I recently took the Architectural Walking Tour of Downtown Durham. My guide, Andy, was very informative and friendly and made the 90 minute walk in the rain, very worth it. It made me curious enough to make sure to take some of the other tours...More
Preservation Durham Walking Tours
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Toured the Saturday after Thanksgiving. About a dozen folks ranging in Durham-familiarity from a 36-year resident to new students at Duke University figured it would be more fun to walk downtown Durham than battle crowds at the malls. It was sunny but cold and the...More
We've lived in Durham for 20 years and had seen these tours depart on Saturdays from the Farmers Market. We finally went online to learn about when which tours (architectural, civil rights, tobacco history) are given on which Saturdays. We did the architectural tour, which...More
These tours are great for anyone interested in Durham's history and/or architecture. I've been on all 3 offered tours and each give some great insights into Durham's buildings and history. While Greensboro and other towns get all the publicity, Durham's prominent role in the civil...More
Durham's history is what keeps it dirty (and interesting, and unique) and it's great to be able to learn so much about it on a free guided tour. The perfect way to start or end a day at the farmer's market or keep relatives entertained...More
These tours provide a wonderful overview of Durham's rich social and architectural history. The tour guides are knowledgeable about the city and tour subject matter.