SARAH P. DUKE GARDENS
420 Anderson Street, Durham, NC 27708 Directions
Sarah P. Duke Gardens is made up of nearly fifty-five acres of landscaped and forested areas at Duke University in Durham, NC. There are 5 miles of alleys, walks, and paths through the gardens. More than four lakhs visitors from all over the world visit Sarah P. Duke Gardens annually, enjoying this 55 acres of specialized gardens. They have several fantastic outdoor locations for weddings and other special occasions. Sarah P. Duke Gardens offers classes in gardening, photography, and natural history, as well as tours, free drop-in programs for families & spring break. This garden motto is inspiration, enjoyment, and learning through excellence in horticulture and community engagement. Visit this garden with free admission.
Wedding Reception, Walking Tours, Group Visits, Duck Pond, Adult Programs, Children and Family Programs, Rose Circle, Nature Adventures Camps, Summer Outdoor Concert Series, Organic Food Garden, Century-Old Fountain, Photography, Japanese Tea House and Pavilion, School Programs, Water and Memorial Gardens & White Garden
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MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE
433 West Murray Avenue, Durham, NC 27704 Directions
The Museum of Life and Science is an 84-acre science museum located in Durham, NC. It is formerly known as the North Carolina Museum of Life and Science and the NC Children's Museum. The Museum of Life and Science houses a collection of hand-crafted exhibits designed to ignite curiosity and wonder. With a two-story immersive science center, one of the largest butterfly houses on the East Coast, more than 60 species of live animals, and more, every visit is a new adventure. The farm gives visitors the opportunity to see how zoos provide animal stimulation as well as the weekly up-close experience provided by animal keepers. At the Museum of Life and Science, you can exhibit Hideaway Woods, Aerospace, BioQuest, Magic Wings Butterfly House and Dinosaur Trail. Children (Ages 2 & under) and members of this museum can get free admission.
Membership, Business Members, Field Trips, Birthday Party, Climbing Higher Campaign, Conservation, Dining and Shopping, Special Event, Adult Programs, Classrooms, Camps and Classes, Rentals Facility, Summer Camp, Exhibits, Weddings, Workshops, Corporate Events, Family Events, Planned Giving, Tours & Research
Price: Price: General: $20
Children Ages 3-12: $15
Senior Age 65 & older: $18
U.S. Military With ID: $18
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NASHER MUSEUM OF ART
2001 Campus Drive, Durham, NC 27705 Directions
The Nasher Museum of Art is the Duke University's art museum and is located on Duke's Durham campus. It has been known as a place to "raise the cultural bar" on college campuses. It is a major hub for the arts in Durham and the surrounding area. The Nasher Museum Café offers fresh, seasonal foods for lunch on Fridays, lunch on Thursdays, and brunch on Fridays. . You can also buy art-inspired gifts at this museum shop. The Nasher Museum maintains a particular focus on artists of African descent. More than 1 million people have visited The Nasher Museum of Art since 2005.
Art Museum, Exhibitions, Collection, Cafe, Store, Public and Group Tours, Event Rental, Faculty Resources, Collection Research, Academic Focus Gallery, Visual Literacy, Educational Programs, University Students Programs, Student Advisory Board, Teachers Programs, K-12 Tours, Classroom Visits & Teachers Programs
Seniors (65 and older) $5
Non-Duke students with student ID $4