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Major the Bull

Everyone’s favorite Bull. Named after George Watts Hill, who had a key role in the socioeconomic development of Durham and whose nickname was ‘Major’....

Preservation Durham Tours

Want to learn more about Durham? Preservation Durham offers free walking and bike tours that introduce downtown Durham’s history and architecture! Tours are Saturdays, April...

Durham Farmer’s Market

Durham Farmer’s Market Talk about keepin’ it local! The Durham Farmers’ Market has local farmers, food trucks, and incredible creators. All the vendors are all...

DPAC

Pollstar, Billboard and Venues Today all place DPAC among the top U.S. venues of its size and type. They host over 200 performances a...

Museum of Life and Science

The Museum of Life and Science is a great interactive science park on 84 acres. It includes a two-story science center, a large butterfly...

Bull City Connector: Durham’s Most Under-Rated “Attraction”

I’ve lived in Durham for 10 years and I hate to admit it but it wasn’t until last week that I first rode  the...

Duke Basketball Hall of Fame

Check out decades of Duke University’s athletic achievements showcased with visual and audio exhibits, theatre and trophies of national championships at the Duke Basketball...

Duke Chapel: Find Sanctuary

Duke Chapel is at the very center of the Duke University. You have to see its breathtaking beauty in person to truly appreciate it....

Eno River State Park: An Urban Escape

A 4,200-acre North Carolina state park, it's only 10 miles from downtown Durham but it's one of the best places in Durham to get...

21c Museum Hotel: An All-In-One Evening

This is not your typical hotel. If you're ever looking for an all in one night out or just an air-conditioned afternoon, check out...

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