One of Triangle’s most interesting and fun events, the Raleigh Flea Market is a weekend adventure not to be missed. Located at the Historic State Fairgrounds at 1025 Blue Ridge Road, the flea market is a great place to find both practical and unpractical things. Whether you love bargain hunting or people watching, you’re sure to have a unique experience every time. Better yet, it is easy and convenient to find, located close to the NC Museum of Art only 15-20 minutes...Read More!
For those of us lucky enough to live close to Downtown Raleigh, there is an abundance of exciting restaurants and cafés available to us. One such place is the award winning coffee shop Café Helios. Café Helios is located on one of the ‘hippest’ streets in Raleigh at 413 Glenwood Avenue, fitting in perfectly with the cozy and alternative feel that many of the street’s shops have to offer. When you walk in, the first thing you’ll notice is the open space and ...Read More!
Â Raleigh is one of the hottest places in North Carolina when it comes to live entertainment and music. From tons of exciting downtown music venues such as Neptunes to the PNC Arena that hosts big acts, the city has a major up-and-coming music scene. Especially in the past few years, Raleigh has revamped its musical prowess with the Hopscotch Music Festival. Starting in 2010, this exciting festival hosts hundreds of bands that play at makeshift stages and established ve...Read More!
Located in downtown Raleigh at 11 W Jones Street, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is definitely one of the coolest museums in the Triangle. Established in 1879, it is the oldest established museum in North Carolina. Oh, and don’t worry about finding it because there is a massive 3-story globe that has been built into its side. Free to the general public, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is sure to be a good time for kids and adults alike. Aft...Read More!