Raleigh Convention Center

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Raleigh Convention Center


  • Max Capacity Banquet - 51702
  • Max Capacity Classroom - 14504
  • Max Capacity Theater - 68242
  • Number Of Meeting Rooms - 20
  • Seating Capacity Smallest Event Room - 30
  • Square Footage Meeting Events - 500000


  • 500 S. Salisbury St.

    Raleigh,   NC   27601


Sun-drenched and LEED Silver-certified, the all-new Raleigh Convention Center is home to stimulating design, inspiring culture and superior service. Our 500,000 square feet of event space comes equipped with cutting-edge technology and is surrounded by museum-level arts and crafts. In fact, an entire side of our building is a dazzling piece of public art--The Cree Shimmer Wall. The new Raleigh Convention Center will transform meetings into unforgettable experiences and provide the standard of service you have to come to expect from a world-class destination.

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500 S. Salisbury St.
Raleigh NC 27601


Latitude: 35° 46' 25.125" / Longitude: -78° 38' 28.86"

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From US-70 / Glenwood Ave. / Northwest Raleigh From Glenwood Avenue / US-70, follow the US-70 E. signs toward downtown Raleigh. US-70 travels along Glenwood Avenue, turns onto Wade Avenue, then exits onto Capital Blvd. heading south. Capital Blvd. becomes Dawson St. Go 10 blocks south on Dawson St. (0.8 miles). Turn left onto South St. Go 3 blocks on South St. Memorial Auditorium is on the right. Raleigh Convention Center is on the left. From US-64 / New Bern Ave. / Northeast Raleigh Take US-64 W. toward Raleigh. US-64 becomes New Bern Ave. Follow New Bern Ave., crossing over I-440. After you cross I-440 go another 2.5 miles west. New Bern Ave. then becomes Edenton St. Go 1 mile on Edenton St. and turn left at the State Capitol onto Salisbury St. The Convention Center is 5 blocks on the left, and Memorial Auditorium is 7 blocks on the left.

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