Chapel Hill Area
Chapel Hill is the quintessential college town and home to the nation’s oldest public university — The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In April 2015, the campus at UNC-Chapel Hill topped a list of the "21 of the Most Beautiful College Campuses in America" compiled by lifestyle and entertainment website BuzzFeed.
Find out more information about what makes UNC, Chapel Hill and its surrounding areas unique.
To explore Chapel Hill, be sure to take advantage of the free Rizzo Center shuttle to see some of the town’s area attractions.
Chapel Hill is home to a variety of great dining. From genuine Southern home-cooking at Mama Dip’s Kitchen to fine Italian dining at 411 West on Franklin Street, you will find a wide variety of options to fit any taste. Read through our short list of great area eateries and you only need to ask our staff for help with reservations and transportation.
The piedmont area of North Carolina enjoys a very temperate climate. The following are the average seasonal temperature ranges:
- Summer — mid 70s to the low 90s
- Fall — high 40s to the high 70s
- Winter — high 20s to the mid 50s
- Spring — mid 40s to high 70s