One of the best parts about visiting Winston-Salem in the summer is having plenty of opportunities to escape the heat with indoor attractions. In addition to classic must-sees like Reynolda House Museum of American Art and Old Salem Museums & Gardens, here are some off-the-beaten-path experiences that are super cool…literally. (Listed in no particular order.)
This Independence Day, you’re invited to celebrate on the site of our nation’s first documented Independence Day celebration…right here in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. As far back as 1783, the town of Salem gained notoriety as an enclave for those seeking the freedom to pursue a Moravian way of life. Salem also made history as the site of the first ever Independence Day Celebration in the United States.
Summers in Winston-Salem are meant to be spent with “man’s best friend!” This summer, don’t leave home without Bruiser in the back seat! Two historic Winston-Salem hotels are rolling out the red carpet for you and your pup. Both built in the Roaring 20’s era, Historic Graylyn Estate and The Kimpton Cardinal Hotel know how to party it up, pet-friendly style.
We know you love your pets. And so do we! Bring your best friend along for the ride on your next trip to Winston-Salem and hit these top places around town to shop for and pamper your pet.
Summers in Winston-Salem spark the re-emerging of patio dining along the downtown sidewalks and a few popular eateries are encouraging that your “plus one” be your pup