Happy Tuesday, friends! I switched things up a little this weekend, so yesterday I scheduled a fashion post in a little collab with Courtney & Stephanie. Today, I’m recapping my weekend exploring Raleigh. DG’s season has started back up, so our time together on the weekends is a little more of a priority. I had on my winter bucket list that I wanted to explore some of the historic homes in downtown Raleigh, and the Mordecai Historic Park was one of the ones I wanted to check out.
How was your weekend? Did you watch House of Cards? What did you think of this season?
I didn't know that a city could just MOVE the houses to where they wanted…that's crazy!! Glad to hear you and DG spent some great quality time together this weekend!! xo, Biana –BlovedBoston
Owen Davis @ Davis Duo says
I love your love of history! Raleigh has so much that I never even think about yet I have been hundreds of times.
Caroline @ Windy City Chic says
Love this post!! I'm glad that you two had a fun time being tourists in your own city too!! 🙂
Christina Lea Loves says
I love doing touristy things close to home – all these photos are gorgeous and Raleigh sounds like such a wonderful area!
Carly Messmer says
This looks like such a cool thing to do! Charleston regularly had house tours where you could visit some of the older southern homes, I loved it.
Kate Steadman says
That place is so cute!! I loved going there a couple of weeks ago! It looks like you had a great weekend.
Sara Kate Styling
Ashley @ A Cute Angle says
Wow, beautiful! What great history too!
~Ashley @ A Cute Angle
Karly @ Miss in the Midwest says
This is so neat, I always love seeing historic homes in different cities.
Kate at Green Fashionista says
So many beautiful homes, how cool that they can move them!
Stephanie Chalk says
Weekends discovering Raleigh are always on the top of my favorite's list! Xo, Stephanie
Head to Toe Chic says
So fun! I remember going to see the house where Andrew Johnson was born on a class trip. I love seeing historic homes!
Just Jess says
I have the home on my list for places to travel to in Raleigh. My friend works at the capital and has her masters in Public History so I love exploring NC with her. Jess at Just Jess
I finished House of Cards with my mouth wide open. They are CRAZY! (Which is why I love it) But I have lived in Raleigh my entire life but never knew about Andrew Johnson's birth house. Pretty cool! I love NC 🙂