Comfort Inn University Durham - Chapel Hill
3508 Mt. Moriah Rd.
Durham, NC 27707
Phone: (919) 490-4949
Fax: (919) 419-0535
3508 Mt. Moriah Rd., Durham, NC, US, 27707
- Phone: (919) 490-4949
- Fax: (919) 419-0535
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.
This multipurpose arts center presents numerous touring jazz, folk, traditional, and world music concerts, as well as theatrical performances, weekend and evening special events, and children's programs. Classes in the visual, literary, and performing arts for all ages and levels of experience are available.
Premier professional theatre company that performs five to six different plays from September to May at the Paul Green Theatre with works presented ranging from Shakespeare and musicals to new American and British works.
This branch of the Carmike Cinemas chain is frequented by movie buffs, not just for their regular dose of glitz and glamour, but also for the numerous amenities and efficient service. The THX-certified picture house boasts stadium-style seating arrangements, access for those in wheelchairs and listening equipment. Those who have arrived too early and have a few moments to spare, or would like to hang around after the movie is over, can avail of the game room facility. Give them a ring or visit the website for more details—don’t forget to ask about the discounts!
A few miles outside Raleigh and Durham is the third element of the triangle—Chapel Hill. Though the burgeoning crop of cinemas in the city can make for a tough choice, most folks prefer a big name like Regal. Quality amenities and services are a given at this branch of the famed chain, added to which is the latest output from Hollywood, shown on six large screens. Check the website for more information.
A few miles outside of Raleigh and Durham, in neighboring Chapel Hill, lies a venue that movie-goers look to in order to satiate their independent film and foreign movie cravings. This cinema is one of the few art-house theaters the city has to offer and it hums with activity on release dates and weekends. This isn't your typical movie theater where a trip to the concession stand leaves you with significantly less money than when you arrived and a tub of stale popcorn drenched in oil. Here, try the gourmet chocolates or fresh popcorn drizzled with real butter and wash it down with a cold beer or glass of wine. Chelsea Theater does not accept credit or debit cards.
Initially home to the University of North Carolina's men's basketball team, this auditorium now features women's gymnastics, volleyball and basketball matches, as well as men's wrestling matches. Since 1984, the auditorium has been a part of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. The auditorium has a seating capacity of 8010 people, so go ahead and book your tickets for the next event!
Be ready for a newly renovated and completely refurbished Memorial Hall in the heart of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's main campus. Watch any number of the spectacular shows and amazing performances Memorial Hall hosts throughout the year. Plush seats, modern lighting and sound systems combine for an incredible experience. Check their website for the latest performance schedule.
Built in 1927, Kenan Memorial Stadium is often hailed as "America's most beautiful stadium." This 60,000 capacity stadium hosts games for the University of North Carolina's football team. If you're planning on visiting during a game day, expect to be bombarded with the sight of cheering and chanting fans from all ages wearing light blue, the official color of the Tar Heels.
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.
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.