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36 Things to do in Raleigh, NC

If you're searching for things to do in Raleigh, NC we have you covered! Please allow us to welcome you, to what we believe, is one of the world's best cities. If you're moving here, then there's a good chance you've already discovered what so many have yet to! If you live here, than you know exactly what we're talking about :)

Our website offers visitors easy and convenient access to searching homes for sale in Raleigh, as well as a guide to local information and events! When you, or anyone you know considers buying or selling a home, let them know about the resources on our website. We are here to help!

Without further ado, here's 27 things to do while you're in Raleigh, NC:

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If you are living in Raleigh, North Carolina with a dog than there is a good chance you're searching for a dog park for your pet to play with others! For those moving to Raleigh, NC with four legged friends, we have a great resource for you.

While our website is focused on providing top-notch real estate information, and helping people who are searching homes for sale in Raleigh, we also like to discuss life locally. Below you will find information on dog parks in Raleigh, NC, along with links to our community pages where you can check out available houses for sale.

So without further ado, here are some of the top dog parks in Raleigh!

Oakwood Dog Park Raleigh, NC

Address: Monroe Road Raleigh, NC

I am partial to the Oakwood neighborhood dog

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If you've taken a ride through the streets of downtown Raleigh recently, there's a good chance you saw the signs for the historic Oakwood Candlelight tour coming up!

Oakwood is a neighborhood in downtown Raleigh, NC that's history is rich, with homes dating back to the 1800s. There is a continuing effort in Raleigh, to preserve the victorians built a more than a century ago. The architectural style of these homes in Oakwood is part of what makes the candlelight tour so much fun. To see how these homes were built almost two hundred years ago, takes you right back to the history of life in Raleigh.

If you want to purchase tickets for the event, you can do so by following this link.

Thanks to HistoricOakwood.org for providing a map, which you can

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