Close downtown Raleigh, the notable Oakwood neighborhood incorporates several nineteenth century homes, a large number of which have been completely reestablished to their previous magnificence. Make sure to walk around the Tucker House, a noteworthy Neoclassical Revival style home. Notwithstanding the design, you'll see lovely gardens encompassing a large number of the homes. A mobile visit guide can be found at the Capitol Area Visitor's Center, including a guide and data about the houses and the historical backdrop of the area. Maps and more definite data can likewise be found at the Historic Oakwood site. The Historic Oak View Country Park is a prior to the war farmhouse worked in 1885. It includes the Farm History Center, the Cotton Gin House, and the Plank Kitchen. The greenery enclosures and plantations are the ideal place to bring your cookout and visit the well disposed goats.