Quality Inn Coliseum
531 Akron Drive
Winston-Salem, NC 27105
Phone: (336) 767-8240
Fax: (336) 661-9513
Formerly Groves Stadium, it is the home of the Demon Deacons, the football team of Wake Forest University. Visitors can enjoy football college games in the arena, which has a seating capacity of 31,500 seats.
Established as a part of a huge country estate of the tobacco magnate R. J Reynolds, Reynolda Garden is located close to the Wake Forest University. Designed by Thomas Sears over a land of 4 acres (1.62 hectares), the formal garden and greenhouses form only a small part of what is 129 acres (52.20 hectares) of woodlands. Now a part of the Wake Forest University, the garden is open all year round at no admission price.
Winston Tower is a skyscraper that was completely constructed in 1966. It has 29 floors and was the tallest skyscraper in the state, till it was by passed in 1971. It was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
This is a park in downtown Winston-Salem that is often used for events.
Foothills Brewing Company brews up some of the finest beers in Winston-Salem. Established in 2004, this brewery is headed by professional brew master, Jamie Bartholomaus. But Foothills is more than just a brewery. It doubles up as a wonderful dining space too. They have an extensive food menu that goes well with one of their home-crafted brews, some of the items on the menu incorporate their liquid creations.
Nestled next to Greensboro is Winston-Salem. This city makes a mighty effort to build a community out of the expansive city space and they do a remarkable job. With community events, cultural activities, parades and festivities regularly scheduled on the city's community calendar, it's worth checking out if you're in the area.
This a historic park in Winston-Salem that is maintained by the City of Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Department. The Center and Exhibit buildings are open April through December.
A part of the Bethabara Park, the Bethabara Historic District was the site of the Moravian settlement in Winston-Salem. Dating back to 1753, the ruins and remnants of this area were restored and now its the Bethabara Historic District. This district is transformed into a museum and is open to all visitors. Most of the sights here require to admission charge.
One of North Carolina's historically black colleges, the Winston-Salem State University educates students in the technology, finance, health services and teaching. The campus spans 110 acres has been ranked one of the top universities in the South for a bachelor's degree, and trains their students to serve their community. A graduate degree program is also offered.
Festival Dance Center, a division of Winston-Salem Festival Ballet, is a not-for-profit dance school, offering the finest in dance education to students. Festival Dance Center is pleased to announce a series of summer camps for ages 4-6 and ages 7-11. These themed camps include dance class, snack, and crafts.
Founded in 1963, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts is a prestigious institution in the country. One of the pioneering public establishments committed to performing arts, it offers high school, undergraduate and graduate degrees. It boasts an excellent academic program and top-notch faculty. The campus comprises of five schools, each dedicated to the fields of dance, visual, drama, film and music respectively.
This lovely country park, with rolling hills and wooded landscapes, features a picnic shelter that can accommodate 120 people, picnic tables with grills, a softball field, a volleyball court, horseshoe pits, a playground area, a frisbee golf course, and hiking trails.