- The list below includes 63 free or cheap things to do in or near Winston Salem, North Carolina, including 59 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Art Museum, Historic Sites and Food Tours.
- From God's Acre to Old Salem Museums & Gardens, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Winston Salem and in nearby cities within 25 miles like High Point, Greensboro, Kernersville and Lexington.
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900 Old Salem Road, Winston Salem, NC 27101 MoreLess Info
Visitors to the Old Salem Museum and Gardens can experience life as it was in the 1800s as Moravian settlers explored the area. At the Miksch Garden and House, visitors can see daily life, while at the St. Philips Heritage Center, visitors learn about religious life.
Bethabara Park is on the site of the first Moravian settlement over 250 years ago. Visitors can hike over 20 miles of trials spread over 183 acres and containing over 126 species of birds, visit a 1788 church, watch videos, and see video exhibits, and tour an Indian War Fort.
94% 389 votes
2250 Reynolda Road, Winston Salem, NC 27106 MoreLess Info
The historic home of R.J. Reynolds contains American art from 1755 to present including works by Georgia O'Keefe, Grant Wood, and Jacob Lawrence. At the Reynolds House Museum of American Art, visitors see 28 original buildings, many containing restaurants and gift shops, the 16-acre lake, and the formal gardens…
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Corner of Main & Cemetery Sts., Winston Salem, NC 27101 MoreLess Info
Actor Mr. Heizer entertains as well as educates on the 90 minute walking Winston Salem Ghost Tour including the Single Brothers House. Mr. Heizer also does daytime historical tours of Winston Salem.
a/perture cinema screens independent, foreign and documentary films in four intimate theater settings. Adults can complement this film experience with traditional movie beverages and snacks or special selections such as wine and local bakery treats.
89% 177 votes
390 South Liberty Street, Winston Salem, NC MoreLess Info
At the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem, children must climb through the lobby just to enter the building. Once inside, they interact with a climbing library, a children's library, building area, enchanted forest, animal alphabet, and amazing airways as they act out their favorite childhood stores.
Kids and adults come to SciWorks, an innovative educational center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to learn about the world around them. The institute offers exciting exhibits, demonstrations, lectures and other events for visitors of all ages.