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Summer is here, and now is the time to take a tour through exciting Winston-Salem — the city is brimming with activity during the warm summer months. Take a tour of historic Old Salem, explore the Reynolda House Museum of Art, or relax and catch a fly ball at the Dash minor league baseball stadium.

Package Details:

  • A two-night stay at the historic Brookstown Inn, plus full breakfast daily, evening wine and cheese reception in the courtyard, and cookies and milk at bedtime.
  • Four admission passes to explore historic Old Salem Museums & Gardens, one of America’s most comprehensive living history attractions. Old Salem is celebrating the 250th anniversary of Salem with a calendar marked with special events and historical happenings to make your visit to Winston-Salem an unforgettable one.
  • Admission for four to Reynolda House Museum of American Art. The beautiful art museum is the former home to tobacco baron R.J. Reynolds and his wife, Katharine Reynolds.
  • Four tickets to a Winston-Salem Dash baseball game, complete with unlimited hot dogs and hamburgers.
  • $50 gift certificate to Foothills Brewing. Winston-Salem is the birthplace of North Carolina’s craft beer industry and offers a number of local craft breweries. Foothills celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2015 when they opened their new tasting room featuring 28 craft beers on tap.

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about visit winstonWhether you’re interested in our downtown culinary hot spots or looking to grab a pint before heading out to watch the boys of summer at a Winston-Salem Dash baseball game, we’ve lined up the best of Winston-Salem for your summer getaway. Centrally located in North Carolina, Winston-Salem offers family-friendly attractions, lush greenery and parks, outdoor adventure, a delectable downtown Southern culinary scene, and the award-winning Yadkin Valley wine region featuring more than 40 wineries — the perfect setting to watch a Carolina sunset over the Blue Ridge Mountains. To learn more about things to do in Winston-Salem this summer, visit VisitWinstonSalem.com, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

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