About Us Katie Bruno 2017-03-29T14:34:00+00:00 Adventure Landing in Raleigh, North Carolina is a leader in the Family Entertainment Center Industry. The park offers attractions for all age levels, a food and beverage area and specializes in Birthdays and Group Outings.
Annie Louise Wilkerson, a renowned Raleigh doctor with many pioneering achievements in her 53-year career in medicine, stipulated in her will that the park be maintained as a "nature preserve park" used for the primary purpose of nature and wildlife education.
The Carl Alwin Schenck Memorial Forest is a 245 acre forest located in western Wake County about 10 minutes from the NC State campus. It is managed by N.C. State as a teaching and research forest to demonstrate the multiple benefits generated by an actively-managed forest.
The City of Raleigh Museum is located on Fayetteville Street, Raleigh's "Main Street" and the center of downtown. Housed in a historic former hardware store, the museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history of North Carolina's capital city while envisioning its future.
E. Carroll Joyner Park Rental. Click here for rental information; 2014 Joyner Park Master Plan Update Picture Joyner Park was the name given to the town’s approach to updating the Joyner Park Master Plan. The initiative was designed to provide area residents a variety of opportunities to share their ideas concerning Joyner Park's future.
View Park Status Alerts; The park is the former campus of the Methodist Home for Children and was purchased by the City in 1982. There are entrances to the park off of St. Mary's Street and Glenwood Avenue. Enjoy a stroll around the walking paths throughout the park.
Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve is home to a unique community of Eastern Hemlock trees and other mountain plant species, access to approximately 3 miles of mulched nature trails, scenic overlooks, excellent bird and wildlife watching opportunities and areas for quiet nature reflection.
Historic Oakwood is a nineteenth century neighborhood located near downtown Raleigh, North Carolina. The neighborhood, designated on the National Register of Historic Places and also Raleigh's first local Historic District, is comprised of hundreds of homes in a variety of architectural styles.
Dog Park - Passes can be purchased for this off-leash dog park at any of the Town's community centers. The passes are valid for Jack Smith Park and Godbold Dog Parks. Climbing Boulder - This 10-foot tall climbing rock for beginner to experienced climbers is inspired by nature. Picnic Shelter - The picnic shelter can accommodate up to 20 people.
Lake Benson Park is located at 921 Buffaloe Rd. This 64-acre park includes large open space areas, 1.8 miles of paved and unpaved trails, two playgrounds and four picnic shelters. It is home to Town-wide special events like Spring Eggstravaganza, Independence Day Celebration and Friday Family Flicks and Camping. Garner Veterans Memorial, dedicated in May 2013 is also located in the park.
The HRM Program oversees operations and programs at the Borden Building and Stone Circle at Fletcher Park, the City of Raleigh Museum, the Fred Fletcher Amphitheater at Fletcher Park, John Chavis Memorial Park Historic Attractions, the Latta House and University Site, Mordecai Historic Park, the Pope House Museum, Pullen Park Historic Attractions, and the Raleigh Trolleys.
The Neuse River Corridor is the central spine of the Capital Area Greenway, which was first adopted by the Raleigh City Council in 1976. In 1996, the City completed the Neuse River Regional Park Master Plan, which is a more detailed evaluation and proposal for the development of the Neuse River Corridor as a regional linear park.
The Executive Mansion and gardens will be open on the following dates and times: -House tours (30 minutes): Wednesday and Thursdays only - 10am; 10:30am; 2pm; 2:30pm; 3pm. -Garden tours (1 hour) – Seasonally: Wednesdays (children only) – 9:30am or 10:30am; Thursdays (adults only) – 9:30am or 10:30am.
The North Carolina Museum of Art has more than a dozen galleries holding works from around the world and a variety of art types. Originally starting with 139 works from Europe and America, the museum has grown to include African, Egyptian and Jewish works of art while also expanding European and ancient American holdings.
Completed in 1840, this National Historic Landmark is one of the best-preserved examples of a civic building in Greek Revival-style architecture. It originally housed the governor's office, cabinet offices, legislative chambers, state library and state geologist's office. The building has been restored to its 1840 to 1865 appearance. Free admission.
The Page-Walker Arts & History Center is host to a wide variety of special events and concerts, including the Friends of Page-Walker Concert Series, Preservation Series, and Herbfest, Nazim Hikmet Poetry Festival, Starlight Concert Series, Ghost Walk in Downtown Cary, Holiday Open House, Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival, and many more.
The Raleigh Rose Garden Listed as a Unique Venue with the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department, the Raleigh Rose Garden is open to the public 7 days a week. The Raleigh Rose Garden was dedicated in 1951, the finishing touch to the WPA landmark Raleigh Little Theatre campus.
White Deer Nature Park Center is a Gold LEED certified facility operated by the Town of Garner Parks and Recreation Department. Nestled on the edge of forest and wetlands, this facility boasts a simple yet beautiful indoor classroom/meeting room and a large covered deck.
Hikers, trail runners, bicyclists and equestrians cherish the extensive network of hiking and multi-use trails at William B. Umstead State Park. ... Trailheads on both sides of the park—accessible from Interstate 40 and US 70—surround three manmade lakes. The largest is Big Lake, offering canoe and rowboat rentals. Fishing is welcome at all the lakes and connecting tributaries. At both ...
History of the WRAL Azalea Gardens Capitol Broadcasting Company founder A. J. Fletcher created the WRAL Azalea Gardens as a service to the community. The Gardens opened to the public in 1959, and surround the television studios on Western Boulevard in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Yates Mill is a fully restored, circa-1756 gristmill located in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is the centerpiece of Historic Yates Mill County Park, located in central Wake County. The mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the only restored, operational automatic mill in North Carolina and one of just a few in the country.