The Raleigh IMAX theater and Marbles Kids Museum are located in the near the center of downtown Raleigh in the Moore Square district. The Raleigh IMAX is the only 3D-capable giant screen IMAX Theatre in North Carolina.
The Marbles Museum is an exciting hands-on museum for children 10-and-under, and The Corner Store features a mixture of toys, games, and gadgets. In addition to galleries and exhibits, the museum provides a variety of camps for children from 3 – 13 years of age including summer camps, School’s Out Camps, First Friday’s Camps, and Group Camp in.
The Marbles Museum is a great place for birthday parties and special events.
There are lots of activities for families. Check out: What’s Happening
Find out what’s happening at the IMAX: Raleigh IMAX Theater
Raleigh is known as a family friendly city and there are many museums, parks, lakes, live performances and festivals. There is the North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina Museum of Natural Science, North Carolina Museum of History, the North Carolina Railroad Museum and others.
One example is Blue Jay Point County Park, which is a 236-acre park located on the shores of Falls Lake in northern Wake County that features environmental education programs with demonstration areas and exhibits. It is but one of a number of environmental education parks in the Raleigh area.
The arts are exemplified in the Raleigh Little Theater. It has been providing enriching, educational and entertaining community theater for over 75 years. It also offers summer camp programs for children ages 4–12 and teenagers with comprehensive theatrical training. Check out the upcoming shows and events on the website: http://www.raleighlittletheatre.org/