Aloft Raleigh-Durham Airport Brier Creek

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10020 Sellona Street, Raleigh, NC, 27617, United States   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: 919-957-8523   •  Hotel Reservations: 866-716-8143


Things to do in Durham

Aloft Raleigh-Durham Airport Brier Creek is located just a few miles from RDU Airport, and 11 miles from Durham. Explore our favorite things to do in Durham below.

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What's Nearby

  1. Duke University
  2. Durham Performing Arts Center
  3. Eno River State Park
  4. Historic Stagville
  5. North Carolina Central University
  6. Raleigh-Durham International Airport

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  • Duke University - Explore all that this historic campus has to offer including the picturesque Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Blue Devils Stadium for a basketball game, or the Duke Lemur Center, home to the most lemurs outside of their native Madagascar.
  • Historic Stagville - A fully preserved pre-Civil War plantation, be sure and head north of Durham to experience this piece of history. Stagville is one of the area's largest surviving plantations and offers guided and self-guided tours daily. Many original structures still stand, including living quarters and the mule barn.
  • Eno River State Park - This 33-mile long river traverses across Durham and is best accessed from the State Park just south of downtown. Take advantage of fishing, kayaking, hiking, and more in this beautiful area highlight.
  • Durham Performing Arts Center - Broadway tours, local shows, concerts, and other events all hit the stage throughout the year at this arts center located on the American Tobacco Campus.
  • Ninth Street Shopping District - This collegiate neighborhood borders Duke University and includes college bars, upscale dining, shopping, and more.
  • Museum of Life + Science - Kids and kids at heart will love exploring the butterfly house, dinosaur dig, and live animal exhibits. Get face-to-face with live black bears, wolves, and lemurs from the Duke Lemur Center.
  • North Carolina Central University - This public university celebrated its 105th birthday in 2015, marking over a century of being the country's first liberal arts school for African Americans.