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CAMEL CITY KEEPSAKES
IN THE BAG
SAVE SPACE FOR TAKE-HOME TREASURES
FROM THESE SHOPPING HUBS
rom chic boutiques to designer brands, Winston-Salem retailers give shoppers
plenty of reasons to pack an extra suitcase. Find unique shopping throughout
downtown, beginning with the imaginative art galleries in the Downtown Arts
District, weaving into Fourth Street's quirky and creative retailers, and finally
reaching West End's treasure hunt of antique stores and upscale consignment shops.
Just a five-minute drive away, Reynolda Village was once the site of a dairy barn,
cattle shed, blacksmith shop, and a school that supported the 1,000-acre Reynolda
Estate. Today this historic district, modeled after an English village, houses a stationery
store, fine boutiques, a spa, and restaurants.
Opened in 1955, the city's oldest shopping center, Thruway Center, was named for
its proximity to the new Interstate 40 - then called a thruway, rather than a highway.
What started as a 13-store center now boasts more than 45 varied merchants, including
Trader Joe's, J.Crew Mercantile, and a variety of dining venues.
For familiar, large labels like Banana Republic, Pottery Barn, and Williams-Sonoma, Hanes
Mall has more than 200 stores, including favorite department store mainstays. Browse
visitwinstonsalem.com for a more complete list of area shopping.
CAMEL CITY GOODS
Celebrate the city with a selection
of locally designed, Winston-Salemthemed clothing and accessories.
1004 Brookstown Ave.
DESIGN ARCHIVES EMPORIUM
In an art deco building, shop the
collection of souvenirs from vintage,
handmade, and local sellers.
636 W. 4th St.
MAST GENERAL STORE
Along with the nostalgia of an oldfashioned general store, find WinstonSalem shirts, outdoor wear, even Krispy
Kreme Jelly Belly candies.
516 N. Trade St.
TWIN CITY HIVE COFFEE LOUNGE
Browse candles, soaps, honey, coffee,
and much more from 20-plus North
301 Brookstown Ave.
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