4.5 based on 366 reviews
This 1,200-acre park was once the estate of William Neal Reynolds, brother of tobacco businessman R.J. Reynolds. The Reynolds willed the Tanglewood property to the citizens of Forsyth County to share as a public recreational park. The combination of its streams, woodlands, and grassy pastures with the traditions of its architecture, horses, gardening, and wide range of recreational activities make Tanglewood an ideal countryside park to visit over and over again.
Our tour company brings a motorcoach group to the Tanglewood Festival of Lights every holiday season. This event never disappoints. Our group always enjoys the event. The traffic is very reasonable on a weekday, the lights are well done and always creates excitement as we drive through with 45 people on our motorcoach. Highly recommend this attraction for groups and families.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
Was a great time even when thought it rained. Would like to come back when we could walk threw it. And we will be back
4.5 based on 79 reviews
We make Cookies. But at our Bakery we don’t manufacture cookies, we create them. We make about 100,000 lbs. of Moravian Cookies a year and every cookie is made by hand using a rolling pen & a cookie cutter. There are about 100 cookies in a lb., so that is ten million cookies cut out one by one using only a cookie cutter. We are a family business comprised of 7th, 8th & 9th generation Moravians & our recipe is a secret family recipe that has been handed down for generations. I don’t think there is another company in the world like my bakery. Not only are our cookies made in North Carolina, we are made by hand in North Carolina. Come before 2:30 PM M-F to watch our cookies being made at our special viewing window and enjoy tasty samples of our 6 different flavors. Tours are given but you must call to scheduled in advance. There is a $4.00 charge per person
We arrived too late in the day for a tour, but Holly was more than happy to tell us the cookie making process. We sampled all the flavors. We love the ginger and also the lemon flavors. Mrs. Hanes cookies has been a lifelong memory for my husband.
5 based on 4 reviews
BB&T Sports Park is committed to hosting the BEST event possible for your organization! Features include: -15 full-sized playing fields, 11 of which are lighted (totaling over 90 acres) -Stadium Field with seating of 1,400 -Parking for 1,200+ -5,800 sq ft field house with multi-purpose meeting rooms & medical/athletic training rooms -Picnic shelter seating 200 with gas fireplace and grill
BB&T Soccer Park is the home of Twin City Soccer Association with 15 soccer fields, 11 which are lighted and 1 that is a stadium style with lights, stadium seating for 1500, benches with shelters for inclement weather. All fields are a beautifully maintained Bermuda grass with a rye overseed in the winter months.
The host of many soccer, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee and other group outings has an excellent staff and support system in place for any new venture looking for a venue.
4.5 based on 535 reviews
Discover Reynolda House, the centerpiece of the Reynolda Historic District in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Explore the restored 1917 mansion of Katharine and R.J. Reynolds. An orientation video, oral history kiosk and audio tours, included in your admission fee, provide a unique window into the family and the life they lived. Enjoy masterpieces of American art and special exhibitions in both the historic house and the museum's new exhibition wing. Shop and dine in Historic Reynolda Village. Then, stroll the formal gardens, greenhouses and woodland walking trails of Reynolda Gardens. The Wake Forest University campus, adjacent to Reynolda, is accessible by walking trail or by car.
The grounds and gardens are nice. We saw a lot of people walking with and without dogs. This is of course free. The house was $19 and free for children under 18. The history and house architecture are interesting. The art collection in the house is ok, not our taste. The gallery with rotating exhibit, Frederic Church until Sept 2018, is great. My 10 year old daughter enjoyed the entire experience. Down the hill from the house and garden and within walking distance is Reynolda village, which is retail shops and restaurants.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
I do think Mossy's has the best burgers in Clemmons and there are always good beers on tap. This is the place to go to watch the game. It's full of excitement but not so noisy you can't hear conversation. Salads are very good too!
4 based on 13 reviews
Our group of 7 had a wonderful time, in spite of the tour guide and his deceptive practices. Lunch was clearly advertised as included in the price. However when the about 40 guests gathered to board the bus, John, the guide/owner announced that money for lunch would be collected on the bus. Apparently he owns a restaurant and hauls boxed lunches to one of the wineries while we are there.
As another reviewer commented, we were blessed with beautiful weather, or whole day would have been miserable. We had to be outside a lot because the wineries he switched to were not large enough to hold our very large group. He also didn't take us to the prettiest and largest winery that was advertised (Raffaldini). Very much a bait and switch operation. At $89 per person, buyer beware.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
One of America’s most comprehensive history attractions. The museums, the Historic Town of Salem, and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), along with award-winning heirloom gardens, engage visitors in an educational and memorable historical experience about those who lived and worked in the early South.
Our family enjoyed seeing the craftsman at work and talking about how they make shoes, spin pottery, do woodworking and prepare their gardens, as well as visiting the historic buildings, such as the tavern, churches, and old homes. And of course we had to stop at Winkler’s bakery!
It is easy to do in a day even at a leisurely pace.
4 based on 22 reviews
What are you doing over the holidays? You should get together for a little fun,watching the leaves fall like snow, looking at the Christmas decorations being put in place. It is a great time to be there.
4 based on 25 reviews
18 hole Nicklaus designed championship golf course; semi private in Clemmons, NC.
My wife and I just got married here, and it was a great venue. The price was unbelievably good, with no hidden fees and no extra charge to hold the wedding here when we had originally only booked the reception. We had to order chairs from outside for the wedding, but the staff set everything up for us. The food was very well-priced and delicious. Syvella, the event coordinator, was a very calm and assuring presence, and worked incredibly hard to make the ceremony and reception run smoothly. It is a beautiful venue, and well worth the price-we actually could not book a church sanctuary that would look as nice as low as we could book Salem Glen for the ceremony and reception. The customer service was great, and the message sent to my wife and I was this: Salem Glen, Syvella and the chef especially, were so happy for us and for our wedding and were excited to be a part of our day. They wanted our business, and more importantly, wanted our happiness with their service. I am excitedly recommending this place to anyone thinking of getting married in the Winston-Salem/Clemmons/Lewisville area. It is truly a treasure.
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