Home of Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University, merging from two neighboring cities of Winston and Salem in 1913, the city of Winston-Salem was born!
Known for much history in the area, the amazing city is a southern arts town. While not being the biggest in the state, you can take advantage of the “Little Big City” aurora that it illuminates. Known for its dedication to fine arts, history and creative comforts, stopping by the Diggs Gallery is a must! You can make your way to the Lawrence Joel Coliseum to enjoy a Demon Deacons basketball game or head over to the Truist Field to watch them in a Saturday evening football match up. Either way the pride and love from the Wake Forest Alumni and current students/staff, will make you feel right at home.
For those in the medical field, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is a highly ranked medical facility and the largest employer in Forsyth County. Being that the city is located towards the western portion of the state, the short trip to the mountains is a perfect getaway and makes you look forward to the fall season.
If you are on the hunt for amazing southern cuisine, you’ll want to visit the Downtown Art District, which has been serving deliciously unique, Southern-inspired food since 2003. With average rush hour traffic, Winston-Salem is a great place to call home!
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