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Planning a Holiday to Providence

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Once a small town, Providence has developed into a sophisticated, creative city. The city is a mix of historic charm and cosmopolitan bent. Providence has four seasons. It transforms delightfully each season and becomes entirely new every time. The wonderful and pleasant mornings of spring, clear sunny days of summer, soft snow in winters, and crispy weather in autumn are a treat to experience. There’s always a reason for celebration when the seasons change. The city has much to get enthusiastic about as the months roll by. There is a lot going on in the city for art and culturally minded and food-focused folks. 

No matter when you plan to travel to Providence, you are sure to find something interesting and fun to do. With laid-back vibe, fewer crowds and affordable hotel rates most times of the year, it is an irresistible holiday destination. 

Providence Holiday
Image By WFProvidence (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons


Spring Season in Providence (March to May)

Spring is a good time to visit Providence as the city comes to life. Locals and tourists bask in the sunshine, indulge in plenty of outdoor activities, and enjoy blooming flowers and the natural beauty in springtime. Random rain showers may occur. Experience the walking tours in this season.

Average Spring Temperature in Providence
Average high temperature during spring season in Providence is in 50s and average low temperature hover in 30s and 40s. 

Clothes to Pack
  • Long and short sleeved shirts
  • Light sweaters and jackets
  • Jeans and long pants
  • An umbrella/ raincoats
  • Comfortable shoes

Providence Spring Events and Festivals

May

Summer Season in Providence (June to August)

Summer is sunny and hot in Providence, but you are sure to enjoy your stay. It is the great time to get outdoors. You can go hiking, biking, swimming, camping, boating and much more. It is a delightful time of the year. Enjoy alfresco dining, waters and Gondola rides in the evening. 

Average Summer Temperature in Providence
Average high temperature during summer season in Providence is in 80s and average low temperature is in 60s.

Clothes to Pack
  • Shorts, jeans and long pants
  • Light sweater, windbreaker
  • T-shirts and shirts
  • Sunblock and shades
  • Sandals, comfy shoes and flip-flops
Providence Summer Events and Festivals

June
“The Stroll”

July
Providence SoundSession 

August

Autumn Season in Providence (September to November) 

Leaves transform into a new color and light up during autumn season in Providence. This is a perfect time to visit Providence to experience the lovely autumn colors and pleasant, crisp weather. The holiday crowds become less and the hotel rates are affordable, too. 

Average Autumn Temperature in Providence
Average high temperature during autumn season in Providence is in 60s and average low temperature is in 40s. 

Clothes to Pack
  • Long-sleeved shirts and t-shirts
  • Long pants and jeans
  • Light and heavy sweater/jacket
  • An umbrella and raincoat
  • Comfy shoes and boots
Providence Autumn Events and Festivals

September
Rhode Island Annual Heritage Day

October
“The Stroll”

November

Winter Season in Providence (December to February)

Winter season in Providence is too cold and snowy. January month is the snowiest of the year.  Go for a theatre show or indoors to a gallery or museum in winter season. 

Average Winter Temperature in Providence
Average high temperature during winter season in Providence is in 40s and average low temperature is in 20s. 

Clothes to Pack
  • Layer clothing
  • Long warm pants and jeans
  • Long sleeved shirts
  • Medium to heavy coat, sweaters and jackets
  • Hats, gloves and mufflers
  • Pair of boots and comfortable shoes
Providence Winter Events and Festivals

December
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