"I doubt that Duck has any nightlife outside of performers at a few restaurants. Possibly the Tiki Bar at Blue Point or the Sunset Grille might be a choice. There is live music on the boardwalk near Coastal Cantina every summer night until sunset but you're pretty much on your own after dark. Heading south to Kitty Hawk, KDH, or Nags Head would be your best bet."
"Duck has a concert schedule on the lawn at the town center which is very nice. Duck also hosts a jazz festival in early October. There are several art galleries in the area."
Known for its relative solitude, beautiful architecture, and clean, natural beaches, Duck is consistently ranked as one of the United States' most welcoming vacation spots for families with young children. Located in the Outer Banks area of North Carolina, the laid back, quiet, historic village of Duck lies on a strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Currituck Sound. Some of the most popular local attractions here are notably family friendly, like the North Carolina Aquarium and the Adventure Museum at Festival Park. But there's plenty for adults as well, especially history enthusiasts, lovers of nature, and those who enjoy a busy, beachy nightlife - not to mention world-class seafood restaurants.
Here are a few suggestions of things to do in Duck:
No matter how long you decide to stay or what time of year you decide to visit, it's easy to find a condo, apartment, or summer home in Duck that is available by the day, week, or even month.