held 400 people.
Accessible parking is available in the lot adjacent to the building. Accessible restroom facilities are located in the basement. The entrance to the property is located on the north side of the building. Assistance is provided by PSNC Staff. The Elms Elevator is 44 inches deep and 38 inches wide. The height of the wheelchair should not exceed ...
The Elms. Newport, Rhode Island, USA, North America. Top choice in Newport. Designed by Horace Trumbauer in 1901, the Elms is a replica of Château d'Asnières, built ...
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