The Westminster Arcade or Providence Arcade (locally known as The Arcade) was a historic shopping center in Providence, Rhode Island. This arcade built in 1828, was the first enclosed shopping mall in the United States. It was closed in 2008 "in preparation for a major renovation of the mall's interior, according to the Providence Preservation Society". The building reopened on October 21, 2013  with a mix of retail shops, restaurants, and residential micro-lofts.
Designed by Russell Warren and James Bucklin in the Greek rectilinear temple style, the Arcade is replete with Ionic columns at either end. After falling into disrepair, it was rehabilitated by architects Irving B. Haynes & Associates and Gilbane Properties, and reopened in 1980. Its three stories were host to a diverse array of tenants including a number of primarily weekday lunch restaurants on the ground floor and a jewelry shop, clothing shops, a sci-fi/fantasy book shop, a game shop, and local non-profits on upper floors.