Historical Sites

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Körners Folly

A 22-room Victorian house museum in Kernersville, NC. It is the former home of artist and designer Jule Gilmer Körner. The house was initially built in 1880 to display his interior design portfolio; today, visitors are able to tour the home with its original artwork and furnishings, as well as other notable elements of design.

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Reynolda Gardens

The most amazing gardens with so many beautiful flowers, plants, trees and bushes. Free and open to the public during daylight hours.

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Bethabara Park

Beautiful park by an old Moravain village. Stop by for the Highland Games or concert series, hikes, or to visit the archaeological site of the Bethabara Mill.

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Bethania

A charming, original Moravian settlement! It is the only remaining independent, continuously active Moravian village in the South. Well worth a visit. 

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SECCA

A cool contemporary art museum with rotating exhibits and an impressive event space. 

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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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The Shaffner Inn

Built in 1907 as the private residence of Henry Fries Shaffner, the co-founder of Wachovia Loan and Trust, this extravagant Victorian-style mansion boasts Tiger oak hand-carved paneling, original coal-burning fireplaces, a grand staircase and priceless antiques.  This 8-bedroom inn is perfect for quiet nights away or corporate and private events. Located in downtown Winston-Salem, it […]

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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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