Harvest the Beauty of Fall in Winston-Salem

This Autumn, fall in love with Winston-Salem while enjoying a two-night getaway with accommodations at The Historic Brookstown Inn, nestled in the heart of downtown, neighboring the Visitors Center, and in walking distance of Old Salem Museums & Gardens. Explore the colors of fall with Triad ECO Adventures on a Leaf Peeping e-Bike tour. Stroll the maple-lined cobblestone sidewalks of Old Salem, a 1766 Moravian settlement, and discover what’s blooming in the heirloom gardens. Savor the season’s harvest at local restaurants including The Tavern in Old Salem, Miss Ora’s Kitchen, Sweet Potatoes Restaurant, and Camino Bakery. Then appease your shopping muse with gift certificates to Piedmont Craftsmen Gallery and Mast General Store.

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Centrally located in North Carolina, fall in Winston-Salem beckons with the sights, sounds, and flavors of the autumn season. Enjoy experiences from Fall Foliage tours and harvest festivals to performing arts and downtown dining. Admire the works of the late Georgia O’Keeffe in the pristine Reynolda House Museum of American Art as this historic home celebrates its Centennial. Shop one-of-a-kind handcrafted works at the annual Piedmont Craftsmen’s Fair, or pick the perfect foliage backdrop in historic Old Salem. In the nearby Yadkin Valley, sip, swirl, and savor the harvest of more than 45 wineries. This fall in Winston-Salem is dotted with culinary festivals galore and enriching historical and hands-on experiences you’ll cherish.

Learn more at visitwinstonsalem.com/fall.

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