Quality Inn Medical Park
1816 Hillandale Road
Durham, NC 27705
Phone: (919) 471-6100
Fax: (919) 479-7026
This movie theater has many movie screens each hosting the latest movie release for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Located on Duke University's main campus is the extremely charming Page Auditorium. The atmosphere at the auditorium is majestic because of the architecture within the auditorium and outside surroundings. The Page Auditorium should be on your list of places to visit during a trip to the city with its comfortable seating and since it features some of the best theater work and dance performances in the area.
Located on Duke University's East Campus, this Auditorium is used by the University's Music Department to conduct shows and promote music. The interiors are beautifully done with comfortable seating, a lovely balcony and a stunning dome shaped roof. The Baldwin Auditorium also has a skylight of florescent lights giving it remarkable lighting even at night. This 890 seat venue can be rented out for a wide range of performances or music concerts.
Reynolds Industries Theater is located beside Bryan Center at the Duke University in Durham. This charming theater is fairly popular among the theater-loving folk of the city, who regularly visit the place to catch some great plays. The comfortable interiors and relaxed atmosphere allows you to focus on the entertainers and completely enjoy the performance of talented artists. Be sure to catch up on a play at the Reynolds Industries Theater during a trip to Durham.
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.
Cameron Indoor Stadium is the perfect home for the Duke University basketball program. While legend has it that the design for the stadium was conceived on the back of a matchbook cover, one would be hard put to deny that the atmosphere of the stadium has contributed to the success of the university's basketball teams, who win a good portion of their games all-time. The intimacy of the arena places fans in the center of the action, ensuring frequent sell-out crowds.
Jack Coombs Field is located on the campus of Duke University. This baseball stadium is used primarily as the field for Duke University's baseball team.
Opened in 1929, Wallace Wade Stadium is part of Duke University and hosts sporting events for Duke's Blue Devils. This horseshoe-shaped stadium seats nearly 34,000 and was the first facility built on Duke's west campus. Originally called simply Duke Stadium, it was renamed in 1967 for noted football coach Wallace Wade. Check their website for details on upcoming events and ticketing information.
A shining star in the music scene of Brighleaf Square, Casbah Durham is the place you ought to head for some excellent music and beer. Located along the bustling Main Street, this venue is a "private club" of which if you become a member, at the fee of USD5, you can enjoy intoxicating live performances by artists known and yet-to-be-known. Whatever be your favorite genre of music, from blues to bluegrass, or punk, or even folk, Casbah plays it. See the website or call to know more.
For more than a decade, this group has been introducing cutting-edge theatrical creations. Productions have featured racy and often controversial topics. Art is the thing here. For those looking for a performance that is always compelling this is the place. Drama and comedy are the mainstays. The PuzzleHunt is a free, outdoor, and interactive performance held every few years that if you're lucky to be around, is an absolute must!
Motorco Music Hall is a popular bar and music venue in the Central Park district of downtown Durham. They have a full bar with an extensive liquor and wine listing as well as bottled microbrews and a rotating selection of twelve different beers on tap. Motorco is usually closed on Mondays but may open for an event or concert so be sure to check their website for the latest music schedule. Some seating is available around the bar and outside but why would you be sitting when your favorite band is playing anyways? Unless stated otherwise, Motorco requires patrons be 21 years of age or older.
For more than a decade, Durham has been the site of the biggest Blues celebration in the state. The festival draws upwards of 15,000 people and features the soulful sounds of the hottest artists. The concerts are held at various venues throughout the city, including Hayti Heritage Center and the Durham Athletic Park; call for details.