Wherever you are in Durham, there's a one-of-a-kind, homegrown small business or experience that expresses the city's unique personality. Explore the city by neighborhood to find tucked-away gems, stories that have shaped our history, eclectic cuisine and more.
The Ultimate Downtown Durham District Guide
Welcome to the heart of the city — the quintessence of everything dazzling and extraordinary. Here's what to see, what to do and where to eat in the six neighborhoods that make up downtown Durham.
Hayti, West End & East Durham Guide
The Hayti, West End, and East Durham districts contain endless riches just beyond a passing glance; here, you’ll be the steward of your own adventures. Discover more of Durham, just off the beaten path.
A Guide to the Rockwood and Lakewood Districts
Southwest of downtown, the scenic and diverse Tuscaloosa-Lakewood and Rockwood neighborhoods offer some of Durham’s best thrift and antique shopping and nationally-renowned dining.
A Visitor's Guide to NCCU & Fayetteville Street
Experience the energy of the first state-supported liberal arts HBCU at North Carolina Central University's campus, and immerse yourself in the history and culture of the surrounding neighborhood.
The Ultimate Guide to Ninth Street & Duke University
West of downtown, Duke's iconic campus and attractions offer entertainment, beauty and relaxation while the historic Ninth Street shopping and dining district charms with a college-town vibe.
Your Guide to North Durham
For any visiting history buff, nature enthusiast or taco connoisseur, North Durham has the winning combo. Work up your appetite with a hike on the Eno river or a visit to one of Durham County's three state historic sites.
A Definitive Guide to the 15-501 Corridor
There’s more to the expansive boulevard connecting Durham and Chapel Hill than meets the eye. Welcome to Durham’s burgeoning hub of small business, public art and family-friendly entertainment.