- Historic Workshops
- Garden Workshops
- Group Tours
The Town of Salem
- The Collection
African American Heritage
- St. Philips Heritage Center
African American Programs
- Juneteenth Luncheon
- African American Legacy Book Released
- St. Philips Cedric S. Rodney Unity Award
- Independence Jazz Concert
- Soulful Christmas Concert
- Sunday Social: Homowo Harvest Food Tasting
- Heritage Festival
- Kids Black History Month Tour: Amazing Quest
- 150th Anniversary of St. Philips
- Anniversary Lovefeast at St. Philips
- Hidden Legacy Tour
- African American Seed Collection
- African American History
- African American Heritage Tour
- Tannenberg Organs
- Cooking in Salem
Hidden Legacy Tour
Black History Month Tours
Storage Jar - This massive storage jar was made by Dave Drake, one of the many enslaved Africans who worked on the pottery plantations of Edgefield County, South Carolina.
A Hidden Legacy:
The African American Influence
in Southern Decorative Arts
February 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, & 28, 2014
Tours Begin at 11:00am & 3:00pm
Frank L. Horton Museum Center
(924 South Main Street)
This 45-minute tour focuses on the African American stories behind some of MESDA's most iconic objects, including works by North Carolina cabinetmaker Thomas Day, the Edgefield, South Carolina, potter David Drake, and the Baltimore, Maryland, painter Joshua Johnson.
This tour will be offered in February on Fridays and Saturdays at 11:00am & 3:00pm or by advanced appointment during regular museum hours by calling 336-779-6140 at least one week in advance.
Admission is included with the purchase of an All-in-One ticket and FREE for Friends of Old Salem & Friends of MESDA.
If purchased separately, admission is $11 for Adults and $5 and for children ages 6-16. Tickets may be purchased at the Horton Center Desk.
600 South Main St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101