Winston-Salem is home to eight institutions of higher learning, 80 parks, 40 wineries, 450 restaurants, and 12 golf courses. A one-of-a-kind destination is Bethabara Park: it was originally a religious village, established more than 250 years ago.
Wondering what to do in Winston-Salem? Explore the West End Historic District. It’s heralded for having more than 500 well-preserved buildings that date back to 1897.
See local up-and-coming performance artists at the non-profit Peppercorn Theatre, or watch Wake Forest University’s Deacon Demons football team play at BB&T Field.
Fun things to do in Winston-Salem with kids includes visiting Kaleideum North, the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem, escape rooms, and the Old Salem Museums & Gardens.
Take a self-guided tour of the Black Mountain Chocolate Factory to learn how a modern chocolate factory operates. Or, try seasonal ales at one of the 20-plus local breweries.
The Reynolda House Museum features an expansive collection of American art that dates back to colonial times. The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts showcases 18th- and 19th-century furniture and decor.