Sarah P. Duke Gardens

★★★★★
A former school construction dump is now one of the most tranquil settings in the Triangle.
  • 420 Anderson St

    Durham, NC 27705

    Map & Directions
  • 919-684-3698

About Sarah P. Duke Gardens

Hours
Daily 8am-dusk

Personal Services

Personal Services
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Duke gardens is a lovely way to spend the afternoon. Take a book or your studies and spread out on the field. If you have some extra time, wander through the forest paths. Bundle up, take a beau and find a secluded spot. The Gardens

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Duke gardens is a lovely way to spend the afternoon. Take a book or your studies and spread out on the field. If you have some extra time, wander through the forest paths. Bundle up, take a beau and find a secluded spot. The Gardens

Pros: beautiful walks

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Beautiful any time of year... each season brings something new and interesting.
The best time to see the garden is in late May and June because the roses are in full bloom.

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Beautiful any time of year... each season brings something new and interesting.
The best time to see the garden is in late May and June because the roses are in full bloom.

Pros: Free, Beautiful

Cons: Poor signage

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Duke Gardens is one of the best places to go for a safe and pleasant stroll. Not only are the grounds well maintained, but the landscape is beautiful.

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Duke Gardens is one of the best places to go for a safe and pleasant stroll. Not only are the grounds well maintained, but the landscape is beautiful.

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20 years ago Duke garden was the final touch that sold me on coming to Duke over other major medical centers. It's even better now. It is peaceful place for a walk/jog or to regain your equilibrium in a fast-paced world. It is

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20 years ago Duke garden was the final touch that sold me on coming to Duke over other major medical centers. It's even better now. It is peaceful place for a walk/jog or to regain your equilibrium in a fast-paced world. It is

Pros: free, good parking

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Duke Gardens is beautiful year-round and very well kept. There are lots of paths and places to explore. There is a large open lawn where you can bask in the sun, have a picnic, or play frisbee. The duck pond is nice and there are several

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Duke Gardens is beautiful year-round and very well kept. There are lots of paths and places to explore. There is a large open lawn where you can bask in the sun, have a picnic, or play frisbee. The duck pond is nice and there are several

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Grab a book, blanket, a bag of bread and a weary soul. Relax, rejuvenate and feed the ducks.

This is the easiest place to relax in the triangle.

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Grab a book, blanket, a bag of bread and a weary soul. Relax, rejuvenate and feed the ducks.

This is the easiest place to relax in the triangle.

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Beautiful Japanese garden, never too crowded. Lovely in any weather. A must for an amateur gardener.

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Beautiful Japanese garden, never too crowded. Lovely in any weather. A must for an amateur gardener.

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Work in Durham?This is a great place to escape to at lunch. Forget about the everyday stress of work and unwind amoung the beautiful arbors and gardening delights.

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Work in Durham?This is a great place to escape to at lunch. Forget about the everyday stress of work and unwind amoung the beautiful arbors and gardening delights.

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This is the Triangle's best spot to picnic, hands down. I love the flowers, the gazebos and the nice shady spots that you can find if you walk down all the little pathways. The gardens get crowded on nice days, and the parking can be a

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This is the Triangle's best spot to picnic, hands down. I love the flowers, the gazebos and the nice shady spots that you can find if you walk down all the little pathways. The gardens get crowded on nice days, and the parking can be a

Pros: Gorgeous gardens

Cons: Paid parking

 

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