Durham Bulls Athletic Park
The Durham Bulls Athletic Park is the home of the Durham Bulls, the source of how Durham got its name Bull City.
Most of the filming was done at the first Durham Athletic Park for the famous the 1988 film Bull Durham, featuring the Bulls, Kevin Costner, Tim Robbins, and Susan Sarandon.
409 Blackwell Street
Varies by Game Schedule
Durham Performing Arts Center
dPAC is the premiere center for large scale entertainment in Durham, featuring musical acts, theatre, and performances.
Durham and Raleigh were initially competing for the Performing Arts Center when the idea came along in the late 1990s. Raleigh was chosen in 1999 but, due to funding issues and other controversies, Durham won out and the center opened in 2008.
Make sure you don't show up late - you may be stuck out in the lobby until there's a pause in the show!
123 Vivian Street
Varies by Event Schedule
Museum of Durham History
This museum has information all about Durham's history, with a new History Hub with rotating exhibits.
The museum started as an idea in 2004 when Durham's Cultural Master Plan named a history museum a priority for the city.
500 W. Main Street
10:00am - 5:00pm Tues-Sat
Some extended hours Fri
The Carolina Theatre is a nonprofit performing arts theatre with rotating events.
Originally known as the Durham Auditorium, the theater was built in 1926 and has operated ever since!
Each year the Carolina Theatre attracts more than 150,000 people to downtown Durham.
309 W. Morgan Street
Varies by Event
Motorco was initially set to be named The Geer.
The Durham Baking Company built this building in 1938, and since the late 1950s it held a series of car dealerships and a limo service. It was abandoned for about ten years before it became Motorco.
723 Rigsbee Avenue
5:00pm - 12:00am Mon
11:30am - 12:00am Tues-Weds
11:30am - 2:00am Thurs-Sat
11:30 - 12:00am Sun
Reverbnation help musicians manage their careers by connecting them with fans, introducing them to players in the music industry and using innovative techniques to help them build their careers.
Known as the Studebaker Building for the car dealership it held in the 1920s, this building was renovated in the 80s for restaurant space and most recently contained an office for the advertising agency Ogilvy before switching into Reverbnation.
115 N. Duke Street
21C Museum Hotel
21C is a boutique hotel, contemporary art museum, cultural civic center and home to Counting House restaurant in the historic Hill Building of downtown Durham.
Born out of a desire to integrate contemporary art into everyday life, 21c launched in downtown Louisville, Kentucky in 2006.
Visit the Museum for a tour at 5pm on Wednesdays and Fridays.
111 Corcoran Street