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Sarah P. Duke Gardens

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Sarah P. Duke Gardens

2,153 Reviews
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426 Anderson St Box 90341, Durham, NC 27708-0341
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Zombie Scavengers Game - Durham, NC
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Zombie Scavengers Game - Durham, NC
Zombie Scavengers tests your ability to survive after a Zombie Apocalypse. The game leads you through the city, where you will have 60 minutes to collect survival items for your colony.<br>The Setting:<br>Small colonies of the living are doing all they can to survive. You and your team have been tasked with scavenging for survival supplies for your colony. You’ll only have 60 minutes to figure out which items you'll need and find as many items on the list as you can. <br>Your Mission: <br>With 1 hour and your team of up to 10 people, you will use your smartphone to search the area for much needed food, supplies, and shelter. Along the way, you will be asked to do some challenges or answer some trivia questions. The goal is to score at least 4000 points in 1 hour in order to survive the zombie apocalypse!<br>PS. Our game is family friendly, no actual zombies are involved in the scavenger hunt.
$20.00 per adult
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I love taking pictures there. I work about 20 min. away so I would go in the late afternoon after work and take pictures. On a Sat. morning I would go to get the dew drops and early morning light. My favorite place in the spring to get pictures. You can spend hours there
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Visited 4 times during a four day visit to Durham. Loved the gardens. They reminded us of the Botanical Gardens in Singapore, where we lived for 7 years. The Asia section is fantastic and the wonderful lawn “bowl” was a magnet for families on two beautiful sunny spring
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Had never been here, and really is quite a lovely place with tons of various different flowers and plants to observe. There is even a koi pond with quite a many large species of fish. The place seems to be quite popular, as the overflow parking was what was left even at
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We visited these in Spring 2019 the day before we attended the Duke basketball game. I loved walking around the gardens. Everything is so beautiful. It was relaxing. People were walking, painting, laying around, playing in the open area, reading, talking, etc. The flowers are
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Free. Nice place to spend a sunny day. Water and bathrooms available in air conditioned visitor center.
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