21c Museum Hotel Durham

21c Museum Hotel Durham

111 Corcoran Street
Durham, NC 27701

Located in the heart of downtown Durham and occupying the historic Hill Building, 21c Museum Hotel Durham is a 125-room boutique hotel, contemporary art museum, cultural civic center, and home to Counting House restaurant. The stylish ballroom within the hotel offers audience members a chance to hear artists in an intimate setting.

Directions 
21c Museum Hotel Durham

From Charlotte via 1-85 Northbound

-Take I-85 North and follow signs for Greensboro.
-Merge onto I-40 East and keep left at the fork for I-85 North.
-Take exit 172 for NC-147 South.
-Take exit 13 for Chapel Hill Street and turn left on West Chapel Hill Street.
-Turn right onto Downtown Loop/Ramseur Street.
-Take a left onto Corcoran Street and 21c is on the left.

From Greensboro via I-40 Eastbound

-Take I-40 East toward Durham and take exit 172 for NC-147 South.
-Take exit 13 for Chapel Hill Street and turn left on West Chapel Hill Street.
-Turn right onto Downtown Loop/Ramseur Street.
-Take a left onto Corcoran Street and 21c is on the left.

From Raleigh via Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd

-Take Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard, stay left and follow signs for U.S. 15 Business N/U.S. 501 Business N/S Square/Chapel Hill Boulevard.
-Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard turns left and becomes University Drive.
-Continue onto West Lakewood Avenue.
-Turn left onto Blackwell Street.
-Continue onto Corcoran Street and 21c is on the left.

Parking 

Parking

There is a parking garage at 101 Corcoran Street for public use. Hotel guests can enjoy the convenience of valet parking, with in and out privileges, for $15 per night, per car and short term parking for $5. Hotel valet parking area is located outside of the main hotel entrance on Corcoran Street.

Nearby Restaurants 

The Counting House

$$$
919.956.6760
111 N Corcoran Street
Durham, NC 27701

Inside the newly renovated museum-hotel 21c, The Counting House bridges the world of contemporary visual art (including installations by Jeff Koons, Marcel Duchamp, Hong-Yo Ji, Johnston Foster, and David Mach) and that of cutting-edge cuisine. Surrounded by the work of some of today's greatest artists you can sample their award-winning menu featuring such delightful dishes as fresh mussels and beef tartare, flawless steaks and local pork belly.

Piedmont

$$$
(919) 683-1213
401 Foster Street
Durham, NC 27701

Piedmont is located in downtown Durham. Their food is inspired by Italian and French cuisine and made with seasonally available ingredients. They use only local produce, seafood, and meats from sustainable businesses and focus on sourcing the best ingredients from local, sustainable producers. Piedmont has an elegantly casual dining room that serves both everyday diners, as well as the special occasion gathering.

Rue Cler

$$
(919) 682-8844
401 East Chapel Hill Street
Durham, NC 27701

Rue Cler offers an authentic French bistro experience in downtown Durham. Highlights of the seasonally changing menu include French onion soup, duck confit with spaetzle, steak frites, moules frites, coq au vin, and roast chicken.

Mateo

$$
(919) 530-8700
107 West Chapel Hill Street
Durham, NC 27701

Mateo Bar de Tapas is the first solo venture from owner/chef Matthew Kelly, housed in the old Book Exchange building in the heart of downtown Durham. Featuring a menu that blends the flavors of Spain with beloved ingredients and dishes of the South. Mateo offers a casual, yet refined, menu of Spanish small plates with a Southern inflection. Accompanying the food is a robust Spanish wine list as well as one of the largest sherry offerings in the country.

Bull City Burger and Brewery

$$
(919) 680-2333
107 East Parrish Street
Durham, NC 27701

A “farm-to-fork” burger place, they work closely with North Carolina pasture raised beef farmers to use only beef with no hormones added or antibiotics which they grind daily to make their hamburgers and all-beef hotdogs.

Revolution

$$$
(919) 956-9999
107 West Main Street
Durham, NC 27701

Revolution’s menu features a selection replete with imaginative interpretations of contemporary global cuisine, using state-of-the-art cooking techniques and first-class local ingredients. In addition to the often changing menu, chef/owner Jim Anile offers a variety of tasting options, cocktails and extraordinary desserts.