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About Raleigh, NC

Raleigh is one the fastest growing cities in the Southeastern United States. Known for its world-class universities, Research Triangle Park (RTP) and many international companies, Raleigh provides a culture of innovation and is a major business center in the Southeastern US. Raleigh is the home of many museums and cultural attractions. Raleigh has a vibrant restaurant and brewery scene. The Raleigh Greenway system, a network of public open spaces and recreational trails, has an access point nearby the conference hotel. Umstead State Park is 10 minutes away. For attendees who bring their families, there are many activities, such as Marbles Kid’s Museum and the carousel and train at Pullen Park. The conference venue is well-situated for conference guests to enjoy all the region has to offer.

Evening view of Raleigh

Raleigh Weather

March is the first month of the spring in Raleigh and is a mild month with temperature in the range of an average high of 59.5°F (15.3°C) and an average low of 42.6°F (5.9°C). On average, rain falls for 14.3 days and regularly aggregates up to 2.48" (63mm) of precipitation in March. Although rare, snow is possible in Raleigh in March.

North Carolina

North Carolina also offers both mountains and beaches within a half day’s drive from Raleigh. We encourage you to check out what the state has to offer. Asheville in the mountains with its vibrant brewery and arts scenes and Wilmington on the coast with nearby beaches are just two options. Check out the USS North Carolina, WWII Battleship that is a floating museum in Wilmington.

Outer Banks     Charlotte by Daniel Weiss     Blue Ridge Parkway by Triston Dunn