Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Raleigh

Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Raleigh

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Got a few hours of free time? Here are the best places to spend an afternoon exploring Raleigh.

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    Great brewery. Terrific beer, open floor plan, darts, board games, and a Galaga arcade cabinet. Try the porter with coffee, it's delicious! -- Nick Reinke via Foursquare
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    New part doesn't look like much from the outside but the atypical layout does wonders for displaying the art. Don't miss the bamboo outside! -- Charlotte W via Foursquare
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    Really neat learning tools for future scientists or kids wanting to learn more about sciences. Check out the learning lab on the second floor with the microscopes. -- Beci Markijohn via Foursquare
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    After a couple of the famous IPA’s and a game of pool, head outside--the city’s best food trucks are here every night. For more local tips, follow us on 4sq or check out www.renhotels.com -- Renaissance Hotels via Foursquare
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    Nice place to go with friends and feel like a kid. However, it's a bit small compared to other places. Overall enjoyable and nice experience to go through once in a while. -- Ali Aburegiba via Foursquare
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    Get an RFID bracelet and start pouring your own beers! They have about ten taps and you can get as little as an ounce from each. Awesome way to try lots of beer! Food's pretty good, too. -- Kaitlin T via Foursquare
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    The holy mole porter may just be the best porter I've ever had. If you haven't had videri chocolate and you live in Raleigh, you're missing out. That and a serious habanero bite make this beer great. -- Seth Powell via Foursquare
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    Somebody you know already has a disease or will probably develop one in your lifetime, in other words you will run a 5k at some point...get your act together on Sycamore Trail... -- Jeff Inmon via Foursquare
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    I haven't had a beer I didn't like here. The range of beers is diverse enough to satisfy everyone from the brew noob to beer snob. As a fan if Brown Ales, I recommend the Sweet Josie. Cheers! -- Ðave via Foursquare
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    Go to the new area, a research center. It's interactive, they have videos you can watch, games you can play, and a 3 story screen that shows clips! it is like a whole other museum! Gift shop and cafe. -- Meredith m via Foursquare
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    Wood bridge that spans the better part of a mile at various places around the lake. Great to watch wild life or go for a jog. -- Michal Schmitt via Foursquare
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    Things that fit inside the new exhibit, its largest ever: Two full-size houses, authentic tobacco & textile mill façades, multiple tractors and a scale replica of the Wright brothers’ flying machine. -- The News & Observer via Foursquare
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