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Raleigh, NC Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 77
Total Sleeping Rooms 9,316
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 400
Committable Meeting Rooms* 44
Convention Center Space 219,318 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 150,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 32,617 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $111
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $59
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $150
*Maximum for a single hotel

Raleigh, NC Things to Do and Attractions

City Market

The first farmers' market in Raleigh opened in 1914, and since then, the market has only improved on its unique charm, sense of intimacy and 19th-century allure. With cobblestone streets and boulevards illuminated by old-fashioned lanterns and lined

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J.C. Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University (NCSU)

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The arboretum is a nationally acclaimed garden with one of the largest and most diverse collections of plants adapted for landscaping in the Southeast. Around every bend, visitors delight in such horticultural rarities as the arboretum's Japanese

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North Carolina Museum of Art

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One of the Southeast's most celebrated museums, the North Carolina Museum of Art and its peer museums in Raleigh are referred to as "the Smithsonian of the South." Overall, the museum's encyclopedic collections span 5,000 years of ancient to

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North Carolina Museum of History

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In downtown Raleigh, the beautiful, light-filled museum tells the story of North Carolina's history from Colonial times to the Confederacy to the present day. Popular exhibits include The Story of North Carolina, the largest exhibit ever produced at

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North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

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The three-story, HD screen at the heart of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences showcases scientists explaining and expounding on up-to-the minute topics throughout the day. But to be honest, the default welcome videos look pretty amazing

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North Carolina State Capitol

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Fans of history, architecture, and sculpture find much to enjoy at the North Carolina State Capitol building. Built in 1840, this striking example of the Greek Revival style once housed all of North Carolina's state government. The Rotunda showcases

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Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts

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Nearly adjacent to the Raleigh Convention Center, Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts is the result of a major expansion of the original Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. The center includes three other first-class performance venues: Meymandi

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The Research Triangle Park

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Created in 1959, the Research Triangle Park is one of the oldest and largest science parks in North America. Dubbed "The Future of Great Ideas," the park is a globally prominent high-technology research and development center that has become an

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Shelley Lake Park

Built around 53-acre Shelley Lake, this park has a two-mile network of paved trails that are popular with cyclists, joggers, runners, and leisure walkers. The trails encourage exercise by providing strategically placed workout stations that enhance

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The Marbles Kids Museum

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Marbles Kids Museum is a rare find for museum fans, with its 84,000 square feet of exhibits and IMAX Theater. A wonderland for parents looking to inspire and educate their children, the museum features interactive exhibits that encourage

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North Carolina Symphony

The North Carolina Symphony is an acclaimed professional orchestra that performs 60 concerts annually in Raleigh. Some of the top soloists in the world, such as Itzhak Perlman, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Pinchas Zukerman, and Lynn Harrell have

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Coquette

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Coquette is a true French brasserie located in Raleigh's North Hills shopping area. Chef Paul Gagne prepares top-notch food with French flair, and the restaurant features an exclusively French wine list, the best of beers, and classic French

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Angus Barn

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Every month, the Angus Barn restaurant serves nearly 20,000 of one of the longest-running staples of Raleigh cuisine: perfectly grilled, dry-aged steaks. A Raleigh fixture since the mid-1960s, the restaurant offers a scrumptious menu that includes

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Bloomsbury Bistro

In the Five Points area of downtown Raleigh, Bloomsbury Bistro boasts the talents of nationally-recognized chef John Toler, who constantly stretches the bounds of traditional French cooking with an infusion of ethnic ingredients from around the

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Second Empire Restaurant and Tavern

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Located in the beautifully restored 1879 Dodd-Hinsdale House, the award-winning Second Empire Restaurant & Tavern has delighted guests since 1998. Among the Empire's favorite entrees are Cajun seasoned Colorado bison striploin, grilled Australian

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Tir na nog Irish Pub

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When translated from Gaelic, the name of this pub means "land of eternal youth." Tir na nOg Irish Pub features 50 international brands of whiskeys and a long list of international beers on tap and bottled. The pub specializes in Irish/European-style

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