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Chapel Hill is a multicultural university town that is home to UNC-Chapel Hill and a resident population of nearly 60,000 residents. Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and Durham make up the three primary cities that encompass the area known as The Triangle. Though Chapel Hill is well-populated, it has a quaint, small town feel. It’s a trend-setting community full of sights, sounds and tastes that make it the kind of place that authors, musicians, and artists call home. In downtown Chapel Hill you’ll find Franklin Street which is considered the focal point of social life for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

parks and recreation

There is much to do in Chapel Hill and their community councils have been dedicated to providing cultural and recreational opportunities in a safe, maintained and inviting environment. You’ll enjoy the community’s enthusiasm for the University of North Carolina sports, especially Tar Heel basketball. Another popular site is the Morehead Planetarium which was the first planetarium built on a U.S. college campus. Additional sites to see in Chapel Hill are the Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina Botanical Gardens, and numerous unique restaurants with live entertainment on Franklin Street. Located at the shores of Jordan Lake is a semi-private golf course, The Preserves of Jordan Lake, offering some of the best golf in the area.

special events

The community is dedicated to providing unique social events to bring its residents together for opportunities to learn and engage. You’ll want to mark your calendars to be sure to attend some of these listed below:

UNC Science Expo
Live & Local Music & Art Series
July 4th Celebration
Festifall Arts Festival

chapel hill history

The history of the Town is inextricably linked to the University. The Town was, in fact, created to serve the University in the late 18th century. The Town's transformation from a small, turn-of-the-century village to a thriving, cosmopolitan University city has occurred since 1940, largely in connection with corresponding growth and change in the University.

Franklin Street, named for Benjamin Franklin, has been the heartbeat of Chapel Hill since the founding of the college town. In 1790 when the University opened, Franklin Street consisted of houses, a few stores, a church, and a post office. Today many of the traditions and hot spots on Franklin Street have changed into major events that people from all over come to participate in.

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