OLD SALEM MUSEUMS & GARDENS
600 South Main Street, Winston Salem, NC 27101 Directions
Old Salem Museums & Gardens has over 100 acres of interpreted gardens and landscapes in Winston Salem. The place has historic museums, the Old Salem Gardens involve tourists and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in an informative and unforgettable historical experience of those who lived and worked in the early South. Old Salem Museums & Gardens offers free all-in-one tickets on any visit during your membership year.
Collections, Horticulture, Library/Archives, MESDA Programs, Historical Place, Research, Calendar of Events, Gardens, Rental Facilities, Historic and Hands-on Workshops, Shop, Daily Discoveries, Summer Camps, Group Tours, Archaeology, Town of Salem, Stores, Daily Activities, Places to Eat, Landscape, Field Trips & Historical Buildings
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NEW WINSTON MUSEUMS
418 North Marshall Street, Suite 204, Winston Salem, NC 27101 Directions
New Winston Museums' mission is to preserve, foster, and present the rich past and diverse stories of the Winston-Salem and Forsyth County communities through education and collaboration. The museum invites adults, families, school groups, and tourists to Winston-Salem to explore the richness of their local history and learn about the community 's past. Their exhibits and holdings are in the area, they continue their special community programs and oral history work.
Field Trip Planner, Kids/Families and Annual Programs, Education Trunks, Group Tour Planner, Students, Historic Sites, Exhibitions, Summer Program Planner, Conservation, Special Events, Collections & Care
Price: NWM Annual Membership:
Neighborhood Society $50-$99
1913 Society $100-$249
Curators Society $250-$499
Collectors Society $500-$999
Founders Society $1,000-$2,499
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316 North Spring Street, Winston Salem, NC 27101 Directions
Roediger House is a non-profit focused on individuals with alcohol and chemical dependency offices, and the meeting place was on the first floor, and the residents lived on the second floor. The original hardwood floors and eight tile-fronted coal fireplaces with different and gorgeous mantles, the home retains much of the imperative character of its original design. Roediger House provides family room/entertainment space, a bar with a double beer cooler, a pool table area, countertop, a reading nook, and a sleeping nook.
Dinner Party, House, Architectural Buildings, Facility Rentals, Meeting, National Historic Landmark, Social Event, Historical Building, Reception, Guided Tour, Educational, Outreach Programs, Group Events & Preservation