Durham History Trolley Tour
Thursday, July 25, 2019
6pm to 7:15pm
St. Philips Episcopal Church, Parking Lot
403 E. Main Street, Durham, NC 27701
Historic Durham Mural Bicycle Tour
Preservation Durham has partnered with The Nasher Museum of Duke University and the Museum of Durham History to create a bicycle tour of the historic murals of downtown Durham. Some murals that will be featured, amongst others, include:
Manbites Dog Mural
Angel of Spring Mural
The Wall of Hope Mural
The Cookery Mural
Two Way Bridges Mural
The Hayti Mural
Durham Civil Rights Mural
Trinity Design Mural
The Pauli Murray Murals
Also, the tours include a mural by Odili Donald Odita, commissioned by the Nasher Museum, at the Downtown Durham YMCA.
The tours are designed for anyone who has a bike and is comfortable riding on a city street.
Tours meet and depart from the Durham Farmer’s Market at the Durham Central Park, 501 Foster Street.
Cynthia de Miranda, MdM Historical Consultants
Hello, fellow historic architecture enthusiasts! I joined the Board of Preservation Durham in the summer of 2015 after several years of active membership. I am a Raleigh native who proudly calls Durham home; I have lived in our Bull City for fifteen years since returning to North Carolina. I love the appreciation Durhamites have for old houses and for downtown’s historic core.
Architecture is my bread and butter. I am an architectural historian and cofounder of MdM Historical Consultants, a cultural resources firm that specializes in researching and contextualizing historic properties for owners, municipal and county governments, and government agencies. As I study the “built environment” (as we architectural historians call it), I see its