With its parks, cultural attractions, festivals and more, Raleigh is a mecca for families who like to have fun! There is so much to do in Raleigh with kids!
Whether you have babies, toddlers, tweens or teens, there is something for everyone in the Raleigh area. This Southern city rocks for families and you might find that there is too much to din in Raleigh with kids during one visit. Don’t worry: You’re always welcome to visit again and again.
Feazel Inc. is proud to now serve the Raleigh area. Read on to learn more about how to best enjoy Raleigh with kids:
At the Marbles Kids museum, play matters! At the museum, which opened in 2007, kids are encouraged to jump into hands-on learning. There are themed exhibits, daily programs as well as camps and an IMAX theater. It’s designed for kids 10 and younger. Best of all? This unique museum strives to be accessible to ALL children.
If you have a science-minded kiddo, a visit to this museum is a must. Great for all ages, a visit to this museum’s Daily Planet – a three-story, 42-foot tall globe – is sure to please everyone. You can also see live butterflies and take a walk through history.
This 66-acre park is a gem and perfect for active kids. Take a ride on the Gustave A. Dentzel Carousel, a train or the kiddie boats or burn off some energy at the playground or the sand and water play area. This park, the first public park in North Carolina, has it all.
Do you have a little gardener? Put a visit to the JC Raulston Arboretum on your list! This nationally acclaimed garden has tons of plants to see and appreciate, as well as an energy-saving terrace and an Asian Valley. Don’t forget to stop at the Butterfly Garden or the Rose Garden.
One of the best things about Raleigh is there is always a new, fun place for families to explore. Whether your kids like to bounce, climb, bowl, play sports or just cut loose, Raleigh has something great to experience.
The Feazel Inc. family is proud to now be serving the Raleigh area. If you live here, or if you just come to visit, we’d love to say hi.