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New Winston Museum is located at 713 South Marshall Street in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Hours

Closed Mondays

Tuesday through Friday, Noon to 5 p.m.

Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Closed Sundays

*We will be closed on the following dates in 2016:
January 1, New Year’s Day
March 25, Good Friday
April 2, Camel City Race Fest
May 30 – June 3, Closed for Exhibition turnover
July 4, Independence Day
August 1 – August 6, Closed for Exhibition turnover
September 5, Labor Day
November 24–25 & 28,  Thanksgiving
December 24–26, Christmas

*We will be closed on the following dates in 2017:

January 2, observing New Year’s Day

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Admission

Admission to New Winston Museum is free of charge, and we ask those able to contribute a $5 donation to help us keep admission free to all.

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Tours

Groups are welcome to self-guided tours of the galleries during our regular business hours or they may choose to schedule a guided tour. Printed guides, staff and/or docents are always on hand to answer questions and provide information for guests.

Guided tours are offered Tuesday through Friday during our regular hours only, based on availability. We require private groups to set appointments no less than two days in advance, reserving space for a minimum of five guests. Guided tours are given at no charge.

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Parking

All parking is free of charge. There are limited spaces in the museum parking lot. Additional parking is available at the side and rear of the property, as well as parking on Marshall St. Over-flow parking can be directed to the Old Salem Visitor’s Center parking lot, just south of the New Winston Museum on South Marshall Street. 

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Accessibility

Our facility’s exhibitions and galleries are fully accessible.  We do not at this time have wheelchairs on-hand to lend to our guests.

We welcome all visitors with assistance dogs including guide dogs for the blind and visually impaired, hearing dogs for the deaf and hard of hearing, and working or service dogs for people with disabilities other than those related to vision or hearing. Assistance dogs should always be on a leash or in a harness.

If you require any other assistance or special needs please contact Alanna Meltzer-Holderfield, Development and Program Manager, at 336.724.2842 (ext. 103) or amholderfield@newwinston.org

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