Raleigh’s Historic Resources and Museum Program Survey

News posted Jan. 03, 2018 - 4:14 pm

Raleigh’s Historic Resources and Museum Program (HRM) is undergoing a strategic planning process to generate a shared vision for increasing its impact on the City and its future. We want to understand how you have interacted with HRM’s historic assets and museums in the past and gather ideas for how we can enhance the experience offered in the future. We invite you to participate by taking this quick survey to tell us about your experiences at Raleigh heritage sites and museums and help us identify the types of programming you would like to see across the HRM portfolio. Respondents can enter for a chance to win a $100 Target gift card! Take the survey through Jan 15th. It should take approximately 5 minutes to complete. All responses will be confidential, and your personal information will not be shared. Survey results will inform recommendations for the strategic plan.
Raleigh’s Historic Resources and Museum Program was established in 2012 to preserve and activate important cultural, museum, and historic resources within the city. Pullen Park’s attractions and the City of Raleigh Museum are just two of the dozen assets within the program. Other assets include: Borden Building, John Chavis Memorial Park Carousel, Fred Fletcher Amphitheater, Historic Raleigh Trolley, Latta House and University Site, Moore Square, Mordecai Historic Park, Norwood House, Pope House Museum, and Tucker House.

For more information, contact

  • Shani Carter, 646-795-1011
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