Fodor's Expert Review Joel Lane Museum House

Raleigh Historic Home

Dating to 1769, the oldest dwelling in Raleigh was the home of Joel Lane, known as the "Father of Raleigh" because he sold 1,000 acres of his property to the state of North Carolina on which the beginnings of the capital city were built. Costumed docents lead tours of the restored house and beautiful period gardens. The last tour starts an hour before closing: 1 pm Wednesday through Friday, and 3 on Saturday.

Historic Home Garden Historic District/Site Museum Village Historical

Quick Facts

160 S. St. Mary's St.
Raleigh, North Carolina  27603, USA


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $8, Closed Sun.–Tues.

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