Liquid Blue performing live in Newport, Rhode Island.
Newport is a city on Aquidneck Island in the U.S. state of Rhode Island.
With a 1687 liquor license, White Horse Tavern is the oldest operating tavern in the country.
Brick Market Place began in 1760 as a market and granary.
A ship's tender is a boat used to transport people and supplies between ship and shore.
The Cliff Walk is along the eastern shore of Newport, Rhode Island.
It runs behind many of Newport's famous gilded mansions.
Between around 1880 and 1929, extravagant mansions were built on the waterfront.
Today some waterfront mansions are museums open for tour inside.
The Cliff Walk is world famous as a public access walk.
In 1975 the walk was designated as a National Recreation Trail.
Parts of the southern half of the trail are over the rocky New England shore.
Layla, Nikki, and Kristen on Cliff Walk with a waterfront mansion behind them.
There is a wedding going on in the background here along the Newport Cliff Walk.
Newport's Cliff Walk offers the architectural history of Newport's gilded age.
It also brings close the natural beauty of the Newport shoreline.
The Newport shore was once a fantastic center of extravagance in architecture.
The estates reflect the social competition of industrial revolution millionaires.
Marble House is one of the Gilded Age mansions now open to the public as a museum.
These were summer getaways for wealthy New Yorkers around a century ago.
The Hunter House is of American Colonial architecture and contains period furniture.
Touro Synagogue and the Torah it houses are both the oldest existing in the United States.
The Redwood Library is the oldest continuously used library in the U.S., built in 1748.
The International Tennis Hall of Fame at the Newport Casino.
The Newport Casino was the site of the first U.S. Open tennis tournament in 1881.
St. Mary's Church is where John F. Kennedy married Jacqueline Bouvier.
The BlueGirls singing in the rain in front of the White Horse Tavern.