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Cameron Indoor StadiumDuke University Blue Devils

301 Whitford Dr, Durham, NC, 27706
    Built in 1940 at a cost of just over $400,000 Cameron Indoor Stadium is an iconic venue on the campus of Duke University. At the time of its construction, Cameron Indoor Stadium was one of the largest facilities in the United States Current capacity of the stadium is 9,314 seats. The structure's external appearance blends into the Duke campus, having been constructed of the same stone as many other campus buildings. Today this venue is one of the smallest in the nation on a major college campus. Cameron Indoor Stadium is the home for Duke men's and women's basketball. Over the years, many awards have been garnered by this facility. Despite its relatively small capacity, it is considered an iconic venue for all of college sports. There is a long waiting list for visitors who wish to view a men's college basketball game here.

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    • Cameron Indoor Stadium
      301 Whitford Dr   Durham, NC 27706
      Call at (919) 684-2635

    Venue Details

    • 1940
    • $400
    • Duke University
    • Indoor
    • Horace Trumbauer, Julian Abele
    • Duke Indoor Stadium
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    • Hardwood
    • 9314

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    • I'm not a huge Duke Basketball fan, but it's hard not to like (or at least truly appreciate) Cameron Indoor Arena. It's an historic venue--one of the smaller and older ones in the country--and full of character and history. The students really get into the game, and you can sense many of the fans are Cameron regulars. It’s clear this is an old venue, but it's really well-kept and immaculate and there is not a bad seat in the house! On game days, the nearby Card Gymnasium team shop is open so you can purchase Duke gear without walking the bookstore. Parking on Duke's campus is never fun, but definitely worth enduring at least once to have the quintessential Durham experience of going to see Coach K. and his beloved Blue Demons. I recommend it to anyone! Mary Beth Raleigh, NC
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