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African American Cultural Complex

African American Cultural Complex

A History Museum that highlights the contributions African Americans made towards the development of North Carolina. The complex features several buildings and nature walking trails.
City of Raleigh Museum

City of Raleigh Museum

The Museum is housed in a former hardware store and is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history of North Carolina's capital city. The museum curates temporary and permanent exhibits about the city's people, places, and resources.
Contemporary Art Museum

Contemporary Art Museum

An Art Museum located in the historic area of downtown Raleigh. All art and exhibits are new and unique. No permanent exhibits. Each exhibit will change about every three months. CAM has a unique partnership with NC State's College of Design.
Executive Mansion

Executive Mansion

Victorian Mansion, home to North Carolina’s governors since 1891. A fine collection of paintings by NC artists.
Haywood Hall Museum House and Gardens

Haywood Hall Museum House and Gardens

Federal-style house built by Treasurer John Haywood for his family c. 1799. Descendants occupied until 1977 when left to Colonial Dames. Family portraits, furnishings, and restored gardens. Original site with early paintings, barn, hitcher, and third gazebo.
Historic Oak View County Park

Historic Oak View County Park

More than 165 years of farm history combined with recreational activities and special events. The historic park contains a cotton museum, an 1855 Greek Revival Home, and two other museums.
Historic Yates Mill County Park

Historic Yates Mill County Park

Home of the only remaining gristmill in Wake County. The park offers mill tours from March through November and corn grinding displays on each third weekend during this period. The park offers a variety of activities including fishing and hiking.
Joel Lane Museum House

Joel Lane Museum House

Beautifully restored 18th-century house fully furnished with period antiques. Garden. Costumed docents tell history. Wake County's oldest building.
Legends of Harley Drag Racing Museum

Legends of Harley Drag Racing Museum

Check out the only Harley-Davidson drag racing museum in the world, located on the second floor of one of the largest Harley dealerships in the United States. The showroom is the home of the world-famous drag racing champion Ray Price.
Marbles Kids Museum

Marbles Kids Museum

Downtown children's museum for children ages 1-12. A unique, hands-on, interactive museum. The museum features four indoor galleries, two outdoor escapes, and an IMAX Theater.
Mordecai Historic Park

Mordecai Historic Park

Mordecai Mansion is an antebellum plantation home. Also, see other historic structures moved to Mordecai Park for preservation, including the Birthplace of Andrew Johnson.
North Carolina Museum of Art

North Carolina Museum of Art

The collection represents 5,000 years of artistic heritage. Areas of particular emphasis include Old Dutch Masters, American 19th-century paintings, Renaissance masterpieces, Egyptian artifacts, classical statues, and tribal art.
North Carolina Museum of History

North Carolina Museum of History

History comes alive through the exhibits and programs presented by the state’s Museum of History. Exhibits, programs, parking, and gift shop on site in 172,000 square-foot facility.
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

Explore three floors of North Carolina’s natural treasures any day of the week. You may meet an opossum, see a dinosaur play, or create a natural craft.

North Carolina National Guard Museum

The NCNC Museum is dedicated to preserve and explain the service and traditions of the North Carolina National Guard. The museum is located in the State’s Joint Force Headquarters and has a mobile museum, “The History Machine.”
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