Not only can you find excellent exhibits at the Duke University art museum, the Nasher, but also there is a restaurant featuring well-prepared local food. Parking is terrible. It is best to go early (opens at ten) to take your time with exhibits, and then have an early lunch. You can expect to pay admission (charge varies with age and Duke affiliations) and extra fee for special exhibits (usually ten dollars). Lunch with dessert will be about twenty dollars, including gratuity. Often there are groups of students or local old folks; you won't be alone, but you will not feel overcrowded...the architecture is smart. Also there is a museum shop, a bank of computers for research, good facilities. Sometimes at night there are programs in the auditorium.
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