Best Landmarks in Winston Salem, NC

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Winston Salem, NC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


600 South Main St, Winston Salem, NC 27101

Since 1766

Museum, Historical Place, Special Events, Daily Activities, Places to Stay, Places to Eat, Places to Shop, Group Tours, Gardens, Landscape, Rental Facilities, Archaeology, Historic Workshops, Garden Workshops, Hands-On Activities, Stores, Research, Buildings, Summer Camps, Town of Salem, Collections, Landmark, Buildings & Field Trips

AAA cardholders: $3 Off Adult All-in-One admission - AARP: $3 Off Adult All-in-One admission - Active & Retired Military Service Member: $3 Off Adult All-in-One admission



Mon - Fri : 9:30 am - 4:30 pm Sat : 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm Sun : Closed

This place is a absolute must of you are anywhere within 1.5 hours of it. It is a great place for families and couples alike. So many cozy and quaint streets to stroll up and down. A ton of beautiful picture opportunities. It is so picturesque! I DO think its worth it to buy the tour pass so you can actually go inside all the little areas. Think of it like a smaller scale colonial Williamsburg. You'll learn a lot there and the people working there tailor their speech to the age group.
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713 Marshall Street South, Winston Salem, NC 27101

Since 1850

Museum, Educators, Field Trip Planner, Summer Program Planner, Education Trunks, Students, Group Tour Planner, Museum Programs, Kids and Families Programs, Event Calendar, Annual Programs, Special Events, Exhibitions, Collections, Care and Conservation, Collections, Historic Sites, Sights & Landmarks

Free Admission - Guided tours are given at no charge - Groups are welcome to self-guided tours of the galleries during their regular business hours or they may choose to schedule a guided tour



Tue - Fri : 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sat : 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Sun & Mon : Closed

This is a great little museum to check out if you are around the Old Salem/ Brookstown area. There is a small lot in front. The museum is free which is nice. There are two rooms with exhibits and plenty of pictures. I really enjoyed the video they had playing from the 40's about the city. The woman working there was friendly and helpful. When I asked a question she did not know she went to find out the answer. If you like to read everything it should take you about an hour.
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316 N Spring Street, Winston Salem, NC 27101

Since 1905

National Historical Landmark, House, Historical Building, Observation Deck, Architectural Buildings, Meeting, Group Events, Educational Programs, Guided Tour, Adults Programs, Outreach Programs, Preservation, Corporate, Wedding, Reception, Dinner Party, Social Event & Facility Rentals

The house was built by George Roediger - The property on which the house is located encompasses two lots. From the City Directories at the time the house was built, it appears that the family may have been living in a house



The house was left vacant and was deteriorating rapidly, even being very nearly slated for demolition. An organization founded by a recovering addict and known as FIRST, Inc. (Forsyth Initiative for Residential Self-Help Treatment) secured funding and grants to buy the property and made it its headquarters and residential facility. Extensive renovations were completed on the house.
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