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Isaac Bell House

Isaac Bell House is one of the best surviving examples of shingle-style architecture in the country. Its architects and designers drew from a mix of international and American influences to create a unique Gilded Age style.

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Open Saturdays & Sundays, April 30 - May 29

Interested in a private or group tour?

Special rates available for groups of 20 or more adults and 10 or more students.

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Audio tours are self-guided using our free audio tour app

Visitors must bring their own smart device with earbuds/headsets and download the free Newport Mansions tour app before your visit. Printed scripts are available at most mansions and staff appreciate your questions.

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History

Considered very modern in its time, Isaac Bell House still fascinates anyone who appreciates creative architecture.

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  • Original Builder

    Isaac Bell

  • Architect

    McKim, Mead and White

  • Construction dates

    1883

  • Ownership transferred to the Preservation Society

    1996

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