Landmarks in Winston Salem, NC

Here are some of the landmarks in Winston Salem, You shouldn’t miss!

Old Salem Museum and Gardens Administrative Offices –  Old Salem is the name given to a 300-acre section of the city of Winston Salem, North Carolina. Named for Salem College, which is part of the Museum complex.

Winston Salem Cremation Service

Kernersville Depot – The “new” Kernersville Depot was built in 1911 by Southern Railroad Company and this structure replaced an earlier depot that was built at the same location in 1881.

Woodland Heights Recreation Center – This recreation center features two indoor tennis courts available to public reservations; as well as indoor golf putting green; a weight room, gymnasium, aerobics room and meeting rooms.

Bethabara Park – This historic site contains eight buildings including cottages and structures, dating from 1753 to 1810, which have been restored to reflect the living history of this Moravian community.

Peace College – Peace College is a private liberal arts college located in Raleigh, North Carolina. Founded by the United Church of Christ and American Baptists, it is nondenominational and coeducational. The school has approximately 1,000 students and an 80-acre campus that sits on the edge of downtown Raleigh..

Cone Mills Corporation Headquarters – Designed by architects Waggaman & Vaughan and constructed between 1912–1913; with additional buildings added in 1940-41 and 1990; it has housed Cone’s headquarters since 1918.

Reynolda House Museum of American Art – This building was the original home of the W. Duke family and now houses one of the premier museum collections in the southeast United States, including major works by Edward Hopper, Stuart Davis, Rockwell Kent and Maxfield Parrish.

Gaston- Gregg House Art Gallery – In 1913 Dr. Lyman Fulton Gregg built a house for his bride near this site at 510 Oakland Avenue. The couple lived here from 1913 to 1921 when they moved to 616 N. King Street..

Tanglewood Park – A 276-acre park in Clemmons off Lewisville Clemmons Road. Entry is from Business Route 66 (West Market Street) just west of Old Salem Road..

Old Winston Main – This building was erected in 1923 as a department store and warehouse by the Nieman Marcus Company. The structure reflects the commercial prosperity brought about by the economic boom of World War I..

Nissen Building – This building housed a restaurant, small shops, and offices during the 1940s, 50s ,and 60’s before being vacant for many years..

Kernersville Post Office – Constructed between 1905 and 1908 to replace small post office on same site; original construction included separate men’s and women’s entrances.

Kaleideum Downtown –  The Kaleideum’s mission is to create and share meaningful experiences that bring people together to explore the world of ideas, art, history, and culture.

Old Salem Visitor Center – The Visitor Center is open seven days a week from 10am until 5 pm. There you will find exhibits about the history of Moravian settlement in North Carolina, and helpful staff to answer your questions..

Cone Mills Corporation Mill No. 1 – This imposing, five-story structure with 400,000 square feet is the oldest remaining cotton mill in Winston-Salem.

Additionally, You can also find Winston Salem, NC Landmarks on Wikipedia!

There are so many places to enjoy and explore Winston Salem, NC.