The Best Places To See in Cary

Handpicked Top 3 Places To See in Cary, North Carolina. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


940 E Chatham St, Cary, NC 27511

Since 2002

Stadium, Park, Two Lighted Practice Fields, Two Lighted Practice Fields, Cross-Country Course, Houses, Soccer Complex, North American Soccer League, Tournaments, Bleacher Seats, Sports, Restrooms, Concessions, Access, Team Locker Rooms, Capital Area Soccer League, Football, Ballpark, Baseball & Special Events

The finished expansion added 3,000 permanent seats to the 7,000-seat stadium, 1,500 of the seats going to the north end zone and the other 1,500 to upper-level stands on the east side of the stadium

Mon - Fri : 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun : Closed

Attended a U-14 match today to watch my adopted niece play and I was impressed with the whole operation; great pitch, good referees, quality Soccer. As a former player, it warmed my heart to watch both teams play at a fairly high level, competing, and having fun. Tribute to both Coaches, the League, and the Parents. It truly is a great venue, not just for the Railhawks, but also Youth Soccer. Made me want to lace up my boots, or at least grab a Coaches whistle...

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8003 Regency Parkway, Cary, NC 27518

Since 2001

Amphitheater, Performance Venue, Concert Venue, Event Venue, Architectural Icon, Eclectic Blend of Concerts, Festivals and Theater, All Events, Hob Nob Jazz Concert Series, Music Concerts, Art and Soul, Chinese Lantern Festival Cary, Box Office, Concerts and Events, Seating Options, Season Tickets, Cafe, Tour the Venue, Food & Beverage

The capacity for 7,000 people, so patrons can enjoy a seat on our spacious lawn or specially designed Crescent deck - The venue predominantly serves the Triangle area

Mon - Sun : Open 24 hours

I have always enjoyed the events at Koka Booth at Regency Park in Cary. The Great Grapes NC wine festival in April is always nice (if you like NC wine) and you can sample all kinds of muscadine and wine from the state in one place. I saw One Republic at this venue back in 2009 and that was also the year of the fun Uncorked international wine festival. Koka offers NC Symphony shows in the summer months and does their annual 4th of July fireworks display.

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101 Dry Avenue, Cary, NC 27511

Since 1870

Performing and Ceramic Arts, Classes and Camps, Visual, Events and Performances, Gallery exhibitions, Public Art, Cary Youth Theatre, Rental space, Classrooms, Studios, Rehearsal, Open Studio Programs, Art, Clay, Glass, Metals & Jewelry, Sewing and Woodworking, Performance Programs, Marvelous Music Series & Applause Performance

48,000 square foot facility & 437-seat theatre

Mon - Thu : 9:00 am - 10:00 pm Fri & Sat : 9:00 am - 10:30 pm Sun : 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

This smaller auditorium is perfect for watching The Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle attempt their performances. The side parking lot is small, but there is ample parking behind the building by the elementary school. Lots of art classes offered here for all ages. I took the fused glass class and loved it! We have also enjoyed the smaller auditorium size for local theatre productions - every seat is a good one.

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