Convenient lodging to the State Archives of NC [Map #17]

– On R-Line Free Shuttle/Transportation Loop

Local Transportation

  • Walking: Raleigh is a very walkable city. The street blocks are not long and there are sidewalks on both sides of the street. Crosswalks with walk/don’t walk signage (and sometimes accompanying sounds ) are prevalent. All sidewalks and curbs can handle wheel chairs.
  • R-line [FREE circulator bus]
  • GoRaleigh Bus Line
  • Parking
    • Across the street from the Archives: 2017 rates are $2/hr, M-F, 7-6:30 [the website is wrong on the close time!], More info
    • Alternative street parking – if the lot is full, go east past the governor/exeutive’s mansion and free on the-street parking can be found, usually pretty readily. You only need to go about 2 blocks past the mansion. 109 E. Jones Street does have an entry ramp on the east side of the building that you can use
    • Raleigh’s interactive parking map for all Raleigh public parking decks

Getting Here

Traveling with Disabilities

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance is extensive throughout Raleigh. Ramps for building access, curb cuts, wide curbs, visual and auditory walk/don’t want signage and more encourage all individuals to safely navigate and enjoy Raleigh. At 109 E. Jones Street, ramp access is provided on the east side of the building. An elevator inside the building gets you to all floors. Staff are happy to help with accommodations (e.g. bring materials to you versus you having to retrieve them at the front desk)