10 Places to Enjoy Spring in the Triangle
Discover gardens and greenways worth a visit as winter melts away
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Daffodils are blooming in the Triangle, and families are heading outdoors to take advantage of warmer temperatures as winter melts into spring. From gardens to greenways, here are some Instagram-worthy locations perfect for taking in the sights and scents of spring in the Raleigh-Durham region.
100 Old Mason Farm Road, Chapel Hill
North Carolina Botanical Gardens, located on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus, offers 1,000-plus acres to explore. You'll find native plant borders and water gardens, a carnivorous plant collection, an extensive herb garden, a fern collection, a horticultural therapy demonstration garden and much more.