African American residents have
played a significant role in developing Winston-Salem. Simon Green Atkins
conceived the idea of Slater Industrial Academy, which is today Winston-Salem
State University. This itinerary showcases Winston-Salems African
American heritage by detailing its arts and culture, and highlighting
the wealth of African American artistic endeavors in Winston-Salem,
such as the National Black Theatre Festival, the Delta Fine Arts Center
and the Diggs Gallery.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina -
2 Nights, 3 Days
2 Nights Accommodations
with breakfast, luggage handling, taxes
Tour of Old Salem
with emphasis on the African American: the Museum of Early Southern
Decorative Arts, The Toy Museum, St. Philips Complex (St. Philips Moravian
Church, built in 1861, is the oldest standing African American Church
in N.C. Adjacent to it is the newly reconstructed 1823 log church.)
Tour of Reynolda
House with emphasis on the African American.
Diggs Gallery on
the campus of Winston-Salem State University.
Tour of Dudley Hair
Delta Fine Arts
**Touring Tuesday through Friday is recommended
because some of the above attractions are closed on the weekends and
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JEAN WELLS TRAVEL presents: Macdougall Honeymoon to Australia
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