Rentals and Meeting Space
THE OLD SALEM VISITOR CENTER
The perfect location for large meetings, receptions, parties, or dinners. The capacity of the James A. Gray, Jr. Auditorium is approximately 300 people in Lecture set-up and 200 for Reception/Conference events. For evening events, the entire Visitor Center is available and can comfortably hold up to 700 guests.
THE HORTON MUSEUM CENTER
The home of the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), the Horton Center features three outdoor spaces available for your event — the Courtyard, Meadow and Loggia.
THE SINGLE BROTHERS’ WORKSHOP
Located along Academy Street between Main Street and Old Salem Road, offers two spaces for event rentals, the Multi-Purpose Room and the Seminar Room.
HISTORIC ST. PHILIPS
Old Salem Museums & Gardens is pleased to offer Historic St. Philips Church for your wedding ceremony. St. Philips Church is a very special part of the history of Salem. St. Philips’ remarkable history began in 1822 and continued until 1952 when the Congregation held the last service in the brick church. The congregation moved to Happy Hill and later to its current day location on Bon Air Avenue in northern Winston Salem. The St. Philips brick church sat empty for nearly 40 years until, in 1989, Old Salem Museums & Gardens decided to restore the church as a way to exhibit the African American story in Salem. The same year, Old Salem nominated the building for the National Register of Historic Places. St. Philips remains a consecrated space
The capacity of St. Philips is 200 and is available in 4 hour rental increments on Saturday afternoons only.
THE TAVERN MEADOW
It is a charming option for outdoor wedding ceremonies or events taking place in the afternoon. It is located on Main Street in Old Salem.
Special Events Manager