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History and Heritage in Raleigh, NC

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The recorded history of Oak View began in 1829 when Benton Southworth Donaldson Williams purchased a trac...


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Joel Lane's house, a jewel of mid-Atlantic Georgian architecture, was built circa 1770 in North Carolina's back country.  In ...


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Home to North Carolina's governor and family, this 1891 Queen Anne Victorian mansion opens its ground floors to the...


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While at Mordecai, visitors can tour other historic structures which have been moved to Mordecai Park for...


John Haywood, the states first elected treasurer, built this Federal-style frame house in 1799 for his family, in ...


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Explore more than 14,000 years of North Carolina history, from the state's earliest inhabitants through the 20t...


City Market

Raleigh, NC

Experience historic City Market, home to art galleries, restaurants and specialty shops. The original cobblestone ...


Christ Episcopal Church has been designated a National Historic Landmark This site possesses national significance in...


L. O’B. Branch

Raleigh, NC

General Description This trail is a moderate 2.2 mile hike. It is located in the northwest area of the park alon...


The first public park in the United States solely devoted to Dr. King and the civil rights movement, it is bordere...


Internationally recognized as one of the premier collections of trees and shrubs with over 5,000 different plants ...


The Triangle's only full-service tour operator with professionally guided motorized and walking tours, Tobacco Roa...


The original Olivia Raney Library opened in 1901 across from the old Capitol, moved to Fayetteville Street Mall in...


Adjacent to Historic Oakwood, the Oakwood Cemetery, with over 20,000 interments, is the resting place of approxima...


Enjoy a narrated tour of Downtown Raleigh from an “old” point of view! The tour lasts approximately one hour. The ...


Borden Building

Raleigh, NC

The Borden Building is one of two remaining buildings on the former campus of the Methodist Home for Children. Wha...


Oakwood Cemetery

Raleigh, NC

Governors Aycock, Bragg, Fowle, Holden, Swain, and Worth, other notables and Confederates buried there. 3 blocks E.


Triangle Glides

Raleigh, NC

Learn about local history and glide right up to historic landmarks while sightseeing on a narrated, guided Segway ...


Housed in a restored 1868 railroad hotel, the Page-Walker Arts & History Center offers visitors views of regional ...


This memorial is dedicated to the heroic men and women of North Carolina who served in America's wars. As long as the...

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