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Raleigh and Durham, NC, USA

Thrifty Car Rental –Raleigh (RDU)

1015 Trade Drive
Morrisville, NC 27623
Phone: 877-283-0898

The growing metropolis of Raleigh, North Carolina, is an attractive and beautiful place to spend your time. Your Raleigh car rental will ensure that you get everywhere you want to go within this attractive and historic metro area, but it's up to you to make sure you accomplish everything on your to-do list. From historic buildings and museums to beautiful natural landscapes and urban parks, Raleigh has it all. Take a ride in your Raleigh rental car to travel between local attractions, or to just take a drive through the city.

Museum time
Drive your Raleigh rental car to one of the area's fun and informative museums. The North Carolina Museum of History offers various exhibits throughout the year that offer a glimpse into the region's past. Exhibits like The Story of North Carolina, Leading the State: North Carolina's Governors, A Call to Arms, Real to Reel: The Making of Gone with the Wind and Al Norte al Norte: Latino Life in North Carolina provide hours of insightful entertainment. The Raleigh City Museum has only been around since July 2012, but if offers the same amount of fun and interactive learning experiences as much older museums. Exhibits like Made to Order: Kit Homes in Raleigh, Let Us March On: Raleigh's Journey towards Civil Rights and The Art of Business can be found in this new museum.

A piece of history
On a beautiful day, take your Raleigh car rental for a spin and check out some of the city's historic structures. Montfort Hall, a pre-Civil War era mansion, was built for William Montfort Boylan. This incredible Italianate style home will remind you of the architectural quality and styles of 19th century homes. The Joel Lane Museum House was built in the early 1770s by Joel Lane himself, who is credited as the Father of Raleigh. The plantation has been "faithfully restored" and is now open for public enjoyment.

Parks galore
The historic options don't stop with housing: If you just can't get enough pre-20th century architecture, drive out to Mordecai Historic Park. Home to the Raleigh Trolley, this park is also the birthplace of the 17th President of the United States, Andrew Johnson. Mordecai Park is located in the heart of downtown Raleigh. For another option, visit Pullen Park. Donated by Richard Stanhope Pullen, this park was once an old cow pasture, and now offers an aquatics center, arts center, community center and cafe.

With the charms of the “Old South” and the style and sensibility of a modern metropolis, Raleigh is a city unlike any other. And whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, on your own or with your whole family, there’s no better way to explore this stunning city than from behind the wheel of a Raleigh rental car.
Featuring great rates on sleek sedans and convertibles, plus rugged SUVs and roomy minivans, our Raleigh car rentals make it easy tour the heart of the city, as well as some of the area’s top attractions in its outlying areas, like Mordecai Historic Park/President Andrew Johnson's Birthplace, Chatham Hill Winery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University and more. Best of all, if you’re a frequent traveler, you can sign up for the Blue Chip Express Rental Program® and earn one free day with a rental car for every 16 days you rent from Thrifty. Put your Raleigh car rental to work for you and sign up today. It’s fast, free and easy.

Click below for local visitor information:
http://www.visitraleigh.com/