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Winston Salem’s robust history and culture attract thousands of visitors each year, and if you’re planning to be one of them, we’ve got your group transportation covered. Whether you’re a local or you’re traveling from anywhere in the country, trust GOGO Charters to book you a comfortable charter bus in North Carolina for your trip. Whether you're staying local, need a bus to Greensboro for a quick trip, or want a long-distance charter bus service to Charlotte for an event, call our 24-hour team at 1-855-826-6770 to receive a free price quote and learn more about our services!

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The City of “Arts and Innovation”

The history of Winston Salem in North Carolina dates back to 1753, when members of the Moravian Church selected and settled in an area that would be named the Wachovia Tract. The town of Salem, which means peace, arose from this tract in 1766. In 1849, the newly formed Forsyth County used the land bought from Salem to establish the county seat of Winston, named after a local Revolutionary War hero. And within the next two decades, both Winston and Salem became economically, socially, and culturally connected/sealed by the incorporation of both towns in 1913. Today, Winston-Salem celebrates its dual heritage with the nickname “Twin City.” It is also known as “City of the Arts and Innovation” for its dedication to the arts and technological research, and “Camel City” for its historical involvement in the tobacco industry.

Main Attractions in Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem is home to a number of attractions that hearken to its rich past. Chief among them is the Bethabara Historic District, which encompasses the site where the Moravians settled in 1753. It takes you back more than two centuries with its open-air museum, which includes surviving buildings, a restored and furnished church built in 1788, archeological ruins, a reconstructed village, and a French and Indian war fort. There’s also a gift shop where you can buy handcrafted mementos, and the entire area includes hiking trails and a wildlife reserve.

There’s also Reynolda Gardens to check out. A spectacular 129-acre oasis of fields, gardens, woodlands, and wetlands, Reynolda Gardens is open daily with free admission. It used to be part of the country estate of R.J. Reynolds, a renowned North Carolina businessman who founded R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Reynolds is chiefly responsible for the city’s association with tobacco; after all, he is credited with creating the Camel cigarette, one of America’s most popular tobacco brands. And years after his death, his influence is very strong in many aspects of Winston-Salem society. Reynolda Gardens is adjacent to one of the campuses of Wake Forest University, which, interestingly enough, also bears the Reynolda name.

Not to be left out, though, are Winston-Salem's myriad points of interests showcasing the city’s love for the arts. This is reflected in art galleries and performance centers like the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, the Piedmont Opera Theatre, and the Reynolda House Museum of American Art. The city plays host to several arts festivals, which include the National Black Theatre Festival, the Reynolda Film Festival, and the RiverRun International Film Festival. The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, founded in 1963, functions today as an arts conservatory, indeed, the first of its kind in the United States. 

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Has the City of the Arts gotten your utmost attention? Now’s the time to experience it all, and you can start by coming to us to plan your trip. At GOGO Charters, we have buses that are checked and maintained to ensure that there are no malfunctions or breakdowns on your trip. And we have well-trained and seasoned drivers who are more than able to take you from point A to point B without a hassle. It is no wonder that the US Bus Association ranks GOGO Charters #1; we are always about quality. Call us today at 1-855-826-6770 for your bus rental!

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