- TripBuzz found 132 things to do with kids in or near Raleigh, North Carolina, including 106 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Durham, Wake Forest, Chapel Hill and Cary.
- From Marbles Kids Museum to Lake Johnson Park, the Raleigh area offers 56 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Sports Stadiums (Professional) and Theaters.
- The capital of the state of North Carolina, Raleigh is home to North Carolina State University. A fast-growing community, the city has a vibrant downtown area with numerous corporate offices, hotels and shopping districts. Additionally, with several arts and cultural attractions, the city contains a natural science museum, children's museum and performing arts center. Other schools in the area include Shaw University and St. Augustine's College.
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Two full hours of jumping among 15,000 square feet of trampolines; includes ankle grip socks
The Marbles Kids Museum features Around Town where children learn about how a town is designed, Splash where children learn about water, Art Loft where children can be creative, Moneypalooza where children learn about money, and two outdoor play areas. Children under three can explore activities at Toddlers Hol…
Carter-Finley Stadium is the home of the NC State Wolfpack football team. This location, which has a maximum capacity of 57,583, has also hosted concerts from bands like Pink Floyd and Muse and a soccer exhibition matches.
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is the largest natural sciences museum in the southeast United States. The four-story building has a three-story movie screen, 20,000 specimens, research labs, and investigation labs.
Pullen Park is the first public park in the United States, the fifth oldest operating park in the United States, and the 16th oldest in the world. Visitors can ride a 1911 carousel, kiddie boats, and the miniature train, swim at the aquatic center, and visit the arts center.
Umstead State Park offers biking, boating, fishing, camping, cycling, fishing, hiking, and picnicking opportunities on it 5,579 acres. At the Exhibit Hall, visitors can learn about the area's history through the photographs of Carl Mydans.