AAA Editor Notes
Reynolda Gardens of Wake Forest University is at 100 Reynolda Village. The 4-acre formal garden, 1912 greenhouses and natural areas were once part of Reynolda, the early 20th-century estate built by R.J. Reynolds. Antique and modern plants are cultivated, and the formal gardens have been restored to the historic design created by landscape architect Thomas Sears. The 129-acre site includes a wooded area with walking trails, a meadow and a wetland.
Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.