Our Creative History
Winston-Salem has built a creative history over the past 300 years, and has always worked towards progress and innovation. Take a look inside these snapshots to learn more about Winston-Salem’s unique places of imagination and creativity.
It’s a unique place with features of Central Park, Biltmore and Fairchild Gardens.
A growing hub of national and local entertainment for live music and festive fun.
The National Black
A national treasure that draws leading and evolving Black Theatre talent for a festive week.
Shell Service Station
This iconic example of novelty American architecture is now a museum.
Helen Simoneau Danse
This young Canadian dancer is changing the world of dance, one step at a time.
The George Black House and Brickyard
This celebrated son of former slaves literally helped build Winston-Salem, one brick at a time.
(well, shut my mouth!)
A restaurant that blends community with a commitment to southern flavor.
A magnetic Mecca of peoples, ideas and activities embracing innovation.
Farm to Fourth
Yellow lines down the center of 4th Street guide you to the best farm-to-table anywhere.
Old Salem Museum and Gardens
In 1791, George Washington experienced it as a place of Arts & Innovation.