Area Attractions

Tanglewood Park

Tanglewood Park Entrance

The Manor House Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of the 1,100 majestic acres that encompass Tanglewood Park. Make your stay even more memorable by tackling one of our two award winning golf courses, lose yourself in the beauty of the arboretum, find peace while fishing beside mallard lake, challenge yourself with a run or bike ride through the woods or challenge someone else to a tennis match. Also, experience Tanglewood from horseback and imagine what life would have been like as a member of the Reynold’s family.

For more information on the park and its amenities, Tanglewood Park's website or call 336-778-6300.

Art Galleries(Top)

  • AAWS LogoAssociated Artists of Winston-Salem

    301 West Fourth Street, Winston-Salem 27101
    336.722.0340
    http://www.associatedartists.org

    Associated Artists provides exhibition opportunities for any visual artist. Each of the eight gallery exhibits has a unique theme to encourage diverse artistic participation and audience. Exhibits remain on display for 5-6 weeks. There are two national juried exhibits held each year. The other six shows are for Associated Artists members only. Most of the work on display in these shows is for sale. All exhibitions are free and open to the public.

  • Diggs GalleryDiggs Gallery - Winston-Salem State University

    601 South Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Winston-Salem 27110
    336.750.2458
    http://www.wssu.edu/WSSU/UndergraduateStudies/College+of+Arts+and+Sciences/Diggs

    Diggs Gallery is named for James Thackeray “T” Diggs, Jr. (1915-1989), a 1934 graduate of Winston-Salem State, a painter and a former WSSU art professor for more than 40 years. The gallery is the major cultural center at Winston-Salem State University and offers one of the largest exhibition spaces dedicated to the arts of Africa and the African Diaspora in North Carolina. Exhibitions, publications and programs address abroad range of artistic expression, with special concentration on African-American and regional art.

  • Downtown Arts District Assn.Downtown Arts District

    Sixth, Trade and Liberty Streets in Downtown, Winston-Salem 27101
    336.761.1955
    http://www.associatedartists.org

    DADA is an organization consisting of artists, sculptors, photographers, interior and graphic designers, calligraphers, wood workers, jewelers, fiber artists and other disciplines in the arts. DADA has restaurants, retail shops, antiques, residences, business offices, shoe shop and a variety store located in this eclectic area of downtown between 5th and 7th and Trade Street.

  • Piedmont Craftsmen Gallery & ShopPiedmont Craftsmen Gallery & Shop

    601 North Trade Street, Winston-Salem 27101
    336.725.1516
    http://www.piedmontcraftsmen.org

    Piedmont Craftsmen represents nearly four hundred of the region’s most talented artisans. Exhibiting members are juried into the organization on the basis of their skill, professionalism, quality, and originality. Their work includes fine handmade garments, jewelry, one-of-a-kind functional housewares and beautiful decorative objects. The organization conducts workshops, mounts exhibitions, and operates a gallery and shop at 601 North Trade Street in Winston-Salem, NC.

  • Southeastern Center for Contemporary ArtSoutheastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA)

    750 Marguerite Drive, Winston-Salem 27106
    336.725.1904
    http://www.secca.org

    SECCA is designed to involve audiences in the art of our time. SECCA is an operating entity of the North Carolina Museum of Art, an agency of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources. SECCA is also a funded partner of The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.

  • Museum of Anthropology - Wake Forest UniversityMuseum of Anthropology - Wake Forest University

    1834 Wake Forest Road (Wingate Road), Winston-Salem 27106
    336.758.5282
    http://www.wfu.edu/moa

    Founded in 1963, the Museum was established by the faculty of Wake Forest’s Department of Anthropology to broaden the learning opportunities for their students. Since its inception, the Museum's educational role has expanded greatly into the Winston-Salem and Triad communities. In its present location on campus since 1986, the Museum's collections, exhibits, and programs have grown extensively.

Historic Sites(Top)

  • Old SalemOld Salem Museum and Gardens

    900 Old Salem Road, Winston-Salem 27101
    336.721.7300, 888.348.5420
    http://www.oldsalem.org

    Old Salem Museums & Gardens is a unique community of original museum buildings, authentic craftsmen practicing their trade, fascinating collections of rare antiques, and one-of-a-kind retail shopping opportunities.

  • Historia Bethabara ParkHistoric Bethabara Park

    2147 Bethabara Road, Winston-Salem 27106
    336.924.8191
    http://www.bethabarapark.org

    A National Historic Landmark, this 1753 site of a German-speaking, Protestant settlement nestles in a picturesque, wooded 183-acre wildlife preserve with 126 species of birds.

  • Reynolda HouseReynolda House, Museum of American Art

    2250 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem 27106
    336.758-5150, 888.663.1149
    http://www.reynoldahouse.org

    Reynolda House Museum of American Art displays a premier collection of American art ranging from the colonial period to the present. Built in 1917 by Katharine Smith Reynolds and her husband Richard Joshua Reynolds, founder of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, the house originally occupied the center of a 1,067-acre estate. It opened to the public as an institution dedicated to the arts and education in 1965, and as an art museum in 1967. Today, a large portion of Reynolda can be explored on foot. In addition to the house, twenty-eight of the original thirty buildings remain. To the west lie the restored formal gardens, noted for their Japanese cryptomeria and weeping cherry trees. The sixteen-acre lake behind the house has reverted to wetlands, which provide a home for a variety of wildlife. Many of the buildings in the village are now occupied by shops and restaurants. A short walk across the dam leads from the village to Wake Forest University built on land donated to the college by Mary and Charlie Babcock.

  • Körner's FollyKörner's Folly

    413 South Main Street, Kernersville 27284
    336.996.7922
    http://www.kornersfolly.org

    Körner's Folly, the showcase home of artist, designer, decorator Jule Gilmer Körner, has intrigued neighbors and visitors to Kernersville, NC for over 125 years. This historic and eccentric structure offers 22 rooms spread out over seven levels on three floors. Ceiling heights range from 5-1/2 feet to 25 feet, with 10-foot doorways and 2-foot passageways. Ornate mantles top the 15 fireplaces, and decorative murals and detailed woodwork adorn every room. A winding staircase dizzies the mind as it takes you from level to level. These are but a few of the magical enchantments to behold in this grand home.

For Children(Top)

  • The Children's MuseumChildren's Museum of Winston-Salem

    390 South Liberty Street, Winston-Salem 27101
    336.723.9111
    http://www.childrensmuseumofws.org

    The Children's Museum of Winston-Salem creates a compelling destination for children to play and learn by experiencing literature, storytelling and the arts.

  • SciworksSciworks

    3400 West Hanes Mill Road, Winston-Salem 27105
    336.767.6730
    http://www.sciworks.org

    SciWorks includes indoor science exhibits, a planetarium, an outdoor environmental park, and plenty of nature trails. Indoors, look for exhibits on health, biology, physics, sound, and the geology, botany, and wildlife of North Carolina. Outdoors, the museum's 15-acre Environmental Park is home to white-tailed deer, wild ducks, and river otters, as well as bog, herb, and native plant gardens that attract wild visitors. In the barnyard, you'll see a miniature horse, donkeys, goats, sheep, and cows.

Wineries(Top)