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Historic Durham Athletic Park

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Historic Durham Athletic Park

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500 W Corporation St, Durham, NC 27701
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EFW2014 wrote a review Aug 2019
Woolwich, Maine784 contributions120 helpful votes
The local collage team plays games in the stadium the movie was shot. You can not get in if there’s no game. You can get some pics from walking around the outside though. If you really want to see where the movie was shot it’s worth the walk from down town. You can park outside the stadium, it’s metered, but if your just taking quick pics.....
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Date of experience: August 2019
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86MissyJ wrote a review Aug 2018
Wheelersburg, Ohio796 contributions172 helpful votes
We visited the park to see the place where Bull Durham was filmed. Neat to walk around and imagine seeing Nuke and Crash. We visited in the afternoon, as they were working on the field.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Kris L wrote a review Jul 2018
Miami, Florida121 contributions30 helpful votes
Great to see though was a little disappointed that there was not much more than just seeing the ballpark. No fanfare or even mention of the defining film.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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martok78 wrote a review Jul 2017
Union City, New Jersey95 contributions54 helpful votes
My wife and I visited as part of our visit to Durham. The parking is free and when we went early morning there was not a lot of cars in the lot. There was a team practicing so I did not walk the entire field, but you can feel the energy on the field. A great piece of history and well worth 15 - 20 minuets of taking photos and walking around.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Glenda W wrote a review Jan 2017
Bedford, Texas4 contributions8 helpful votes
I was born and raised in Durham, so I knew of the Durham Bulls for a long time. I sat on those old wooden bleachers for almost, if not every, home game, during the 1965 season. That park is part of my history, as well, for the City of Durham. I had occasion to go home for a visit a long time ago. A young guy was standing across the street painting a picture of the park. Wish I had bought it from him!!! When the movie "Bull Durham" was released, I sat through it twice..once to relive those much earlier days of my life and to look for familiar locations. The second sitting, I sat in that movie theatre in Dallas with my eyes filled with tears - remembering. Grateful for the memories. Since the 'visit date' option only goes back to 2016, I clicked on it. I was at the ball park in the late '80's.....
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Date of experience: February 2016
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