View of the outside of the historic Borden Building

Borden Building and Fred Fletcher Amphitheater

Historic Resources and Museum Program


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The Borden Building and Fred Fletcher Amphitheater are located in Fred Fletcher Park. The building and the amphitheater can be rented for weddings, parties, small conferences, bridal portraits, meetings, and other special events.

Borden Building
Fred Fletcher Amphitheater
Wedding on the grounds of the Borden Building
Dining Room buffet at the Borden Building
Borden Building Downstairs Set Up for Reception

Site Features & Hours

Hours

The Borden Building is a non-staffed facility. If you are interested in renting the Borden Building or the Amphitheater and would like a tour of the facility please contact the Rental Manager at 919-996-4363.

Site Features

  • Indoor and outdoor rental space
  • Camp in the summer
  • Downstairs is handicap accessible
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • On site parking

Volunteering

If you are interested in volunteering at the Borden Building please contact Historic Sites Manager Joshua Ingersoll or view the volunteer information for the Historic Resources and Museum Program.

Membership

As a member you will help revitalize and preserve North Carolina's history. You will also enjoy cross program perks at the City of Raleigh Museum, The Raleigh Trolley, Mordecai Historic Park, Borden, Tucker, and Pope House Museum.

There are many perks:

  • Free admission to select site and museum events
  • Free admission for select tours
  • Free admission to select lectures
  • Free admission to Mordecai Historic Park
  • Free admission to City of Raleigh Museum
  • 10 percent gift shop discount at Mordecai and City Museum
  • 10 percent discount on all site rentals
  • The Raleigh Register Program Newsletter

You can join the COR Museum Friends Group or the Mordecai Square Association; perks convey to each.

Artifacts

The collection at the Borden Building consists of antiques purchased by the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department when the structure underwent renovation in 1992, and other pieces donated to the site over the years. Some portraits and photos hanging at Borden feature Fred Fletcher for whom the home was named and children who grew up at the Methodist Home for Children.

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Contact

 

Rental Manager
919-996-4363

Lead Department:
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Service Categories:
Parks

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