Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts

926 S. Main St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101- Map It
(336) 721-7360

AAA Editor Notes

Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts is at 924 S. Main St. in the Frank L. Horton Museum Center. Displayed in 24 rooms and seven galleries are furnishings and art produced from 1690 to 1820. The objects are exhibited in domestic settings, and many of the rooms were actually moved from older buildings.
Two-stop ticket (to any two museums on grounds of Old Salem Museums & Gardens) $18; $9 (ages 6-16); free (undergraduate college students with ID). All-in-one ticket (valid for two consecutive days) Tues.-Sat. $27; $13 (ages 6-16), Sun. $22; $11 (ages 6-16); free (undergraduate college students with ID). Tour $40 (two hours); $20 (one hour).
Hours: Tues.-Sat. 9:30-4:30, Sun. 1-4:30. One-hour guided tours of the study galleries depart Tues.-Sat. at 11 and 2 and by appointment, Sun. at 2 and by appointment. Two-hour tours are offered by appointment only. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas.