1. Hit Bull, Win Steak Sign

Get a picture of the famous Hit Bull, Win Steak sign during your visit to the DBAP. The famous sign comes from the film Bull Durham, and the bull’s eyes light up, and he blows smoke out his nose after every Bulls home run making it a must-see for anyone attending a Bulls game.

2. Wool E. Bull

The Bulls’ mascot Wool E. Bull is beloved by Durham fans and is a can’t miss part of any Bulls game. High five or give Wool E. Bull a hug when you see him walking the concourse.

3. Bull Durham Racers

Don’t miss the Bull Durham Racers during your visit to the DBAP. The Bull Durham Racers feature the three main characters from the film Bull Durham Crash, Nuke, and Annie, and are one of the best parts of any Durham Bulls game.

 

4. American Tobacco Campus

Located next to Durham Bulls Athletic Park, the American Tobacco Campus is home to several places to grab a bite to eat or something to drink including the Mellow Mushroom and the Tobacco Road Sports Cafe. If you want to grab something to eat or drink near the ballpark, then you can’t beat the American Tobacco Campus.

5. Blue Monster

It may not be nearly as famous as the Green Monster at Fenway Park, but the Blue Monster is still quite the sight to behold. The Blue Monster in left field is home to the largest video board in the park as well as the Blue Monster Pavilion, so you can’t miss during your trip to Durham.

6. Commemorative Walk

Make sure to check out the Durham Bulls commemorative walk. The walk celebrates the Bulls history, accomplishments, best players, and more making it a must-see for baseball fans.

7. Wool E. World

If you’re bringing your kids to the game, then make sure to take them to Wool E. World. Located in the right field corner, Wool E. World is home to inflatables and other activities making it the perfect place to take restless kids during the game.

8. Diamond Cutters

The Durham Bulls grounds crew are known as the Diamond Cutters and are famous for their dance routine during the top of the seventh. Don’t leave your seat after the end of the sixth inning as you won’t want to miss the Diamond Cutters.

9. Ted’s Twisted Balloons

Those of you taking in a Friday or Saturday game at the DBAP won’t want to miss the opportunity to see Ted’s Twisted Balloons. Children of all ages will love Ted’s balloon animals, magic, and antics making him an excellent part of any Bulls game.

10. Ballpark Corner Store

Pick up a souvenir from your trip to the DBAP at the Ballpark Corner Store. The expansive store sells just about any Bulls merchandise you could want, making it an excellent place to pick up a souvenir.

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