NORTH CAROLINA STATE CAPITOL
1 East Edenton Street, Raleigh, NC 27601 Directions
Special Ceremonies and Educational Programs, Festivals, Financial Resources, Collections, Property, Educator, Historic Sites, Government Buildings, Holiday Events, Dining Options, Shop, Architectural & Group Tours
North Carolina State Capitol was established in 1976 and is a non-profit organization a group of forward-thinking citizens created state Capitol. The state capitol organization restored the building's old furniture, including all the original tables and dais. It is one of the greatest-preserved examples of Greek Revival-style architecture of a civic building. It has over 100,000 visitors taking part in activities such as tours, holiday celebrations, special ceremonies, and educational programs in North Carolina State Capitol. Led tours for groups of 10 + are available via the capital area with advance notice.
TBR® Inspection Report
MORDECAI HISTORIC PARK
1 Mimosa Street, Raleigh, NC 27604 Directions
School Trips, Artifact and House, Plantation Slavery/Andrew Johnson Program, Historical Building, Gift Shop and Meeting Space, Field Trip Groups, Garden & Grounds
Mordecai Plantation House is a 3-acre park and is Raleigh's oldest building. Per year it has 10,000 students visiting the Mordecai Historical School. Staff members then carry out guided tours and outbuildings of the Mordecai House. The park hosts the 17th president, Mordecai plantation house, Ellen Mordecai Garden, Allen Kitchen & the birthplace of Andrew Johnson. They also deliver trolley excursions from March to December. It offers free access to various activities on the premises, museum activities, tours, and lectures.
Adults - $5
Senior - $3
Youth - $3
TBR® Inspection Report
THE NORTH CAROLINA EXECUTIVE MANSION
200 North Blount Street, Raleigh, NC 27601 Directions
House and Grounds, Cultural, Educational and Recreational Places, Fieldtrip, Architecture, Private Event & Historical Building
The Executive Mansion of North Carolina is a grand residence of 37,500 square feet, built in the Queen Anne style of Victorian architecture during the late 1800s, housing the North Carolina governor and his family. Thousands of tourists come during the public tour season and open house during the holiday. It is now a popular point of access to Raleigh's state-owned cultural and historical attractions for more than 300,000 annual visitors. There are also regular excursions to the grounds.