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When the weather is nice there are several miles of trails with outdoor sculpture and other art pieces to explore. — Afar Magazine
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At over 200,000 square feet, this museum is the largest of its kind in the Southeast. — Fodor's
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The state's long and colorful history comes alive through innovative exhibits and programs in this state-of-the-art facility. — Frommer's
Stagville State Historic Site
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Owned by the Bennehan and Cameron families, Stagville was one of the largest plantations in antebellum North Carolina, at 30,000 acres and with about 900 slaves. — Fodor's
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A wisteria-draped gazebo, the Carnivorous Plant Collection, and a Japanese garden with a lily pond teeming with fat goldfish are a few of the highlights of these 55 acres. — Fodor's
Duke Lemur Center
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The secret is out: the Lemur Center is the coolest attraction in Durham. — Lonely Planet
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With two stories of indoor, hands-on exhibits and a 74-acre outdoor campus, this museum offers kids a range of interactive experiences. — Where
Duke Homestead
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Explore the family's humble beginnings at this State Historic Site, which includes the first ramshackle "factory" as well as the world's largest spittoon collection. — Fodor's
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A National Historic Landmark, the building is one of the best-preserved examples of a major civic building in the Greek Revival style. — Where
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A Gothic-style gem built in the early 1930s, this chapel is the centerpiece of Duke University. — Fodor's
Neuse River Trail
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The wide path travels along the Neuse River, across wetlands, through woods and is altogether beautiful. — U.S. News & World Report
Legislative Building
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One block north of the State Capitol, this complex hums with lawmakers and lobbyists when the legislature is in session. — Fodor's
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This stately Greek Revival structure (constructed 1833-40) is a National Historic Landmark. — Frommer's
Joel Lane Museum House
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Eighteenth century house of the mysterious "Father of Raleigh."  — Atlas Obscura
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Enjoying a whirl on this vintage Dentzel carousel—with its impressive menagerie of more than 50 beautifully restored animals—is but one reason why Pullen Park is known as Raleigh’s “Central Park.” — Where
City Market
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Raleigh's City Market, which opened more than a century ago, is an ensemble of shops and boutiques, bars and restaurants, and it's a nice place to meander when the weather is nice. — U.S. News & World Report
Umstead State Park
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Twenty miles of hiking trails and 13 miles of bridle trails greet visitors...take a short stroll with younger children or embark on a more extensive hike into the woods. — Where
JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University
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The nationally acclaimed JC Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University features the most diverse collection of plants adapted for landscape use in the Southeastern United States. — Where
Executive Mansion
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Queen Anne–style structure, made entirely from materials from the Tar Heel State, with elaborate gingerbread trim and manicured lawns, has been the home of the state's governors. — Fodor's
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This 84,000-square-foot cathedral of play and learning is aimed at children 10 and younger. — Fodor's
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