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  • Arts & Museums

    »Sertoma Arts Center

    A wide variety of art shows and offers classes in a variety of areas including classes for children, and adult art classes and workshops in basketry, clay, dance, drawing, painting, photography, and fitness are sponsored by this arts center.

    1400 West Millbrook Road
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27612

    »North Carolina Museum of Art

    Browse through an assortment of splendid art collections at the North Carolina Museum of Art. The display includes African, ancient and oceanic art in addition to an extraordinary exhibit of Judaic ceremonial art. American paintings by Singleton, Copley, Homer and O'Keefe are on display as well. The venue also hosts various exhibitions, concerts and other live performances.

    2110 Blue Ridge Road
    Raleigh, NC 27607

    »ArtSource

    With a collection of around 2500 works of art by 75 artists, ArtSource is a must visit for art lovers and patrons. Specializing in fine art, the gallery hosts theme-based exhibitions and showcases artwork by local talents on a monthly rotation. This ensures that each time you step in, there will always be something new and fresh awaiting you here. Browse through the selection and take home a few eye-catching paintings.

    4351-101 The Circle at North Hills Street
    Raleigh, NC 27609

    »North Carolina State University Solar House

    Constructed by the College of Engineering, this solar house serves as a demonstration and research facility and is the longest ongoing solar experiment open to the public in the United States.

    Corner of Western Boulevard & Gorman Street
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27695

    »Accipiter

    Fine custom furniture and contemporary lighting make up the basic offerings here, but there is so much more to see. An exciting visual arts gallery, Accipiter shows and sells the work of more than 500 national artists. Looking for that one-of-a-kind showcase piece? Find it here among unique paintings, glasswork, art furniture, sculptures and more. New art is brought in nearly everyday, so this is a different place every time you visit.

    2046 Clark Avenue
    Raleigh, NC 27605

    »Pullen Arts Center

    Beginners are welcome to try their hands at creating in various mediums of art at this arts center that is one of Raleigh

    105 Pullen Road
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

    »Madison Fine Art

    The gallery specializes in fine art and enables the public to see international and local pieces in a comfortable and relaxing environment.

    10410 Moncreiffe Road , Suite 101
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27617

    »Joel Lane Museum House

    Colonel Joel Lane played a key role in North Carolina's transition from county to state and Raleigh's capital city status. Later known as "The Father of Raleigh," he constructed this establishment in the 1760s in a primarily rural location, making it a recipient of admiration. Owned and restored by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, the manor houses a unique collection of artifacts, paintings and furniture that archetypes 18th-century living. The historic site has accolades aplenty to its credit, and guided tours to the museum attract throngs of locals, tourists, historians and educational organizations. The manicured lawns and verdant gardens make for a serene backdrop.

    728 West Hargett Street
    Raleigh, NC 27603

    »North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

    Explore the natural wonders of North Carolina, from the depths of its ocean to its rocky mountains.  Complete with a 20-foot (6-meter) waterfall, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science has much to offer. See North Carolina as it was, in a re-creation of six prehistoric habitats. This is home to the only Acorcanthosaurus discovered in the world, and Willo, the first dinosaur found with a fossilized heart. The Discovery Room is full of interactive exhibits. Looking for that perfect gift? The Nature Gallery has original nature-themed artwork available. There is a restaurant on site. The general admission is free of charge. There is a cover charge for special exhibits. Children under 13 years must be accompanied by an adult. The Discovery Room, Naturalist Center, and Living Conservatory remain closed on Mondays.

    11 West Jones Street
    Raleigh, NC 27601

    »North Carolina Museum of History

    Founded in 1902, this museum is committed to exploring and preserving North Carolina's rich heritage. Among the permanent exhibits is the Sports Hall of Fame, North Carolina folk life, and David Marshall "Carbine" Williams, a famous inventor of weapons innovations. There is a variety of changing exhibits available to explore as well. The museum houses a large collection of artifacts that represent agriculture, costumes, furnishings, sports and leisure and more. Admission is free. A great place to take the kids.

    5 East Edenton Street
    Raleigh, NC 27601

    »North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame

    Exhibits at this hall of fame include personal items donated by approximately 200 inductees and offers a chance to learn about these sports heroes and the impact that sports have played in North Carolina's history.

    5 East Edenton Street
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27603

    »Contemporary Art Museum

    The Contemporary Art Museum or CAM Raleigh is a museum completely dedicated to the contemporary art form. This space brings creative designs and contemporary collections from all over the globe to Raleigh. While it forays into the international art scene, local artists are featured regularly as well, thereby offering visitors a splendid collage of global and regional art. CAM believes in experimenting, and has special educational programs for young students who are given a chance to learn new things and showcase their work. The museum also hosts exhibitions throughout the year, thereby keeping contemporary art alive in the city.

    409 West Martin Street
    Raleigh, NC 27603
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