Things to do for History Buffs in Durham, North Carolina
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- 311 reviews
It's impossible to spend time here without feeling at least 8.4% better. You can feed ducks and swans in the pond, smell dozens of different kinds of flowers, wander through the native and non-native plants, or just lay down for a picnic. In the summer, they host Friday evening concerts on the lawn. Bring a picnic, or buy some snacks ...Popular withOutdoorFamiliesDesign
- 47 reviews
Amazing! Most gorgeous chapel in the Southeast, and it's in the Top 5 in the nation. Plus, it's surrounded by the outstanding neo-Gothic campus of the prestigious Duke University, the elegant and breath-taking Sarah P Duke Gardens, the exquisite and eclectic Nasher Museum of Art on Duke's campus and Cameron Indoor Stadium, the most electrifying and exiting place in the ...
- 54 reviews
I could live here. So could you. We all could. And if you're in Durham right now, you probably practically do (I know people who are here 2-3 times a week). Imagine this: your living room, times 20. Add in an indoor playground (ping pong tables, arcade video games, darts, etc). Once in a while, throw in some live music ...Popular withFamiliesLocalTrendsters
- 131 review
Bennett Place State Historic Site in Durham, NC. is where Confederate General Joseph Johnston surrendered his army to Union General William T. Sherman on April 26, 1865. Confederate General Robert E. Lee had surrendered his army seventeen day before, on April 9th, 1865 at Appomattox Courthouse, thus effectively ending the war.Popular withHistory