Things To Do in North Carolina: Winston-Salem
Here’s a guide of what to do, where to eat and where to stay in Winston-Salem.
Do & See
Start your art tour where a collection of more than 6,000 historic objects and works of American art are on display in the restored 1917 home of tobacco barons Katharine and R.J. Reynolds.
Located in Old Salem, which was originally settled by the Moravians in the 18th century, this museum tells a story of Southern art through furniture, textiles and more from the nation’s earliest days.
Browse the galleries and take in the public art in the Downtown Arts District, especially on during DADA’s 1st Friday Gallery Hop, all year long.
Eat & Stay
This AAA Three Diamond restaurant always serves something delicious, like its modern spin on meatloaf, and shrimp and grits.
Stay downtown at this AAA Four Diamond hotel in the R.J. Reynolds Building, which was the design inspiration for the Empire State Building. The hotel has an elegant lobby, which offers seating nooks and a community table.