Things to Do in Apex, N.C.

Local arts
Enjoy small-town theater and artwork at the Halle Cultural Arts Center, with three galleries, two studio classrooms and a 150-seat theater that’s host to jazz concerts, ballet performances and free movie series’ throughout the year.

Tee it up at night
Day or night, Knights Play Golf Center’s 27-holes are ready for action. The fully-illuminated par-three golf course is a truly unique experience—open until midnight! The course also offers a 60-station driving range, a modern clubhouse and is fun for all ages and skill levels. 

Family fun at PeakFest
For nearly 40 years, arts and crafts festival PeakFest has brought historic downtown Apex alive. The free festival, the largest public event in the town, also features all-day live music, artist vendors, entertainment for kids and State Fair-inspired food.

Historic locomotives
Take a ride on an historic steam engine at the North Carolina Railroad Museum & New Hope Valley Railway, plus take a self-guided tour through the museum featuring antique train cars, artifacts, memorabilia and a gift shop.

N.C. Railroad Museum and New Hope Valley Railroad

The freshest local foods
Take a stroll through the Apex Farmers Market to pick up local foods, baked goods, bath and body products, crafts and more. It's a great place to shop for gifts and take-homes during your visit.

Holiday favorites
At holiday events—including the Olde Fashioned 4th of July, Trick or Treat on Salem St. and Christmas on Salem St.—you’ll feel the warmth and Southern charm of the Apex community. 

Cheers to craft beer
Southern Peak Brewery serves up tasty beers at their seven-barrel brewhouse, continually experimenting with new recipes in a neighborhood location reminiscent of the original breweries that were located right in the heart of the community.