7 Absolutely New Places To Visit In Raleigh, North Carolina 

It is located in the northeast central region of the state and is a crossroads of the Piedmont and Atlantic coastal plain. 

White Frame Corner

North Carolina Museum of Art Raleigh

The North Carolina Museum of Art is one of the country’s most important art museums. 

Historic Yates Mill County Park

If you’re looking for an outdoor oasis in the heart of Raleigh, North Carolina, you’ve found it in Historic Yates Mill County Park.  

The Neuse River Trail

The Neuse River Trail is a 34.5-mile-long paved greenway that hugs the banks of the Neuse River.  

William B Umstead State Park

Located in Wake County, North Carolina, William B. Umstead State Park covers 5,599 acres of land. It is nestled between Raleigh, Cary, and Durham.  

Pullen Park

The 66-acre Pullen Park is the oldest public park in North Carolina. It opened in 1887, making it the country’s fifth-oldest amusement park and the 16th-oldest in the world. 

North Carolina Museum of Natural Science

The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is a wonderful place to learn about the natural history of NC.