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  • Arts & Museums

    »Harris Visitors Center

    See exhibits on nuclear power at the Progress Energy Harris Energy & Environmental Center. Open on weekdays by appointment only. It is geared toward middle school and up.

    3932 New Hill
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27562

    »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

    »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

    »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

    »Dr. M.T. Pope House

    Pope House Museum was once owned by Dr. M.T. Pope who was a prominent African-American citizen of Raleigh, North Carolina. The house was built in 1901 was also an official project of the Save America’s Treasures Program. Pope had installed then cutting-edge gadgets in his house like gas and electric fixtures, running water, a telephone, and a call bell system. This house features on the National Register of Historic Places.

    511 South Wilmington Street
    Raleigh, NC 27601

    »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

    »North Carolina Railroad Museum

    A collection of antique trains including classic steam and diesel locomotives, as well as other train cars, are on display. Visitors can operate, under professional supervision and by reservation, one of the vintage locomotives to be found at the museum.

    Post Office Box 40
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27562

    »Municipal Building Art Exhibitions

    The City of Raleigh Arts Commision hosts this exhibition series at the Raleigh Municipal Building that features works produced or collected by artists living, working, or exhibiting in the region. Each exhibition series lasts approximately two years.

    222 West Hargett Street
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

    »Artspace

    Located at City Market in downtown Raleigh, Artspace offers a unique experience in the visual arts. The large, non-descript building houses a three-story lobby with a contemporary style winding staircase, three exhibition galleries and more than 40 artists at work in open studios. A variety of mediums such as clay, metal, mixed media and paint are used. Lectures, classes for all ages, exhibitions and demonstrations offer plenty to fill an afternoon. General admission is free. Classes and exhibits may carry a fee.

    201 East Davie Street
    Raleigh, NC 27601

    »The Collectors Gallery

    As you walk under the awning into this unassuming building, it is impossible to tell what waits inside. This little gallery, located at City Market, displays a diverse collection of artwork. At first glance, it is all contemporary art. But further inspection reveals a mix of contemporary and traditional art, done in a variety of mediums. Paintings and lithographs, sculpture and stained glass are all on display, with new works rotated every six months. For those who want to spice up their décor, the gallery offers corporate and residential consultations.

    323 Blake Street
    Raleigh, NC 27601

    »Raleigh City Museum

    The Raleigh Museum celebrates the history of the Raleigh region, from its early days to its current culture as North Carolina's capital city. There are a number of artifacts in a series of exhibits designed to preserve the past as education for generations to come.

    220 Fayetteville Street
    Raleigh, NC 27601

    »Blake Street Shops & Studios

    A collective group of unique stores and boutiques, Blake Street Studios is great place to shop in Raleigh. Shop through the various boutiques selling jewelry, handmade natural body products, clothes, furniture, accessories and much more. There are multiple art stores where you can pick up fine art pieces, paintings, photographs and other craft items. It's a great place to pick up a unique gift.

    300 Blake Street
    Raleigh, NC 27601
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