16 Reviews
Tell people what you think
Samantha Lee
· October 13, 2017
I saw Airlyn there last night play French music with her beautiful cello my goodness is she talented. She was eloquent and sophisticated and had so much wonderful energy. Truly passionate about her cr...aft and played impeccably. What a treat it was to be invited to witness this raw talent. I enjoyed everything about her performance from the explanations, to her lessons learning them and the songs she picked we're so well played! My hats go off to GailMary for arranging this and to Airlyn for welcoming us to be a part of your concert thank you. I'll be watching you grow in your adventures God bless you. You are a beautiful young lady with so much talent and I'm so delighted I was a witness to one of the most beautiful harp performances I've ever scene. See More
Elaine Pusateri Cowan
· March 29, 2018
A treasure! Fantastic portrait collection and pocket gallery--such a gem.
Denise Dennett Higgins
· September 28, 2017
This library is home for me. Lost in books, art and architecture. Pure heaven!
George Brian Sullivan
· November 21, 2016
The Redwood Library is the finest attribute of the city of Newport, Rhode Island. Besides the extraordinary books it contains, the Redwood possesses a preeminent collection of paintings and an athen...aeum where the spirit and soul of the Redwood community resides. I dearly love the Redwood Library and Athenaeum. See More
Brian Trapp
· February 25, 2015
I love this Library for it's rich history, collections and all the wonderful people who work there to make it feel like a special place.!!
Happy #readabookday, which is like every day here 󾍇
We had a great time celebrating George Washington's Birthday with the Artillery Company of Newport and The Sons of the American Revolution
We've renovated our used bookstore, make sure to stop by and pick up a great beach read!

On this day in 1707 author Henry Fieldings was born, his novel "The Adventures of Joseph Andrews" was one of only two novels bought for our original collection in 1750.

No automatic alt text available.

Our Life of the Mind Salon lecture series continues with Dr. Michael Littman, professor of computer science at Brown University, discussing recent advances in artificial intelligence:

Image may contain: text