Newport Breakers Mansion Excursion Reviews

Newport Breakers Mansion cruise excursion
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Breakers Mansion, the 70-room Italian Renaissance-style villa built by the famous architect Richard Morris Hunt for Cornelius Vanderbilt II, is among them most visited in Newport.
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1 review
Sep 2016
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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image PaigeP Michigan
1 review
Aug 2016
What an amazing house - built in two years! It took us about an hour and a half to go through the home. The audio tour is included in the price and is very interesting. There is an audio tour for children, also.
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Provider: American Cruise Lines
Member Image pianoteachertravels
1 review
Oct 2015
A self-guided headset tour which is at your own pace, with extra listening information is you wish. This is an excellent tour!
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image landlovr
1 review
Oct 2015
Excellent driver and guide, nice bus.
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image Gardener222
7 reviews
Jun 2014

Our tour was a combination Cliff walk and tour of the Breakers. Best most informative memorable tour of the trip. the guide, a retired naval officer shared historical stories about the Newport society and current happenings in Newport. She was enthusiastic and was approachable. Of all our tours her enthusiasm, knowledge and friendliness stands out.

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Provider: Crystal Cruises
Member Image Jst4fun137
1 review
Sep 2013

crowded but interesting. All tours are self guided

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Provider: same
Member Image ladymadeline
3 reviews
Oct 2012
I love all the Vanderbilt houses, and the Breakers is no exception. My only complaint on this stop was the tour operator allowed us too much time here and everyone was back near the bus with about 20 minutes left. When we asked if we could walk to the Marble House, the bus driver got nasty and said if we chose to walk to the next house he wouldn't take us back to the ship. Guess he was having a bad day....
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Provider: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Member Image eagle1966
1 review
Sep 2012

great tour,could not book inside tour with cunard,we had a great lunch at the black pearl,ocean drive was beautiful.

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Provider: Cunard Line
Member Image gemini0660
2 reviews
Jun 2012
If you enjoy history & architecture, extremely interesting...GREAT audio-tour. Requires a LOT of walking (over an hour), if difficult for you, don't book!
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Provider: Newport Visitor's Center
Member Image Kat_Cruiser
1 review
Jun 2012
We took the Cliff walk and Breakers combined tour. We saw the mansion after the walk. I'd been here before in the 80s when the tour was given by a person rather than a recording. It's still a nice tour, and a very interesting window on the lifestyles at that time period. My only regret is we did not disembark earlier because the schedule looked like we'd have some time to shop and look around in town after the tour and that was not the case.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image cruisecrazy88
1 review
May 2012
Our last stop, Newport RI where we would tender in despite the rain. Yes, it was really really rainy, cold and windy however the tender crews did a fantastic job in getting us to Newport and the ship safely. Here we opted for the Vanderbilt Mansion tour and considering the weather we chose wisely. Our tour guide was great and a fun time was had by all.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International

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