While Apex may be a small city, it still has plenty to offer both residents and visitors. Plus, since it is part of the Research Triangle Area, residents are never more than a few minutes away from top area attractions and amenities. Here are a few top attractions in Apex:
- North Carolina Railroad Museum & New Hope Valley Railway. This fun museum is open for self-guided tours, allowing visitors to view historic railroad equipment. There are also special train ride events that take place throughout the year, and trains run the second Saturday and fourth Friday of each month during April through November. Admission to the grounds is free, but there is a cost for train rides. This is a great family-friendly experience that allows visitors to learn while having fun.
- Apex Farmers Market. The Apex Farmers Market is held in Downtown Apex from April through October. The market is open each Saturday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Visitors to the farmers market will find fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, crafts and more.
- Knights Play Golf Center. The Knights Play Golf Center offers an unique golf experience. The course is completely illuminated and is open each day from 8 a.m. until midnight — that’s right, midnight. The course is a 27 hold par-three course and includes a 60-station driving range. Both seasoned players and beginners will find the course approachable yet challenging.
- The Peak City Grill & Bar. The Peak City Grill is housed in a restored old feed store in Downtown Apex. The building was original constructed in 1905, and it still features many original details such as the tin ceiling. The Peak City Grill offers a truly unique dining experience where guests can sit in old church pews at custom-crafted tables. The ever-evolving menu features a range of options to suit the tastes of every diner. There is also an extensive wine selection and a fully stocked bar.
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