If you're a first time visitor to Raleigh, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Raleigh.
Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Raleigh.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:
"Also, you can head south on I-40 to Raleigh to go to the North Carolina Museum of Art." See More
"The Glenwood Avenue area is one to check out, very centrally located and close to the many (free) state museums, including the North Carolina Museum of History and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, both worth a stop." See More
"Durham Bulls Field Duke University is in Durham." See More
"For a guaranteed photo op with the Bunny himself, the Alexander Family YMCA in Raleigh has a Breakfast with the Bunny event, but that's on April 12, perhaps out of your time window." See More
"Davie; Beasley's Chicken and Honey on Wilmington has great fried Chicken (on a waffle) and baked mac & cheese; the State Farmers Market has a great Restaurant on Lake Wherler Rd." See More
"Happy and Hale - Great lunch spot for healthy food." See More
This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Raleigh locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Raleigh.
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