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When driving to Twin Oaks, it can be easy to pass. You will see a gravel road with an open gate, the sign can be hard to see but there is one at the end of the driveway. You will see the barn as you start driving in. The parking is gravel and grass, please park on either side when you pull in, and don't pull too close to the barn for vendor vehicles. Wear shoes accordingly. If you are planning to drink, it is suggested to carpool or Uber as there will be security.

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Traveling to the area? Here are some fun places to visit nearby.


Things To Do


Food & Drink

Barcelona Wine Bar

430 W Martin St, Raleigh, NC, NC 27603

This is our favorite Tapas and Wine bar in the area. Food is delicious and moderately priced for the what's offered. This restaurant is only 20 minutes from the wedding venue, in downtown Raleigh.

Soo Cafe

2815 Brentwood Rd, Raleigh, NC 27604

Enjoy some of the best Korean Fried Chicken you will ever have. Is it the most attractive part of Raleigh? No. But is the food delectable? Yes.

Nana's Lil Sweets

105 W Main St, Garner, NC 27529

Did you like our wedding cake? Check out the bakery that made it! They have a variety of tasty treats and are on the old historic Main Street in Garner. Check out other small shops on the strip while visiting!

Watts & Ward

200 S Blount St. , Raleigh, NC 27601

Watts & Ward is a craft cocktail speakeasy. It pays homage to dens of the prohibition era and is large, luxurious, and open to any and all.



North Carolina State Farmers Public Market

1201 Agriculture St., Raleigh, NC 27603

At 30,000 square feet, North Carolina farmers Market sells fresh produce, plants, and other specialty items produced on local farms. This is where you can find the freshest and widest variety of produce and plants in the area.


Outdoor & Nature

North Carolina Museum of Art

2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, NC, NC 27607

The North Carolina Museum of Art is right here in Raleigh. Ranked as one of the top 25 museums in the country, the North Carolina Museum of Art is a must-see for visitors with beautiful art and an outdoor park decorated with over a dozen works of art and two miles of trails. The park and most of the museum is free.

North Carolina State Capitol

1 E Edenton St, Raleigh, NC 27601

Did you know that Raleigh is North Carolina's State Capital? Visit downtown Raleigh's Capitol building and the surrounding historic district for some great sight seeing.