Local Attractions

Cary Arts Center

Anchoring Cary’s reviving downtown, the Cary Arts Center features a theatre, classrooms, studios and rehearsal and performance space to host a range of visual and performing arts. The center continues Cary’s tradition of providing opportunities for learning excellence and creativity.

Cary Tennis Park

With 29 courts and four QuickStart Courts, Cary Tennis Park is one of the largest facilities in the Southeast. Scenic bridges, beautiful landscaping and convenient amenities, including locker rooms, a practice wall and a pro shop, make the Cary Tennis Park a popular hot spot for sports enthusiasts!

Koka Booth Amphitheatre

Koka Booth Amphitheatre is one of the most distinctive performing arts venues in the Southeast, proud to be the summer home of the North Carolina Symphony and a variety of national performing acts throughout the season.

The Cary Theater

Built in 1946 and restored in 2014, The Cary Theater offers the comforts of a modern movie theater inside its charming old brick walls. The 183-seat theater’s intimate setting provides everyone the best seat in the house for films, live music performances, theater productions and comedy acts.

Town of Cary Greenways

The Town of Cary maintains a greenway system of over 70 miles that links to neighborhoods, parks and schools. Greenways provide the experience of walking, jogging and bicycling in a natural setting remote from traffic. Greenways are perfect for that relaxing evening stroll.

Cary Bond Metro Park

One of Cary’s largest and most popular parks, is the hub of our greenway system, home to 42 acre lake with fishing, kayaking, canoeing and sailboats. It is sure to please any type of outdoor adventurer.

Don't Be Shy – Come Stay With Us!

If you're interested in exploring downtown Cary, there's no better place to stay than The Mayton Inn!

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