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Best Places to Explore in The Triangle, NC

Sport lover

Head to an indoor trampoline park to play trampoline dodge ball or trampoline basketball

Located in North Carolina covering Raleigh, Durham, and Capitol Hill, The Triangle is a hotspot for research and technology. There are also loads of things to do and sights to see here.

Check out some of The Triangle’s top attractions:

    North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

    Bear witness to a showcase of science and nature in the largest natural history museum in the Southeast. It is home to several fun and educational interactive exhibits of items from microbes to celestial bodies. The museum is open Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays.

    Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park at the North Carolina Museum of Art

    This unique park is famous for its superb public art installations inspired by nature. Beautiful landscapes and gardens make it a great spot for taking a walk, biking, or going on a picnic. Visitors can enjoy the park’s amenities every day from sunrise to sunset.

    Sarah P. Duke Gardens

    Take a stroll in Italianate-style gardens sprawling 55 acres at Duke University. They are the best work of Ellen Biddle Shipman, a pioneer in American landscape design. The grounds are open every day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Duke Lemur Center

    This center is dedicated to the conservation of lemurs. It houses the largest population outside of their native home of Madagascar. Get to see 15 different species of these rare animals in tours offered all year round.

    Sky Zone

    Sky Zone is the world’s first indoor trampoline park. Jump your cares away in a wall-to-wall trampoline room. Brings your A-game to the trampoline dodge ball court. Make a gravity-defying slam dunk at the trampoline basketball court.

    American Tobacco Historic District

    The American Tobacco Historic District is the original site of the historic American Tobacco Factory built in the 1800s. Now, it has a vibrant modern feel generated by its host of shops, restaurants, and live performance venues. Having retained its Old World vibe, it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

Are you looking for a home in The Triangle? I’m Matt and I can get you the home you’re looking for. You can call me at 919-210-8388 or email me at MattPeedin(at)KW(dotted)com.