Lots of eclectic shops, food and entertainment. Big Ed’s is known for their fabulous country breakfast. Homemade biscuits, grits with red eye gravy, best pancakes ever! Been around forever!
“Old fashioned Soda Bar. Hand dipped ice cream, candy, toys, NC foods and gifts. If you’re staying in Wendell it’s a must stop in!”
“The newest edition to the Person Street food scene, this french restaurant is from Scott Crawford of Crawford and Son. ”
“Great area to walk to and see beautiful homes. Also, the Oakwood cemetery is interesting. ”
“One block away. This property was once a part of the largest plantation in Wake County. Check the website for special events and tours: raleighnc.gov/museums”
“The North Carolina Museum of History, located in downtown Raleigh, showcases more than 14,000 years and 150,000 artifacts of N.C. history, from native inhabitants to the 20th century. Dozens of exhibits are on display focusing on a variety of eras in state history, and there are always new exhibits to come and visit. The museum’s permanent exhibit, The Story of North Carolina, holds amazing artifacts, multimedia presentations, dioramas and interactive features, along with two, full-size historic houses and many recreated environments. Notable artifacts include recovered items from the Queen Anne’s Revenge, Civil War flags and weapons, a replica of the 1903 Wright Flyer and a lunch counter from a 1960 Salisbury, N.C., sit-in during the American civil rights movement. In addition to the exhibits, events and programs occur throughout the year, and upcoming happenings are available on the museum’s website. Summer camps, internships, lectures and much more are provided for extended learning opportunities. For kids, the museum offers several activities including a History Corner, a kids’ page and gallery-themed backpacks. ”