- TripBuzz discovered 53 different types of activities for couples in the Durham area, including Sports Stadiums (Professional) (like Durham Bulls Athletic Park), Hiking Trails (like American Tobacco Trail), Family Fun Center (like Wheels Fun Park) and Theaters (like DPAC - Durham Performing Arts Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 140 date ideas in or near Durham, North Carolina, including 116 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Cary and Wake Forest.
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Bull City Homebrew Raleigh / Durham MoreLess Info
Expert-led classes guide novice brewers through the basics of beer crafting, from selecting recipes to bottling their product
96% 25 votes
Durham, NC 27713 MoreLess Info
American Tobacco Trail is over 22 miles and is a mix of paved trail and gravel path where visitors can find snakes, turtles, rabbits, and deer. The trail is suitable for bikers, runners, walkers, and skateboarders among others.
90% 48 votes
5101 N. Roxboro Rd., Durham, NC MoreLess Info
Featuring historical sites and buildings, West Point on the Eno is a popular tourist spot in the Durham area. Visitors can also explore nature along the walking trails or enjoy a relaxing picnic by the river.
81% 68 votes
Ninth St., Durham, NC MoreLess Info
Specialty dance workshops and full classes are offered at Ninth Street. The dance instructors can cover most popular types of dance including jazz, tap, tango, ballet, swing, samba, African, modern, hip hop, and Broadway.
81% 36 votes
290 Frank Bassett Road, Durham, NC 27708 MoreLess Info
On the campus of Duke University, Wallace Wade Stadium hosts all at home football games. The facility is able to accommodate over 30,000 fans and offers an array of concessions for added game day enjoyment.
93% 28 votes
Cameron Blvd & Erwin Road, Durham, NC 27705 MoreLess Info
Named in honor of a former ACC champion track coach at Duke University, the Al Buehler Cross Country Trail comprises over three miles of trails suited for walking and running. The trails wind around a golf course.
100% 12 votes
534 Foster Street, Durham, NC 27701 MoreLess Info
Hosting events for the community, Durham Central Park offers visitors open fields, gardens, and paths to explore. At the park, visitors can attend movie screenings, enjoy picnics, and attend food truck festivals.
52% 21 votes
4508 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd, Durham, NC 27707 MoreLess Info
AMF Durham Lanes offers traditional bowling on 32 lanes along with a bar and meeting room with a capacity of up to 36 people. They also feature arcades, pool or air hockey, group events, birthday parties and a Pro Shop.
96% 705 votes
433 Murray Avenue, Durham, NC 27704 MoreLess Info
Based in Durham, North Carolina, the Museum of Life + Science has one of the largest butterfly gardens in the United States. It also features indoor exchibits, live animals and hands-on stations for children and adults.
91% 244 votes
3705 Erwin Road, Durham, NC 27705 MoreLess Info
Duke University's Duke Lemur Center is one of the world's most important zoological institutes dedicated to lemurs. Tours are available seven days a week and must be scheduled in advance. All tour proceeds benefit lemurs and support the Lemur Center's research initiatives.
94% 223 votes
6101 Cole Mill Rd., Durham, NC MoreLess Info
The expansive Eno River State Park in Durham, North Carolina is one of the most beautiful parks in the eastern United States. Day visits are free, but campers must purchase an inexpensive permit before entering the park. The picnic area and barbecue grills must be reserved in advance.