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Benton Convention Center Ground Breaking

Benton Convention Center Ground Breaking

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Located in downtown Winston-Salem, the 100,000-square-foot Benton Convention Center is undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation, which includes significant structural, design and technological upgrades to the interior and exterior of the building. Key design elements will create more open, flexible meeting space and incorporate architectural nods to Winston-Salem’s historic arts, tobacco and textile roots.

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RiverRun International Film Festival

RiverRun International Film Festival

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RiverRun International Film Festival -- Image of a screening held inside the Historic Stevens Center, located in downtown Winston-Salem, NC.

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Benton Convention Center Redesign

Benton Convention Center Redesign

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In downtown Winston-Salem, the 100,000-square-foot Benton Convention Center will undergo a multi-million dollar renovation, which includes significant structural, design and technological upgrades to the interior and exterior of the building. This is an image of the proposed view of the renovated Convention Center from the corner of 5th Street and Cherry Street.

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Brookstown District Plan

Brookstown District Plan

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Aerial view plan for the coming Brookstown District at BB&T Ballpark featuring a projected one million square feet of combined retail, office space, luxury residential flats and hotel rooms.

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Haute Chocolate truffles and Sexual Chocolate Foothills Beer

Haute Chocolate truffles and Sexual Chocolate Foothills Beer

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Credit Foothills Brewing and Haute Chocolate

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BB&T Ballpark Skyline

BB&T Ballpark Skyline

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The Winston-Salem skyline with BB&T Ballpark in the foreground. Home to the Winston-Salem Dash. Please give credit to the Winston-Salem Dash. This images can only be used for editorial purposes.

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Museum of Anthropology

Museum of Anthropology

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Dias De Los Muertos

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Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Reynolda House Museum of American Art

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Please provide photo courtesy to Reynolda House Museum of American Art.

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Old Salem Museums & Gardens in the Fall

Old Salem Museums & Gardens in the Fall

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Photo provided courtesy of Old Salem Museums & Gardens

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SciWorks

SciWorks

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Please provide photo courtesy to SciWorks. Photographer was J. Sinclair

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Historic Bethania

Historic Bethania

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Photo provided by John Rolland

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Historic Bethabara Park

Historic Bethabara Park

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Photo courtesy of Historic Bethabara Park

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Korner's Folly image

Korner

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Korner's Folly image

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Winston-Salem Skyline

Winston-Salem Skyline

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Photographer is J. Sinclair. Credit must be given to photographer and please seek permission by Visit Winston-Salem prior to use.

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Videos

Winston-Salem Gardens

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The gardens of Winston-Salem offer visitors a beautiful panorama of flowers, vegetables, trees and herbs. But many visitors are pleasantly surprised by how well these gardens capture the fascinating history of this region. You can literally trace the roots of Winston-Salem through its gardens!

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Winston-Salem - Gateway to the Yadkin Valley

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Every Spring Winston-Salem throws two big soiree for the North Carolina Wine Industry. Both the Salute! The North Carolina Wine Celebration in downtown and the North Carolina Wine Festival at Tanglewood Park draw thousands of people and dozens of wineries from across the state. A sign of the growing connection between Winston-Salem and North Carolina wine.

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Light Up Your Holidays in Winston-Salem

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When it comes to authentic holiday traditions, Winston-Salem has nearly three and a half centuries of experience, all of which is shared with visitors today.

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Moravian Culture in Winston-Salem, NC

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History comes to life in Winston-Salem, where some of the best-preserved colonial heritage sites in the country can be found. Members of the Moravian sect settled in the area in the mid-18th century.

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