City Spotlight: Raleigh, NC

Raleigh, NC is a beautiful town. With so much to do and see in and around the city, you will never feel like you’re missing out. The culture and atmosphere is enticing for every one of all ages. The Performing Arts Center, especially, is something to see.

We outline below some of the top attractions you cannot miss when visiting this historic town. Check them out and hopefully they will help spark an idea for your next vacation!

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences – The largest one of its kind in the southeast, this museum has a lot to offer. It provides visitors the opportunity to get up close to the exhibits and really get to see and understand what they’re viewing. On a rainy day, this would be a perfect place to go with your family.

Pullen Park – Built in 1887, this park was the first public park in North Carolina. With its beautiful surroundings, community center, aquatic center, arts center, train rides and boat rides, you will never be bored when visiting here. Take an afternoon to spend alone or with your family and explore these 66 acres of wonderment!

Marbles Kids Museum – A great way to get you and your kids active, the Marbles Kids Museum is fun for everyone. With core values in fun and healthy living, this place of entertainment is one not to miss.

Durham Performing Arts Center – With over 200 events a year, there’s a plethora of shows and performing arts attraction to see. Spend the night out with someone special and choose a play to experience for the first time. With its stunning contemporary design, this center will leave you breathless the moment you walk in.

Koka Booth Amphitheatre at Regency Park – With many movies at night to choose from during the summer, this is a great place to enjoy being outside in such a fun and unique way!

If you would like more information on downtown Raleigh events, click here. If you want to check out a great online relocation guide, visit Diane Blais’ Online Resource.

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