Duke University Maps

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  1. Academic & Administrative

    1. Doris Duke Center

      The information and education hub of the Gardens is the Doris Duke Center, dedicated in November 2001. Named for Doris Duke (1912-1993), daughter of Duke University benefactor James Buchanan Duke, the Center includes classrooms, a horticulture library, staff offices, and the Gardens' volunteer center. A large event space is frequently used for private, community, and University gatherings, as well as for Gardens functions.

      420 Anderson Street
      Durham, NC 27708

       

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