Dine & Stay


Food Stops within the Old Salem Historic District

Winkler Bakery


529 South Main Street
Selling hand-made bread and treats, Winkler Bakery sells traditional Moravian baked goods (cookies, bread, sugar cake, etc.). Phone:  (336) 721-7302
Monday-Saturday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sunday: 1:00 pm-5:00 pm





Upstairs at Winkler Coffee House


521 South Main Street
Sit on the quiet back porch in a rocking chair while you sip on our great coffee and enjoy a view of the Moravian Home Church building. Tucked away in our upstairs coffee house are kitchen items, hand-made N.C. baskets, and more! Phone:  (336) 721-7302
Monday-Saturday: 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Sunday:  1:00 pm-5:00 pm






The Tavern in Old Salem – 736 South Main Street

Please note that the Tavern restaurant has closed temporarily.  Old Salem Museums & Gardens has plans to renovate the building and to also make it more accessible for those with disabilities.  We hope to have the restaurant re-opened by the end of 2020.  In the mean time, please visit our other restaurant called the Muddy Creek Cafe.





The Muddy Creek Cafe – 626 South Main Street

Muddy Creek Café, previously located in the sister Moravian community of Bethania, has moved to the Old Salem Historic District.  Located in the lower level of T. Bagge Merchant at 626 South Main Street in Winston-Salem, the café offers specialty gourmet sandwiches and hot grilled panini, along with soups, salads, desserts, bottled sodas, beer, and wine.  Please contact them directly at 336-201-5182 for their operating hours.


Winter Hours: Monday & Tuesday – Closed,  Wednesday – 11-3, Thursday – 10:00 to 10:00 pm, Friday/Saturday 11-3, Sunday 12-4.






Old Salem Partner Hotels & Inns

The Zevely Inn – 803 S. Main Street (in the Old Salem Historic District)

Throughout the years, The Zevely Inn has served as a home away from home for travelers to historic Salem, NC.  The Inn, which is listed on the National Historic Register, has been meticulously and accurately restored to its mid-19th-century appearance. Our guests are not just visitors, but rather a part of a living 18th century restored Moravian town, which maintains the spirit, character, and ambiance of its Moravian founders. Today it’s the only place to stay within the historic district of Old Salem Museums & Gardens.

The Inn is named for Augustus T. Zevely (1816-1872), a saddler, doctor, and mayor of Salem. The house served as Dr. Zevely’s office, and also functioned as an inn for travelers the Salem Tavern could not accommodate. The Zevely continued to be used as an inn until the turn of the 20th century, and subsequently became a private residence and then apartments.

To view accommodations and book your stay visit click here or call (336) 748-9299.   For special travel packages, click here.



The Historic Brookstown Inn – 200 Brookstown Avenue

Established in 1837 this Historic Inn is a charming getaway for your next visit to Winston-Salem! We thank the Brookstown for their continued support of Old Salem and for providing wonderful and convenient accommodations for our visitors. Phone:  (336) 725-1120.To visit their website click here.




Winston-Salem Visitor Center – 200 Brookstown Avenue

Also located in the Brookstown Complex is the Winston-Salem Visitor Center.  Phone (336) 728-4200.   They will be happy to help plan your visit to Winston-Salem and provide you with information on other local attractions, local events, what to do and provide maps and directions. To visit their website click here.





The Kimpton Cardinal – 401 North Main Street

2019 packages, including tickets to Old Salem Museums & Gardens, are available by calling 1-800-KIMPTON. To visit their website click here. Please see Visit Winston-Salem for a comprehensive list of dining and lodging options in town or view ratings from Winston-Salem hotels on TripAdvisor.