Special Events & Festivals
The town sponsors special events throughout the year including Peak Fest and the annual Turkey Trot 5k.
Halle Cultural Arts Center
Often described as the jewel of downtown Apex, the Halle is a destination for concerts, showcase performances, visual arts presentations, special events, community engagements, facility rentals, and educational programs. Visit the Halle's site to learn more.
Christmas Parade & Events
Christmas on Salem is a three day event, generally the first weekend in December, organized by the Apex Downtown Business Association. Learn more about the events at www.apexdowntown.com. The Apex Rotary Club sponsors the annual Christmas parade.
Historic Homes Tour
Annually on the first Sunday in December there is a Christmas Historic Home Tour in the downtown area. For additional information, contact the Apex Historical Society.
Apex Farmers Market
Every Saturday, April - October from 9am - 2pm, stock up at the Apex Farmer's Market. Pick up your fresh fruit, produce, meat, poultry, eggs, honey, baked goods, bath and body products, crafts and more! Located in the Chamber of Commerce parking lot, 220 N. Salem Street. Learn more at www.apexfarmersmarket.com.
Historic Downtown Apex
Downtown Apex, considered one of the most intact turn-of-the-century railroad towns in the area, received official designation as a Historic District in 1994. The Downtown Historic District has commercial/residential buildings dating back to the late 1800's which represent a large variety of architectural styles. Many buildings are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Apex train depot, built sometime between 1867 and 1873, is designated as a Wake County landmark. The depot location marked the highest point on the old Chatham Railroad. An old caboose has been added to the site and serves as a historical museum. For information about a walking tour highlighting the Historic Downtown District, contact the Apex Historical Society.