One of the claims to fame of the North Carolina State Capital Building is that it is the most haunted of all state capitals. When first occupied it held all three branches of the... more »
Burning Coal Theatre Company's Meymandi Theatre at the Murphey School offers an inspiring, interactive theatre experience. Enjoy professional performances in an intimate setting... more »
The quaint shopping area called City Market was built in 1915 and is only three blocks east of the main street in downtown Raleigh (Fayetteville St), so it's convenient to... more »
North Carolina Museum of History: Compelling exhibits highlight North Carolina’s military history, sports heroes, decorative arts and more. Museum admission is free. Museum Shop features North Carolina crafts.