A Historic Celebration of All Things Spring
Spring in Winston-Salem is more than just a walk in the park. It’s a step back in time through Winston-Salem's Historic Gardens Collection. Or served by the glass at an award-winning Yadkin Valley winery -- the largest wine region in North Carolina. Throughout April Winston-Salem celebrates spring and the art of craft beer during NC Beer Month. From vineyards and galleries to farm-to-fork menus inspired by more than 250 years of rich traditions, Winston-Salem is more than just a better way to spend your time. It’s a Southern Wake-Up Call.
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With so much to do this Spring in Winston-Salem, you're going to want to stay a while. With 48 hotel options and a variety of spring hotel getaway packages, we invite you to unwind and relax this spring in Winston-Salem.
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Spring Festival & Pottery Fair in Historic Old Salem
Say hello to Spring in historic Salem as Old Salem Museums & Gardens hosts its annual Spring Festival, this year titled “A Community of Health,” on Saturday, May 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The day-long festivities celebrate highlight the newly reopened Doctor's House and its new exhibition “The Moravian Way of Health and Healing,” which demonstrates for the first time the Moravians’ holistic approach to health and healing—a physical, spiritual, and psychological system that developed over time and was unequaled in America in the late 1700s and the early 1800s.
Activities for all ages promise to be educational and fun for the whole family, including a hands-on herbal tea activity and historic trade demonstrations. The Spring Festival is a ticketed event and all Spring Festival activities are included with All-in-One tickets, which are $27 for adults and $13 for students.
In conjunction with the Festival, Old Salem is also hosting its seventh annual Pottery Fair on the Square the same day. The Pottery Fair is included in the price of an Old Salem All-in-One ticket or is $5 per person for ages 13 and up. The Pottery Fair is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and more than 30 potters from across North Carolina display and sell their utilitarian and art pottery on Salem Square. With a variety of potters participating, it is the perfect place to shop for unique gifts for upcoming Father’s Day, spring graduates, and summer brides and grooms.
In the event of rain and/or strong wind, the Fair will be relocated to the concourse of the Old Salem Visitor Center at 900 Old Salem Road.
Purchase tickets online for the Spring Festival at oldsalem.org or at the Old Salem Visitor Center (900 Old Salem Road). For more information, please visit oldsalem.org, call 336-721-7300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Held in the heart of Downtown Winston-Salem June 1 - 3, Salute! The North Carolina Wine Celebration has become the premier festival dedicated to showcasing the best in North Carolina wine. Entering its 12th year, Salute! uncorks along Fourth Street in Winston-Salem as more than 35 North Carolina wineries share sample pours of their wines and encourage festival goers to experience the nearby Yadkin Valley wine region, and beyond. Sip and savor a weekend of winemaker dinners, celebrity chef events, Salute's own Food & Wine University and other special events celebrating Winston-Salem and North Carolina wines.
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Historic Reynolda Estate Celebrates Centennial Anniversary
From March to June, bask in the beauty of Spring during city-wide festivals, savor local bites at area farmers markets, celebrate craft beer, and uncork the richness of the Yadkin Valley wine region.
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