By Malvika Kashyap
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You have come to the correct site if you're looking for things to do in Durham, North Carolina. This city is tiny in size yet has big-town facilities, making it a great place to visit.
1. Visit Durham Performing Arts Center The 2,700-seat theater at the facility hosts popular performers and Broadway productions, including Hamilton.
2. Durham Bulls Athletic Park When visiting Durham, it is one of the best things to do. The Durham Bulls minor league baseball club plays its home games at the stadium.
3. Explore Museum of Life & Science It is a place with nonstop kid-friendly activities, interactive exhibitions, and hands-on experiments, but it also has fun things for adults to do.
4. Eno River State Park Locals and tourists who want to go hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, or fishing frequently visit the Eno River.
5. Duke Lemur Center Outside of Madagascar, it houses the greatest collection of lemurs. The study facilities and the lemurs may be seen up close.
6. Stagville State Historic Site It is located on the grounds of the family's farms, which housed over 900 slaves.
7. The Carolina Theatre The Durham Bulls, a renowned baseball club from the area, were featured in the movie Bull Durham, which had its world debut there.
8. Duke Homestead State Historic Site All through the year, the homestead hosts celebrations and activities that are a fun way to explore the location.
9. Durham Farmers' Market Fresh, regionally produced foods, flowers, bakery goods, honey, crafts, and artisanal foods are sold by local merchants at the Pavilion in Durham Central Park.
10. Durham's Street Murals A wonderful approach to seeing Durham is to go on a self-guided walk in the neighborhood to look for and appreciate the intricate and artistic murals on nearby buildings.
Due to the close proximity to some of Durham's greatest sites, you can fit in more activities during your visit. Happy Travel!
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