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Private Jet and Charter Flights to the Raleigh, NC, Area

Book a charter flight to Raleigh Durham, the Research Triangle in north central North Carolina. Five area airports, including Raleigh-Durham International (RDU), accommodate all types of private charter and jet aircraft.

Raleigh

Raleigh, North Carolina is a fascinating and vibrant blend of modern culture and historical preservation, where eclectic and traditional meet and dazzle. The state capital also forms one of the peak points of North Carolina�s illustrious �Research Triangle�, between Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh makes the third in this formidable triumvirate of education, technical innovation, and research.

This wellspring of the industry coupled with the array of arts, culture, and museums has earned Raleigh the well-deserved nickname: �Smithsonian of the South�. Even the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. has given the nod to this fitting nickname! It is also on the rise for music, a James Beard-approved culinary scene, burgeoning breweries, winding hiking trails, kayak coaxing rivers, and a day trip away from the beach.

Raleigh at a Glance

Between its numerous James Beard-nominated chefs, exploding music scene, and one of the largest high-tech R&D epicenters in the U.S., there are so many reasons to love the Smithsonian of the South. It is becoming the 2nd fastest-growing metro in the country because of its progressive job growth and bursting cultural experiences.

Raleigh has seen a 25% population boom in the last 10 years; the city is on the rise more and more not just every year, but every day.

Where is Raleigh?

Located on the central East coast, Raleigh promises warm summers that rarely peak in the 90s and mild winters that even more rarely drop below freezing. The city itself occupies 114.0 square miles and is cut by the Neuse River through the northeast end of the city.

Raleigh also boasts a second nickname: �The City of Oaks�. Because of its mild climate, several species of oak flourish in and around the city, as well as up and down the Neuse River. No wonder it has some of the most beautiful hiking trails in the state! If you want to thread the needle just right, hit Raleigh from May to August to see everything in bloom and enjoy the outdoor events, or charter your flight from September through December for the State Fair, Oktoberfest events, hockey season, holiday festivals, and more!

Raleigh Attractions

Some of the more popular hot spots can be found in downtown Raleigh. The one and only CAM, better known as �The Contemporary Art Museum�, hosts new and exciting exhibits constantly, so check their schedule. The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences boasts a three-story-tall replica globe amidst an array of native flora. Learn everything about the state at the North Carolina Museum of History.

After dark, you will start hearing the music pour from the jazzy C. Grace or the rocking Neptunes, unless you would prefer to check out more acts and performances from the Red Hat Amphitheater. You will never go hungry or thirsty in Raleigh, especially if the Belgian-style brewery Bhavana or the James Beard-rated Poole�s Diner has anything to say about it.

Hike it all off down the Neuse River Greenway Trail, or put your great outdoor adventure side to the test across the over 1,100 mile Mountains-to-Sea Trail, which stretches the length of the state. Whatever your imagination can conjure, Raleigh can match it.

Things to See in Raleigh

Ackland Art Museum

West Loop Horse Trail

Koch Memorial Forest Theatre

Charles Brantley Aycock

Carter Stadium

Korean And Vietnam Wars Monument

Little Creek Loop Trail

Josephus Daniels Monument

American Beech Trail

State Museum Of Life And Science

House Of Memory

Fish Camp Trail

Francis E Henry Stadium

George Moses Horton Marker

Old Well

Memorial To Cheryl Sparkie Alexander

National Veterans Freedom Park

Wwi Memorial, Durham County

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Gardens

Confederate Monument, Raleigh, Wake County

Worth Bagley

Stillhouse Bottom

Northington Ferry Trail

Caldwell Monument

Lanier Falls Trail

Greenway Trail

Samuel Ashe Monument

Durham County Stadium

Eve Carson Memorial Butterfly Bench

Durham Bulls Athletic Park

Unity Monument At Bennett Place Historical Site

Monument To Nc Women Of The Confederacy

Presidents North Carolina Gave The Nation Monument

East Loop Horse Trail

Zebulon Vance Statue

George Washington, Union Square, Raleigh

Campbell Creek Loop

North Carolina Museum Of Art

Belk Track Statues

Group Camp Trail

Mckay Island

Kenan Stadium

Confederate Monument, Durham County

Nc Fallen Firefighters Memorial

Confederate Memorial, Holly Springs

First Confederate Flag Marker And Monument

Charlie Choo Choo Justice Monument

Emerson Stadium (Former Site)

Sir Walter Raleigh Statue

Washington Duke Inn And Golf Club

O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium

Wallace Wade Stadium

Boshamer Stadium

Malbourne Angier Bust, Durham

Morehead Patterson Bell Tower

Gunter-Harris Island

Morehead Planetarium

Raven Rock Loop

Nasher Museum Of Art At Duke University

Charles Duncan Mciver Statue

Andy And Opie Taylor Statue

Silent Sam Civil War Monument

Research Triangle Park

Davie Poplar

Morehead Sundial

Places near Raleigh

Holly Springs
Garner
Apex
Cary
Wake Forest
Chapel Hill
Fort Bragg
Burlington
Rocky Mount
Greensboro

Schools in Raleigh

Shaw University
North Carolina State University Central Research Station
North Carolina State University

Restaurants in Raleigh

nina's ristorante
origami - raleigh/durham
mickey
Raleigh Private Flights