Attractions

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Tanglewood Festival of Lights

A must-see attraction- the brightest lightshow in the southeast, opens at the beginning of the holiday season in November and lasts until New Years Day. Tanglewood Park is transformed into a beautiful, magical world of over a million lights.  You can enjoy the lights in your own car, in a horse-drawn carriage, or on a […]

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The Mickey Coffee Pot Marker

A historic landmark, this large, tin coffee pot was built in 1858 by Moravian tinsmiths Julius and Samuel Mickey. It was made as an advertisement for their tin shop on South Main Street. In 1959, it was relocated to the north end of Old Salem.

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Old Salem

The historic town of Salem has been preserved and restored – an authentic view of the rich cultural history of early Southern life! Old Salem is such a cute place to wander and explore.

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Reynolds Auditorium

A performance space that can be rented for a multitude of community events. They host dance recitals, musical performances, film screenings, lectures, dance competitions and theatrical performances.

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Kaleideum Downtown

Winston’s own children’s museum! A fun, hands-on place for kids to explore and play. Perfect for younger kids.

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Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts

The Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts is located in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem and is a great place to enjoy a variety of performances including film series, art galleries and concerts.

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Stevens Center

The Stevens Center is the primary performance space for University of North Carolina School of the Arts as well as for the Winston-Salem Symphony, Piedmont Opera Theatre and several other local and state arts organizations.

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Carolina Classic Fair

An annual fair in Winston-Salem held in October at the fairgrounds, located off of University Pkwy. It has fun rides, exhibitions, a ton of delicious food vendors, a rodeo and even concerts on select nights.

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