From the bloggers at AM New York
Often lumped together with its neighbors Durham and Chapel Hill to form the Research Triangle region, Raleigh, North Carolina, is an entertaining and interesting city in its own right.
The state capital oozes Southern charm, the food scene is top-notch and it’s a haven for creators — giving visitors much to explore, especially during spring’s pleasant temperatures.
The North Carolina Museum of Art (free admission; 2110 Blue Ridge Road, 919-839-6262, ncartmuseum.org) in Cary, a suburb of Raleigh, has collections spread out over multiple buildings as well as a gorgeous park full of sculptures. The permanent collection features European, African and American art spanning centuries plus changing exhibitions such as the upcoming “Altered Land,” running April 16 to Sept. 11 with works by North Carolina natives Damien Stamer and Greg Lindquist on view.
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