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Spring daffodils in Newport, R.I. -- Scenes of New England Photos
Field of yellow daffodils at Newport's Cliff Walk and Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island
Field of Daffodils where Newport's Cliff Walk and Salve Regina University meet in Newport, R.I.

Article, photo by Eric Hurwitz created for VisitingNewEngland.com
on 5/4/2021 @newenglandinfo

The field of daffodils where Newport's Cliff Walk and Salve Regina University meet in Newport, R.I. blossoms as part of a major New England attraction every April. A million-plus of these flowers saturate the "City by the Sea" with every scene looking fabulous but this particular location, as pictured, might just be the sweet spot. The field of green grass and yellow flowers just off the Cliff Walk path dramatically leads to a stately Salve Regina University building. Salve Regina University, by the way, has been regarded by more than a few media outlets as one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States. We fully concur!

The Cliff Walk, one of New Engand's most spectacular oceanside walking paths, offers equally stunning daffodil scenes with wonderful juxtaposition by the sea. This view can be found virtually right across from the Cliff Walk/Salve Regina scene...

Daffodils by the sea at Newport's Cliff Walk in Newport, R.I.
Daffodils by the Cliff Walk.

The lifespan of daffodils is short so be sure to keep close tabs on when this scene peaks in April by contacting the Discover Newport tourism site. Don't miss this spectacular sight!

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