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CAM Raleigh, Raleigh

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Staying downtown provides the most convenient access to Raleigh's leading attractions. You'll find a couple of large, efficient hotels here--they feature a large volume of beds. The area around the North Campus of North Carolina State University lies just west of downtown and features a handful of additional hotels. A cluster of national chain hotels and motels lies in the midtown area north of downtown. There are a couple of bus lines that provide easy access to downtown from here, so this area serves as a suitable option if you cannot find accommodation in the city center. The intersection of I-440 and Route 70 to the northwest of downtown features numerous hotels and motels, but these largely cater to business travelers who require convenient access to both downtown and the airport.
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  • There was one mural, one painting, and two small sculptures for the admission price of $5. I asked the receptionist to be sure if there wasn't anything else, and she assured me that any other exhibits...  more »
  • I like looking at art for the most part, but unfortunately I found this gallery to be a bit dull after a while. I think if you are an art enthusiast you will love it. They do offer traveling galleries...  more »
  • I visited here with a group on a Friday afternoon. There were about a dozen patrons including us. Admission was free, although they accept donations. The main exhibit up at the time was the Camstellat...  more »
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  • Visiting is always a memorable experience. The installations are thoughtfully developed and they always have events. Very friendly and educational staff and involved in community enrichment. Great place to walk around when you have free time or bring people from out of town.
  • Nice place for a viewing of Modern Art. This place was smaller than I expected but the art was really cool! There were 3 or 4 different exhibits when I went.
  • This is a beautiful space downtown with a modest space for exhibitions. If you enjoy contemporary art, it's a nice destination.
  • Small but refreshing space. Has food trucks on 1st Fridays. worth a visit.
  • Only three large exhibits were being shown when I visited. Nothing really good either - definitely not worth the admission price.