The Durham Bulls the AAA affiliate of Tampa Bay play at Durham Bulls Athletic Park, which was built in 1995 and seats 10,000. This was a return visit, made to accommodate future games on the trip. The Bulls were playing the Charlotte Knights losing 6 to 2. The box score was Knights R-6, H-9, E-0 and Bulls R-2, H-6, E-0. The field lines are RF-329', RCF-375', CF-395', LCF-370', LF-303'. There is a berm in right center field. The video board is on the left field wall with a manual scoreboard to the right. The video board has the pitcher's stats in the bottom right. The right field wall shows the batter's information about his previous at bats. The game was 2 hours and twenty minutes long. Attendance was 8,954 on a very warm evening, 89 degrees, with most staying to the end. Fireworks were available after the game which is always a big draw I have found. The mascot is Wool-E-Bull. He takes a group of children dress up like bulls out and around the umpires during one mid-inning time period. There is Ripken the bat dog, who picks up the Bulls bats during one inning. You can walk around the park. Many new buildings beyond the outfields, since 2003. One building in left field had advertising that can be controlled by the Bulls. When a Bulls player hits a homerun the Big Bull in left field reacts with tail wagging, red eyes blinking, and smoke coming out of his nostrils. Ks are hung on fence above left field. Mid-inning bumperball between two teams in right field. A heads up if you are selecting seats in Row L, some seats on either end of the row may be obstructed by the railing. It depends on where you are in the park.
Duke Homestead State Historic Site and Tobacco Museum - The 1852 main house, two early tobacco factories, a packing house and a curing barn reflect the historical impact of the tobacco industry on North Carolina. Free

Old DAP - The ballpark where the movie "Bull Durham" was filmed.