Warwick, RI is a quaint city with a small town look and feel. When I visited it was due to a scheduling mix up and I flew into T.F. Green Airport. I had some time to kill so I decided to wander around what appeared to be a very pleasant very quaint town.
Being somewhat of a history buff I visited Warwick's historic sites. The most unusual site is a place called Drum Rock. This rock was used to signal other tribes by producing a deep resonating sound or so the story goes. It is a quaint stop and definitely worth a look if you are short on time.
During my short stop in Warwick, I also visited the Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum while I was there. This quaint little museum features Victorian exhibits. I was there during their 100 years of romance display. I hear that they change the exhibit to fit the season and would like to see more of them.
The only negative to the experience in Warwick was the food found there. I am not sure if it was the season or just a general lack of good chefs. It seems that everywhere I ate was not only over priced but had bad food. I'm not saying that all Warwick restaurants aren't up to par, as I'm sure there are some that get the job done.