#CamelGram

img_7037As museum professionals, one of our favorite parts of the job is hearing back from satisfied visitors. One of the really fun ways we get to do that at Rough Point is through #CamelGrams on Instagram.

Doris Duke was well-known for her two pet camels, Baby and Princess, who spent their summers on the lawn at Rough Point and surprised many a visitor to the cliff walk. In honor of those live camels, we now have several topiary camels on the property.

If you enjoyed your visit to our museum, take a second and pose for a photo with these camels! If you post that photo to Instagram with the hashtag #CamelGram, we will see it and know you enjoyed your visit. Feel free to leave visitor feedback in your post as well, or leave us a review on Trip Advisor.img_7041

Thank you for your visit and keep those adorable camel photos coming!

~ The staff at Rough Point

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About NewportRestoration

Founded in 1968, Newport Restoration Foundation (NRF) is a non-profit institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting and maintaining Aquidneck Island's 18th- and early 19th-century architectural heritage and the fine and decorative arts collections of Doris Duke.
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