- Two-night stay at The Kimpton Cardinal Hotel. North Carolina’s first Kimpton, The Cardinal is housed inside the historic R.J. Reynolds building in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem. The architectural prototype for the Empire State Building, this 1929 Art Deco structure was once the tallest building in the South. Art and architecture enthusiasts alike appreciate the 42 design nods to North Carolina found throughout the hotel.
- $50 Dining Certificate to The Katharine Brasserie & Bar
- Two tickets to Reynolda House Museum of American Art
- Two tickets to Old Salem Museums & Gardens
- $50 Dining Certificate to The Tavern in Old Salem
- Copy of “Winston-Salem’s Architectural Heritage” written by Heather Fearnbach
- Visit Winston-Salem garden tote with locally-sourced goods
- Historic garden itinerary
Experience a two-day getaway to Winston-Salem and immerse yourself in our 250+ year history of art, architecture, and historic and heirloom gardens. Since its humble beginnings in 1753, Winston-Salem has been an inspiration for art and architecture enthusiasts alike. This custom getaway experience invites you to tour the city through a new lens as it guides you from arched entryways of Moravian homes and pattern gardens of the mid-1700s, to eclectic art deco detailing of the 1920s era when Winston-Salem was a hub of thriving tobacco and textile industries. Today, Winston-Salem remains an exciting reflection of that history.
Your Art, Architecture & Historic Garden escape takes you to some of the city’s most popular attractions while also enjoying accommodations at North Carolina’s only Kimpton property, located in the historic R.J. Reynolds building in downtown Winston-Salem. Use our historic gardens itinerary as a guide when visiting as it begins in Historic Bethabara, the oldest Moravian settlement in North Carolina and home to the country’s oldest medicinal garden. From there, get hands-on at Old Salem Salem Museums & Gardens and learn more about the influential Reynolds family with a visit to Reynolda House Museum of American Art.
Learn more: VisitWinstonSalem.com/Spring.