Quality Inn & Suites
3710 Hillsborough Rd.
Durham, NC 27705-2906
Phone: (919) 382-3388
Fax: (919) 382-9298
3710 Hillsborough Rd. , Durham, NC, US, 27705-2906
- Phone: (919) 382-3388
- Fax: (919) 382-9298
They say variety is the spice of life and that is just what you get at Bryan Center Building, which is located within Duke University. At this center, students and visitors can find a number of shops, restaurants, performing art theaters, ATM machines, the University Box Office and a broadcast studio. This place is fun for all with the amount of things one can do. The trees all around the building offer a well-sculpted look, making it a nice place to relax at after dining at a restaurant here or even after spending some time shopping.
This gallery showcases high quality art pieces created by local artists in a variety of mediums plus offers a wonderful selection of original art and antique prints.
This is a rather large independent bookstore. It is quite popular for its extensive database of titles. Find books under Art, Architecture, Science, History, Technology, Mystery novels, and storybooks. The store also has a cafe that serves coffee and sandwiches. An added feature is the free Internet facility to browse for more information. You can also order a book online from the company's website.
The only complete Orvis Dealer in the area, this full service fly shop offers a wide variety of supplies and equipment for fishermen, as well as fly tying tools and materials. Guide services and instructions are available.
Specializing in the best educational toys for children of all ages, this toy store features an experienced staff that helps you choose the perfect fun, creative, and quality educational toy that is appropriate for your child.
9th Street, with its striped awnings and shady sidewalks, hearkens back to the days when things moved more slowly and people watching at an outdoor cafe was a favorite pastime. Billing itself as "Durham's alternative shopping district," 9th Street is located in historic Old West Durham, two blocks from Duke University's East Campus. Park the car and window-shop past clothing and jewelry stores, browse the books at Regulator Bookshop and Java Café, and then pull up a stool at MacDonald's Drug Store, a 1916-style shop with an old-fashioned soda fountain.
Billing itself as "The Place to Be," this is certainly the place to shop. Sears and Macy's anchor the mall, but that is only the beginning of the opportunities to fill those bags. Talbots and Victoria's Secret are just a few of the highly recognized retail outlets; gifts, books, toys, shoes and furniture are all available under one roof. A multitude of services is here and the Food Gallery helps shoppers keep their strength up so they can shop until they drop. Accepted credit cards vary.
A full service kite shop that offers hundreds of unique single and multi-lined kites and banners for both the novice and experienced flyers. Performance, art, and custom kites are available, as well as windsocks, windwheels, puzzles, and games for all ages.
The Tuba Exchange provides the highest quality tubas, sousaphones, and euphoniums at affordable prices.
Once the center of Durham's famously successful tobacco industry, Brightleaf Square is housed in two large early 20th-century brick warehouses. Stroll the original cobblestone walks and enjoy the flower-filled courtyard that separates the two buildings. Inside you'll find high-end specialty shops catering to young Durham professionals. Check out the latest men's fashions at B. Hyman and Company, browse the wares at Horizon Gallery and hunt for that perfect accent piece at James Kennedy Antiques, Ltd.
Step into this quaint shop and you'll realize right away that this is no ordinary antique store. Shoppers will find a wide range of decorative items such as oil paintings, Oriental porcelains, art and furniture, African art, and accessories. But mixed among the typical offerings are a variety of scientific and medical items the likes of which you won't find just anywhere. Been searching for an ebony-handled tonsil guillotine, circa 1870, or a brass anesthesia pump used in WWI France? This is the perfect place to complete your collection.
Bull City Art & Frame Company features Local Artists in various mediums. They are a "kid friendly" gallery and we are proud to be a "green" framer!