Planted in the early 20th century, Reynolda Gardens is the result of Katharine Reynolds’ vision and progressive thinking. Mrs. Reynolds, wife of tobacco baron R.J. Reynolds, firmly promoted healthy eating and cooking habits and wanted her gardens to be a beautiful gift to the community and the workers on her country estate. A step into the 1913 greenhouse opens the door to a wonderland of vividly colored plant life. Reynolda Gardens is also a part of the NC birding trail, making it an ideal spot for bird watching.
Reynolda Gardens of Wake Forest University
100 Reynolda Village Winston-Salem, NC, 27106