What other things are there to do in Providence besides the convention?
There are numerous great museums (check out both the RISD Art Museum and the RIHS John Brown House for two of our favorites) and parks, hundreds of top-notch shops and restaurants, and many great adventures to be had exploring Providence and environs while you’re in town for the convention or any other time.
For one great list, check out this listing of free things to do in Providence, courtesy of the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
And, CVB’s “full” list of events and happenings for the spring and summer can be downloaded here.
We’ll add more such helpful lists as we come upon them.
Any good restaurants in downtown Providence?
There are plenty of them. Within a few blocks of the Biltmore, you’ll find award winning restaurants to satisfy any taste – here’s a handy link to food options, especially suited to hungry conventioneers or visitors passing through town.
What’s the deal with parking in Providence?
Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of cheap and easy options for parking, though there are a few.
One great resource is this handy online guide to parking options of all sorts, both for overnights and day visits.
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We’ll try to start filling this in as soon as possible, with any common recurring questions. In the meantime, we hope you find our website relatively informative regarding any questions you may have about NecronomiCon Providence.
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