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Founded in 1902 (and in its current location since 1992), the North Carolina Museum of History explores more than 14,000 years of state history, from the earliest inhabitants through the 20th century. This free-admission museum, with galleries totaling more than 55,000-square-feet, is available

Unique Venue Spotlight: CAM Raleigh

Wednesday, March 15, 2017, 7am by Visit Raleigh

Located in the heart of downtown Raleigh's Warehouse District, CAM Raleigh provides beautiful event spaces that inspire—breathtaking architecture and art, tons of natural light, a spacious meeting area, exceptional service and more. CAM Raleigh is the perfect place for celebrations,...

Unique Venue Spotlight: The Stockroom at 230

Thursday, January 05, 2017, 6am by Visit Raleigh

Located just two blocks from the North Carolina State Capitol in the heart of downtown Raleigh, The Stockroom at 230 is housed in the Carolina Trust Building, a four-story Classical Revival building originally constructed in 1902. The second floor of that building, used as a stockroom for a major