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Ranked #31 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens
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Ranked #32 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #33 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Neighborhoods

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 »

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Ranked #34 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Parks
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Ranked #35 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Bodies of Water; Parks
Owner description: Eight-hundred-acre lake park features fish tournaments, boat shows, waterfront concerts and a state-of-the-art rowing dock... more » Owner description: Eight-hundred-acre lake park features fish tournaments, boat shows, waterfront concerts and a state-of-the-art rowing dock for sculling, sailing and canoeing. « less
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Ranked #36 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Malls
Owner description: A French Village in NorthEast Raleigh featuring restaurants, retail shops and a indoor/outdoor market. Great atmosphere and... more » Owner description: A French Village in NorthEast Raleigh featuring restaurants, retail shops and a indoor/outdoor market. Great atmosphere and outdoor diniing. « less
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Ranked #37 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #38 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Built circa 1770, Joel Lane’s home is a jewel of Georgian mid-Atlantic colonial architecture. It was fully restored and... more » Owner description: Built circa 1770, Joel Lane’s home is a jewel of Georgian mid-Atlantic colonial architecture. It was fully restored and furnished in the 1970s and is open for tours led by costumed docents. The site consts of three buildings and gardens: the museum, an adjacent 1790 middle-class dwelling, called the "Kitchen," beautiful herb and formal neo-colonial gardens, and a circa 1840 Visitors Center beckon visitors to enter a by-gone world. The buildings are filled with period furnishings and artifacts and paint a vivid picture of Colonel Joel Lane (1739-1795) and colonial life in the Carolina backcountry of 1770-1795. « less
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Ranked #39 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Bowling Alleys
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Ranked #40 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Parks; Historic Sites
Owner description: Nineteenth-century farmstead tells the story of America's agricultural and rural heritage, featuring a 19th-century... more » Owner description: Nineteenth-century farmstead tells the story of America's agricultural and rural heritage, featuring a 19th-century farmhouse, history interpretive center, Cotton Museum and a 170-acre pecan grove. « less
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Ranked #41 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #42 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #43 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #44 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #45 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Architectural Buildings; Flea/ Street Markets
Flea market open weekends at the fairgrounds.
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Ranked #46 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Ranked #47 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
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Ranked #48 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: History Museums
Owner description: The mission of this city museum is to recognize present-day Raleigh by understanding its past, through the collection and... more » Owner description: The mission of this city museum is to recognize present-day Raleigh by understanding its past, through the collection and preservation of objects and materials relevant to the city's history and culture. « less
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Ranked #49 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: The spacious front nine and tree-lined back nine offer Bentgrass greens and lush Bermuda fairways, making this 18-hole course... more » Owner description: The spacious front nine and tree-lined back nine offer Bentgrass greens and lush Bermuda fairways, making this 18-hole course a challenge to golfers at all levels. « less
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Ranked #50 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Historic Sites

Bennett Place is a small state historic site located in the suburbs of North Carolina's Triangle.  The site includes a small visitor's center, the farmhouse and outbuildings of... more »

Ranked #51 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Parks
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Ranked #52 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #53 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Art Museums
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Ranked #54 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Trails
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Ranked #55 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Bridges
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Ranked #56 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #57 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #58 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
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Ranked #59 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #60 of 75 attractions in Raleigh
Category: Historic Sites
A major historic attraction for visitors, which served as headquarters for General Johnston in 1865.
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