Comfort Inn & Suites Crabtree Valley
6209 Glenwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27612
Phone: (919) 782-1112
Fax: (919) 782-9119
6209 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC, US, 27612
- Phone: (919) 782-1112
- Fax: (919) 782-9119
Raleigh Grande 16 is a 16-screen cinema with screens featuring the latest in sound and digital technology. Coupled with comfortable stadium seating, refreshments and a lounge area, this cinema is a fun place to watch a movie. Sit back, relax and rest-assured that you won't be blocked by the person in front of you. Call for ticket prices and showing times.
This opera company has won accolades for its uncompromising professional standards, internationally renowned casts, and sold-out performances.
This independently owned and operated movie theater is the result of the owner's passion for films and film industry which has produced a cinema that is well-kept and a pleasure to visit. The popcorn from the concession stand is a real treat. If you're in need for a way to entertain guests during a party, try out the cinema's Outdoor Movie Exhibition for an outdoor movie experience your guests won't soon forget! The Colony doesn't accept credit cards which is a shame since it does serve beer.
A mainstay in the music culture of North Carolina, the symphony has entertained music lovers since 1932. Meymandi Concert Hall is its regular home, but performances can take place at other venues ranging the gambit from concert halls and auditoriums to gymnasiums and outdoor arenas. The Koka Booth Amphitheater in Cary, North Carolina is one such outdoor venue in which the North Carolina Symphony regularly performs in during its Summerfest program. The Symphony's Summerfest program has become a popular attraction during the summer months and is a wonderful way to introduce orchestral music to children. Many families spread blankets on the lawn and have a picnic while enjoying the music.
This cineplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website for details.
This independently owned and operated movie theater is the result of the owner's passion for films and film industry which has produced a cinema that is well-kept and a pleasure to visit. The popcorn from the concession stand is a real treat. If you're in need for a way to entertain guests during a party, try out the cinema's Outdoor Movie Exhibition for an outdoor movie experience your guests won't soon forget!
Carter Finley Stadium is home to North Carolina State University's Wolfpack. It has a 51,500 seat capacity that is often stretched to its limit during football season. The stadium honors Wilbert James (Nick) Carter (1902-1972), Harry Clifton Carter (1908-1990), and Albert Earle Finley (1895-1985). The two Carter brothers graduated from NC State's school of Textiles and became top executives in the J. P. Stevens Company. Finley, who eventually started his own business, the Raleigh Tractor and Equipment Company, always kept an active interest in supporting the college.
Skate on in to the state-of-the-art RBC Center and watch the 'Canes rule the ice. When this NHL Hockey club, originally the Hartford Whalers, first hit North Carolina in 1997, it was not well received. Since then, it has become on of the hottest tickets in town. An outstanding venue, better than average food and Stormy Hog, the irresistible team mascot, make this a fun choice for groups and families.
One of the newest sports and entertainment facilities in America, the PNC arena is home of the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes and North Carolina State University's men's basketball team. They also frequently host concerts, ice shows, circuses, corporate meetings and trade shows. The Center iss a vital part of the Raleigh community. Amenities include three concourses, 75 luxury suites, and restaurants.
The ultimate carnival, this ten-day event held each year in mid-October, is a ritual for most locals. Where else can you feast on roasted corn, funnel cakes and sausage sandwiches, view prize-winning livestock, witness bizarre carnival acts, check out midway rides and games, catch a concert and see fireworks (whew!) all in one day? It can get expensive, though, so take advantage of advance ticket sales (admission and rides) and promotions.
J.S. Dorton Arena was originally built in 1952 to serve agriculture and industry in North Carolina. This distinctively designed building is a state and national landmark. Dorton Arena's design gained international reputation for its use of parabolic arches, concave roof and suspension cables. It boasts the first use of a cable supported roof system in the world which allows for a column free arena in which no view of the arena floor is obstructed. Now, exhibits, performances and the annual State Fair are held here.
With more than 344 acres (139 hectares) of land and a total of 398,000 square feet (36,975 square meters) of building space, North Carolina State Fairgrounds is the best rental facility in Raleigh. The fairground consists of many buildings that can host conferences and seminars. Also, the grounds are host to various local festivals, exhibits and trade shows. The North Carolina State Fairgrounds is also famous for its North Carolina State Fair and weekly Fairground Flea Market.