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You can easily walk or take the free shuttle to visit the shopping and excitement of The Streets at Southpoint. Also close by is Research Triangle Park, a hub of prestigious and historic universities—including the University of North Carolina and Duke University.... more
Don’t yet know the town? Take a two-to-four-mile walking guide of Durham’s historic Downtown area, available at the Durham Visitor Information Center. Or, walk at Al Buehler Cross Country Trail, with more than three miles of gravel jogging and walking trails around the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Course.... more
Don’t miss a visit to the Carolina Theater, built in 1926, is a rich part of Durham's history - the last remaining of 13 original theatres in Durham. Now restored, it is the only historic theatre in the country to boast as part of its complex two fully operating state-of-the-art cinemas.... more
See the city from a unique perspective on a motorized Tobacco Road Tour, highlighting Durham's historic past, including downtown sites, historic neighborhoods, Duke and NC Central University Campuses, and more!... more
Greystone is rich in Durham history. Built for James Edward Stagg and Mary Washington Lyon Stagg — both descendants of the philanthropic Duke family– Greystone is the last standing private residence in Durham Built by Duke Descendants. ... more
The house is significant as one of the few surviving examples of middle class farm houses is this section of the county. It is a designated historic landmark listed in the Durham County Historic Inventory, known as the Hall-Mann house. Some of the original features that are still in the house are corner fireplaces, a wide open stair case, beveled... more