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Winston Salem has an interesting mixture of the historic and modern. Although the city dates back to the time of the Founding Fathers, and many of the charming brick buildings still stand, it's also a city that has boomed in local times with a busy manufacturing industry and a thriving downtown district. The surrounding areas are full of historic manors and mansions, all with their own story to tell, and the city is well known for its rich calendar of cultural events.

Things to see

Old Salem Museum & Gardens is the historic quarter of Winston Salem, with many of the colorful brick houses and businesses dating back to 1763. Founded by Moravian settlers, a protestant group, the village has been restored to allow visitors to see what life was like for those first Europeans who moved to the USA. From the blacksmiths to the town's apothecary, there are many historical experts around the town who are always happy to show off their skills and answer questions for eager tourists. The stylish red bricked Hanes Mall has several department stores, as well as over 200 smaller shops set over 2 sprawling levels. Here you'll find many of your favorite brands, as well as boutique stores, and you can re-fuel yourself at the international food court if you start lagging. You can also see colonial art at the Reynolda House Museum of American Art; a historic early 20th century home that has been converted into a gallery with artwork from 3 centuries of American history. This grand mansion is full of sparkling chandeliers and dramatic staircases, and you can also explore the formal gardens which feature colorful cherry trees and spiky Japanese cedars.

Hotels in Winston - Salem

There are lots of Winston Salem hotel deals available, and the area is home to a wide variety of 1 to 3 star hotels. In the center you'll find many of the major chains which offer clean and comfortable accommodation at great prices, and booking these hotels allows you to enjoy facilities such as free parking, WiFi in public areas and guestrooms, fitness centers, complimentary breakfasts, businesses centers, 24 hour front desks, and conference rooms for hire. After a day of exploring you can retire to your room and enjoy the extra amenities that have been added for your comfort, and these can include cable televisions, hair dryers, room service, and premium bedding to snuggle up in.

Where to stay

Winston Salem has a busy and modern downtown area, and many high rise buildings have cropped up over the years. This makes the area popular with business travelers who visit the major manufacturing and tobacco companies that are linked to the city. Downtown isn't all about business however, and there is plenty of enthusiasm for culture. You'll find many art galleries and boutiques selling handmade goods, as well as museums and open air events organized by the community. There are also plenty of dining options, from fine dining to casual restaurants where you can sit on pavement tables and enjoy watching the pedestrians go by.

How to get to Winston - Salem

Piedmont Triad International Airport is just a 25 minute drive away from Winston Salem in nearby Greensboro, and from here you can pick up a rental car or one of the shuttle services. There's also a local bus company that offers a free shuttle to their major stops in Greensboro, and from there you can take a bus direct to Winston Salem, with the journey taking around half an hour. Although there's no train station in Winston Salem itself; there are regular shuttle services to and from the High Point Amtrak Station which is on the Crescent, Carolinian, and Piedmont lines. This allows you to take trains as far as New Orleans, Charlotte, New York City, and Raleigh.