North Carolina Museum of Art
The NC Museum of Art offers a collection spanning more than 5,000 years, a variety of exhibitions and programs, and the nation’s largest art museum park.
One of the premier visual arts museum of the south. It has art galleries as well as special exhibitions and outdoor parks.
Several trails with art located throughout. Check out the inside exhibits as well!
Inside you’ll find interesting and extensive art exhibits... outside there are beautiful trails and walks to inspire and relax!
“This free museum is devoted to science and nature and is the largest institution of its king in the Southeastern US. ”
“The perfect stop downtown for the history buff amongst you. Honestly, there are normally some pretty cool traveling exhibits at this museum on a regular basis. ”
“First public park in NC est 1887. Has rides including carousel, miniature train, pedal boats, tennis court, baseball field, an arts center and a performing arts venue (Theatre in the Park)”
“Crabtree Valley Mall is a regional shopping mall located in Raleigh, North Carolina. At 1,343,109 square feet, it is the largest enclosed mall in the Research Triangle area. Crabtree Valley contains over 200 stores and is anchored by Belk and Macy's”
“Recently re-named The Village District, this area was built the same time as our townhouse and remains the go-to shopping and dining destination for Raleigh. Our favorite dining spots include: Tazza (farm to table), Cantina 18 (TexMex), and The Village Drafthouse (burgers and beers). But that just scratches the surface! The Village District is also home to a Starbucks with arguably the best patio in all of Raleigh (you can see the Raleigh skyline from there), Fresh Market, Harris Teeter, Walgreens and of course the amazing and much loved Village Library. Don't forget to do some shopping! From outdoor gear at The Outdoor Provision Company to fancy dress at Kannon's they have it all, and best of all it's a delightful 5-minute stroll from the townhouse! More information at: shopvillagedistrict.com”