Before Reynolda: A Natural History Walk

Location: Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Cost: $10 per adult | $8 Museum Members

As the industrialization of downtown Winston-Salem altered the skyline and led to pollution, Katharine Reynolds saw great value and beauty in the land that became part of the Reynolda estate. By the late nineteenth century, much of this land was established farmland, but what was it like before this?

Visitors will learn about the native vegetation that flourished on the land while also learning about the history of the people who used the land and how it was used prior to the nineteenth century.

This immersive tour will take place outside on the trails surrounding Reynolda House. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather.

Reservations required.

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