Situated just half a mile from the hotel, Old Salem Museums and Gardens is a living history museum that interprets the restored town of Salem. Founded in 1766, Salem was the historic settlement of the Moravian community. There are over 25 interpreted stops along the 100 acre community for you to explore and learn, including the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA).
Continue your journey through time with a visit to the Reynolda House Museum of American Art. The Reynolda House is the 1917 home of Katharine Smith Reynolds and R.J. Reynolds, founder of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Today the house preserves and interprets a premier collection of American Art from the colonial period to the present. In addition to the house, you can explore the restored formal Gardens.
- Overnight Accommodations at the Historic Brookstown Inn
- Welcome Gift: Winkler Bakery Moravian Sugar Cookies
- Two Adult “All-In-One” Admissions to Old Salem Museums & Gardens Valid for Two Consecutive Days (Admission to Old Salem for Children Can Be Added to Package)
- Two Adult Admissions to Reynolda House Musuem of American Art (Admission to the Museum is Free for Students and Children)
Hotel Perks Included:
- Evening Wine and Cheese Reception
- Fresh Baked Cookies and Milk at Bedtime
- Hot Southern Breakfast
- On-Site Parking
- Wireless Internet
One Night Stay Starting at $227.99
To Reserve Call (336) 725-1120 or Click Here!
Terms and conditions: Blackout dates may apply. Your reservation must be cancelled or modified by 3pm EST at least 24 hours prior to your arrival date or you will be charged for the 1st night room and tax. Old Salem Museums and Gardens and Reynolda House Museum are closed on Mondays.