Cary North Carolina landmarks

Cary is the fifth-largest city in North Carolina. Cary is primarily in Wake County, which is part of the state of North Carolina and has a small portion in Chatham County located in the state of North Carolina. Cary also has a population of over 4.5 million and has a number of landmarks that have been featured in many films and television shows over the years. Here are some of the popular places in Cary to visit.

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Cary Stadium is one of the biggest stadiums in the world and was one of the venues for the recent Olympic Games held in 2020. It is home to a number of major sports teams including the Carolina RailHawks. The stadium is a former NFL stadium that was later turned into a soccer stadium and is now home to the Cary Strikers of the North American Soccer League. The Cary Rams is another well-known team in Cary and has played their games at the stadium since the mid 1980s. The Carolina Goldingales was also a regular visitor to the stadium and the game eventually moved to Hillsborough Stadium, which is located in Raleigh. The stadium is home to the Carolina RailHawks. Cary has also hosted other major events such as the NASCAR races and the Carolina State Fair.

There are a number of more, smaller landmarks in Cary that are all unique and offer something to do or see. The largest landmarks are the Cary Museum of Art and Cary Art Gallery and Museum, which is located in Cary itself. There is a large number of art galleries in Cary that feature different forms of art. The Cary Museum of Art is known for its fine art, while the Cary Art Gallery and Museum showcase ceramics and pottery.