Durham is a neighborhood of Raleigh, which is the state capital of North Carolina. From Durham, the center of Raleigh is about 20 miles to the southeast.
The North Carolina State Capitol and the Duke University are amongst Raleigh's visitor attractions
Some say "if you want the best, go right to the source," and Honey Girl Meadery couldn't agree more. At this vineyard you can take pleasure in quality local wines with friends. There's a good collection of hotels to select from just a short commute away. The King's Daughters Inn and Durham Marriott City Center are your best bets. Participating in a tour of Fullsteam Brewery is a good way to observe how beer is produced. Think about spending your evenings at the Hampton Inn & Suites Durham North I-85 and Hilton Garden Inn Durham/University Medical Center if this sight is higher up on your must-see list.
There are many different hotels and apartments available in Durham, which gives tourists the chance to contrast rates and facilities. Hotel establishments at the more affordable end of the scale include the University Inn Durham, across from Duke Hospital and Extended Stay America - Durham - University - Ivy Creek Blvd.
Alternatively, why not splash out a little by booking a room at more upscale Durham hotels, such as the Arrowhead Inn and Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club.
After a fun morning of exploring Durham, head to Caffe Bellezza Mobile Coffee Bar for a hot drink and a sugary treat. Those that are in need of something heartier can dig in to a meal at Saltbox Seafood Joint. When the sun goes down, it's time to test out the bars! A preferred local haunt is The Shed Jazz Club.