Raleigh, North Carolina, is excellent for a night out.
Here you can treat yourself with Asian culinary delights before moving on to dance and drinks in new the bars and clubs in the recently renovated Warehouse District. When this night buzz makes you tired, move on to jazz and blues in nearby Zydeco Downtown with its great concentration of classic venues like King's Barcade, The Lincoln Theatre and The Pour House Music Hall.
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During the day Raleigh will occupy you with numerous museums, parks, and events that keep locals and tourists busy. Culture buffs can find more in Raleigh than any other destination in the area may offer. Its tree-lined boulevards with Victorian-era buildings that are UNESCO treasured are perfect to immerse you in the city. Attractions include;
- IMAX Theatre, the only of this kind in the state and offers unforgettable movie experiences
- North Carolina Museum of History, a place to take a bite of the past
- Carolina Museum of Art offers rich collections of contemporary art
- Shelley Lake Park and historic Oakwood, the oldest area listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Sports enthusiasts can be entertained by the Carolina Hurricanes, an NHL team that won the Stanley Cup in 2006. Otherwise, participate in the largest event within the city named the North Carolina State Fair that draws more than 700,000 visitors every October.
After a dose of fun in Raleigh enjoy a wealth of its traditional and international restaurants. From the light biscuits and barbecued chicken in Big Ed's City Market Restaurant to more exotic experiences with sushi, sashimi and rolls in Waraji Japanese Restaurant and this city can offer more than these, for example Irish favorites with Italian wines in Tir na Nog.
This city has everything for a perfect vacation from filling dining to numerous attractions soaked in the city's history.
In 1792 the General Assembly established the city of Raleigh and named it after Sir Walter Raleigh to make it serve as the first state capital. But the first growth Raleigh saw was after World War II. It soon developed into prosperous city with a population of more than 330,000 people and today balancing with economic features - low unemployment and rising incomes. It became fertile ground for regular financial operations and increasing global investments.
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