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    Mixed media artist and clothing designer Marie Cordella is just one of the 40 artists whose work can be viewed at ArtSpace, a visual art center that features 23 open studios, three exhibition galleries, lectures, classes and many other stimulating art events.
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    North Carolina State Capitol
    The North Carolina State Capitol, completed in 1840, is one of the finest and best-preserved examples of a major civic building in the Greek Revival style of architecture. It is a National Historic Landmark.
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    Blount Street was once home to rich industrialists and prominent civic leaders, as evidenced by these beautiful, historic homes. Nearby Blount Street Commons, currently under construction, will soon add even more residences, retail shops and parks.
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    Father and Son Antiques
    Father and Son Antiques is home to a bounty of collectables and oddities, from mid-century designs and vintage threads to '50s kitch, tiki, mod, and much more.
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    Wachovia IMAX Theater
    This architectural sculpture marks the entrance of the Wachovia IMAX Theater at Marbles Kids Museum, which provides a larger-than-life movie experience for kids of all ages.
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    Raleigh Times Bar
    The Raleigh Times Bar is located in the beautifully restored 100-year-old former home of the city's evening newspaper. Featuring creative takes on classic bar fare, and an amazing beer selection.


Historical Rickshaw Tour


  • Wed, Apr 4, 2018 – Sat, Sep 29, 2018 Every Saturday and Sunday 1 PM & 3PM

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LOCATION: Raleigh Rickshaw Co. - 418-B S. Dawson Street

Experience the City of Raleigh like you never have from a Raleigh Rickshaw! Our knowledgeable tour guide will bring the “The City of Oaks” to life as you roll up to our famous (and sometimes hidden) landmarks in style and comfort. There’s so much to see and learn – and who ever thought you could have such fun in the process? Find out which U.S. president was born on a kitchen table just a few steps away from our State Capitol. Who embezzled $68,000 from the North Carolinians in the mid-1800’s? What North Carolina county was the first to declare independence from England? Why do scientists from around the world come to see the “Acrocanthasauras” at the North Carolina Museum of Natural History? What historic northern city is Raleigh patterned after? Who scrawled their names in the sidewalk bricks in front of the Governor’s Mansion…and why? And what’s the story about that giant acorn? All these mysteries – and many more – will be revealed with knowledge and humor on our one+-hour Historic Tour of Downtown Raleigh.