Are museums in Raleigh NC Open?
Due to COVID-19, museums in Raleigh and across the state have been closed since March. Please keep in mind that all museums are operating with enhanced cleaning measures, required face masks, updated hours of operation and other social-distancing practices. Raleigh, N.C.’s welcome mat is always out for you.
What is there to do in Raleigh today?
Top Attractions in Raleigh
- North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. 2,293.
- North Carolina Museum of Art. 1,805.
- Pullen Park. 1,283.
- Marbles Kids Museum. 1,106.
- North Carolina Museum of History. 908.
- Umstead State Park. 460.
- Historic Yates Mill County Park. 272.
- JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University. 355.
Can you picnic at the NC Art Museum?
Picnic in the Park Catering Works is pleased to offer a variety of picnic baskets for weekends and for special events at the Joseph M. Bryan, Jr., Theater in the Museum Park. Baskets require 48–72 hours advance notice to fully accommodate your order.
Can you picnic at NC art museum?
Are restaurants open for dine in in Raleigh?
Restaurants in the Raleigh area—and across the state—are currently operating with some limitations, most notably that dine-in seating capacity is allowed at just 50% of maximum.
Where is the Museum of Art in Raleigh NC?
If you have any questions, please visit the N.C. Department of Transportation website . The Museum is located at 2110 Blue Ridge Road, in West Raleigh’s Blue Ridge Corridor.
What does CAM Raleigh Contemporary Art Museum do?
CAM Raleigh is the non-collecting contemporary art museum that provides an environment for transformation through educational programs, cultural experiences, and bold, non-traditional exhibitions by living artists.
Is the North Carolina Museum of Art free?
No cash is accepted at this time. Admission to the Museum’s permanent collection and Museum Park is free; free timed tickets are required to encourage social distancing. Visitors can reserve free timed tickets for a no-touch entry experience.
Do you have to wear mask at NC Museum of Art?
Following local ordinances, visitors are required to wear a mask inside all buildings, including restrooms and concession buildings. For the safety of everyone, we ask that all outdoor event attendees wear masks both outdoors and indoors. Learn more below about the Museum’s current guidelines and practices. Have a question or need help?