The Raleigh Convention Center is a bustling hub for the culture, commerce and technologies that make the Triangle one of the most admired and sought after regions in the United States. The modern, 500,000 sq ft facility includes a soaring street-level lobby, an elegant ballroom and a massive exhibit hall as well as cutting edge tech amenities and award-winning culinary delights.
PNC Arena is located in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is home to the 2006 Stanley Cup Champions Carolina Hurricanes and NC State University Men’s Basketball. On an annual basis, PNC Arena welcomes over 1.5 million guests and plays host to more than 150 events including major concert tours, and family shows.
The North Carolina State Fairgrounds consists of 344 acres of land and more than 400,000 total square feet of building space. Our buildings accommodate party sizes from fewer than 100 to over 10,000. Wi-Fi access is available throughout the complex at no additional charge. The roomy facilities, great location, excellent parking and award winning landscape make this location a great home to the NC State Fair each October.
Completed in 1840, the NC State Capitol is one of the finest and best-preserved examples of a major civic building in the Greek Revival style of architecture. It is a National Historic Landmark. It is the main house of government of the State of North Carolina. Housing the offices of the Governor of North Carolina, it is located in the state capital of Raleigh on Union Square at One East Edenton Street.
No district in Downtown Raleigh does hip and trendy like the Glenwood South District. Progressive restaurant concepts line the venerable Glenwood Avenue and create the place to see and be seen on warm evenings in Downtown Raleigh. What was once a quiet row of warehouses and art supply stores has transformed over the past five years into a thriving restaurant and retail environment.
Carter-Finley Stadium has earned a reputation as one of the most exciting venues in college football, mainly due to the dedication of Wolfpack fans. In the past decade, the facility has been renovated to match the excellence of the people who fill it and has become known as one of the finest football venues in the nation for both its atmosphere and its facilities.
The McKimmon Conference & Training Center, a unit of Continuing & Professional Education, hosts an average of over 2,000 events with more than 200,000 people coming through the Center each year. University, state government, non-profit and business organizations choose the Center for large statewide, regional and national meetings or small training sessions.
The William Neal Reynolds Coliseum, home of NC State women's basketball, women's gymnastics, women's volleyball and wrestling, is one of the most tradition filled and exciting places in America to watch collegiate athletics. With 8,560 red seats, Reynolds makes for a wonderful home court advantage that has been enjoyed by Wolfpack athletics dating back to 1949.
Raleigh’s Amphitheater is the venue for live concerts, festivals and events. It's set in the heart of downtown, so after your favorite artists say goodnight, you can continue gettin’ down at countless downtown restaurants, clubs and bars. It's shimmerin', It's rockin', It's live, It's the Red Hat Amphitheater.
The Walnut Creek Amphitheatre Music Pavilion is an outdoor amphitheatre in Raleigh, NC that specializes in hosting large concerts. The amphitheatre is part of a 77-acre complex located on the west bank of Walnut Creek, southeast of Raleigh near the I-40/US 64/I-440 (Beltline) interchange. Seating capacity is about 6,847, of which about half are under cover; the open lawn can accommodate another 13,653.
The GRCVB provide convention, meeting and event planning assistance as you investigate potential sites for your meeting, secure proposals from the meeting facilities that meet the criteria for your meeting or event, assist in the bidding process, including preparing the bid, securing letters of invitation from key officials and presenting the information to your decision-making body and arrange and direct site inspections of meeting facilities and attractions.
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is the largest museum of its kind in the Southeast. Through our exhibits, programs and field experiences, we provide visitors with opportunities to get up close and personal with science and nature.
Marbles Kids Museum is a hands-on, minds-on museum that inspires imagination, discovery and learning through extraordinary adventures in play and larger-than-life IMAX experiences. The five themed museum exhibits are designed for children 10 and under, and the Wells Fargo IMAX Theatre on campus caters to adults and children with a complete calendar of feature and documentary films.
The North Carolina Museum of History is alive with the past—your past. It is as full of life and personalities as it is people who care for the collection, people who interpret the collection, and people who visit the collection. It is also alive with the contributions of all the people involved in its creation, development, and growth.
The COR Museum seeks to teach the public about the beautiful capital city of North Carolina. Under the management of the Historical Resources and Museums Program of the City of Raleigh's Parks and Recreation Department, the COR Museum is dedicated to teaching those who visit about the past, present, and future of Raleigh. We look forward to your visit!.
Joel Lane built his home in the early 1770’s in what was a very rural part of North Carolina. He is called “The Father of Raleigh” because he facilitated the location of North Carolina’s capital city on his land in 1792. His faithfully-restored plantation manor was once deemed “The Best House for 100 Miles.” A visit to this important historic site will transport you back in time.
The Lincoln Theatre is located in downtown Raleigh at 126 E. Cabarrus St. between Wilmington St. and Blount St. The venue is host to music groups of all types and parking is available onsite or across the street for a fee.
John Haywood, North Carolina’s first Treasurer and Raleigh’s first Intendant of Police (Mayor), began construction of Haywood Hall in 1799 as a home for his family. Now host to many wedding ceremonies and receptions, many couples choose the intimate garden setting to share their vows. The gardens are graced with resplendent color year round, and particularly the months of March through November.
Situated on 66.33 acres between Western Blvd., Hillsborough St., Ashe Av. and North Carolina State University, Pullen Park has much to offer people of all ages. Offerings include the Aquatics Center, the Community Center, the Arts Center, Amusements, Pullen Place Cafe, the Playground and Athletic Fields.
CAM Raleigh seeks to curate the most contemporary works of art and design possible—those still emerging, growing, and living. We hope to spark new thinking by creating ever-changing experiences that explore what’s now and nearing.
Artspace inspires creativity by engaging the community in the visual arts process. Artspace is a dynamic studio environment of established and emerging artists and a center for hands-on arts education and nationally acclaimed exhibitions. Artspace is Raleigh's visual art center for creation and interaction.
Home to Broadway Series South, North Carolina Opera, Carolina Ballet, Hot Summer Nights, NC Symphony, NC Theatre and Pine Cone Music. Over the years, this richly historic theater has played host to a dazzling spectrum of artists and performances.
The course is an 18-hole, 7,350-yard, par 71 public course. The Arnold Palmer Signature multipurpose golf course that also includes a research center and clubhouse. It not only aids the golf teams, but would also supports critical academic programs, including the Professional Golf Management (PGM) and turfgrass programs.
Goodnight’s Comedy Club opened in 1983 in the height of the stand up comedy craze, and through the years, it has earned the reputation for being one of the top comedy clubs in America. Goodnight’s has been sited in both USA Today and The Wall Street Journal as “One of the Top 10 Places to Sit Down and See Stand Up.”
The Moore Square District’s name arises from the urban park housed on the city block bounded by Hargett St., Blount St., Martin St., and Person St. and is the city’s hub for arts and cultural entertainment. Art galleries, the Marbles Kids Museum/Wells Fargo IMAX® Theatre, and Artspace serve as a constellation of arts attractions that surround the park’s stoic oak trees and landscaped gardens.