Experience Downtown Cary, NC
Want to experience downtown Cary, NC? If so, The Mayton is the ideal location. Start by observing the renovation progress on Cary’s crown jewel, the splendid Downtown Park just steps from our back door. Whether you want live music, water features, a boardwalk stroll, or just a quiet place to finish a book, this 7-acre park has it all.
Afterwards, we recommend cruising down to East Chatham Street to enjoy some of the other great downtown restaurants. Whatever your taste, we’re sure Cary has an activity just for you. Ask us at check-in, and we’ll be happy to offer ideas to make the most of any moment.
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Cary Downtown Farmers’ Market
This year-round market takes place on Saturday mornings on the lawn of the historic Ivey Ellington- Waddell House. All growers must live and grow their products within 100 miles of downtown Cary and are joined by local coffee roasters, bakers, and craftspeople.
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The Cary Theater
Built in 1946, this historic theater offers showings of independent films, music, and live performances including comedy and improv.
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Cary Arts Center
A downtown hub for all arts activity in Cary, visit the Arts Center for performances, gallery exhibitions, and open studio programs.
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Downtown Cary Park- Coming Soon!
The Downtown Cary Park is in the process of being renovated. We are excited to have the extended park with a playground, dog park, performance pavillion, and more right in our backyard.
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Historic Page-Walker House
A complete restoration in the 1990s converted the old Page-Walker Hotel into a living resource for the citizens of Cary. Today, the Page-Walker Arts & History Center is alive with classes, events, concerts, social gatherings, historical and fine arts exhibitions.
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WakeMed Soccer Park
WakeMed Soccer Park is one of the premier soccer complexes in the United States and is the home of North Carolina FC and 2019 NWSL Champion NC Courage. It opened in 2002 as the home of the Women’s United Soccer Association’s Carolina Courage.