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Raleigh Vacation Packages

It is a destination in Eastern Piedmont that around 400,000 people live in.

Spend some time with the kids at the magical Frankie's Fun Park and the North Carolina State Fairgrounds. The fun doesn't end there. North Carolina Museum of Life and Science and the Marbles Kids Museums also rate highly on the family fun-meter!

If you think that the best way to learn about a place is by tasting the local beer, you should spend a day checking out the much-loved brewhouses of Raleigh. You won't run out of places to visit, with the Aviator Tap House, the Aviator Brewery, the Carolina Brewing Company and the Bombshell Beer Company all allowing members of the public a look behind the scenes.

There are few things in life more pleasurable than savoring the bouquets and textures of quality wines. Whether you're a connoisseur or just enjoy the occasional vino, you will love the Iron Gate Winery and Draft Line Brewing Company. The Cloer Family Vineyards and White Rabbit Brewing Company are are also very popular.

Spend a day at one of Raleigh's renowned botanic gardens. The North Carolina Botanical Garden and Coker Arboretum are a couple of wonderful places. The Sarah P. Duke Gardens and Mordecai Historic Park are also options for those left wanting more.

Step off the streets and get inspired by nature at one or two of the tranquil parks. A couple of the more popular green spaces are Pullen Park and J.C. Raulston Arboretum. You may also like to try Lake Johnson and William B. Umstead State Park.

Get in the know about this area at visitor information centers such as Falls Lake Visitor Assistance Center or Hillsborough Visitors Center.

While in the area, you'll be able to find many lakes, where you and your friends can spend time in tranquil natural havens during all seasons. Bring a hat and binoculars and enjoy Lake Wheeler Park, Bass Lake Park and Fantasy Lake Scuba Park, just some of the most attractive options.

Around Raleigh, you will find many picturesque nature havens well worth discovering. The two most popular in the region are Harris Lake County Park and Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve. Also, have a look around Fred G. Bond Metro Park and Eno River State Park if you can.

Spend a day or two exploring some of the popular cultural spaces in the area. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you check out the different displays at the North Carolina Museum of Art and Morehead Planetarium. You might also want to consider a visit to the North Carolina Museum of History and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

Raleigh is a frenzy of artistic activity, with gallery spaces galore. Pop in to the Artscenter and the Ackland Art Museum for the best of what this creative destination has to offer. If you have time afterwards, the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and Cedar Creek Gallery are also well worth checking out.

Raleigh has a long and interesting past, so make sure to visit any one of its history museums. History buffs should ensure they check out the number one history museum in the area, the Raleigh City Museum, while also considering the area's other history museums, the Orange County Historical Museum and the Wake Forest Historical Museum.

While in this intriguing part of the world, visit its fascinating heritage sites to learn about the area's colorful past. North Carolina State Capitol and Raleigh City Hall are two of the more famous historic sites. Also popular with photographers and history lovers are Horace Williams House and the Bennett Place.

The area in and around Raleigh is a frequently visited place for history buffs. Duke University Chapel, St. Mary's Chapel and the Sri Venkateswara Temple of North Carolina are all popular choices.

Before you pack your toothbrush and head off home, make sure you visit a few of the lesser known attractions here. Consider stopping at the Raleigh Country Club or Marsh Creek Park. Also, contemplate having a look at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts and the Durham Performing Arts Center if you can squeeze it in.

The state capital of North Carolina boasts a host of places to stay to suit all tastes, styles and budgets. Currently, you'll find 78 Raleigh accommodation options listed on Expedia's lodgings page.

The following Raleigh accommodations are worth checking out, the Renaissance Raleigh North Hills Hotel and Raleigh Marriott City Center

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