Visit Reynolda Gardens
Hours & Admission
The gardens and grounds are open free of charge during daylight hours year-round. The greenhouses are open free of charge Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm except on Saturdays during July and January and during the Wake Forest University winter holiday.
The formal gardens are accessible by barrier-free entrance on the west side. The greenhouse and Conservatory are entered through the door facing the formal gardens. Pathways in the formal gardens are grass, crushed stone, and slate. Nature trails are chipped bark or gravel. Parking is available in front of the greenhouses. Restrooms are located at the east entrance to the formal gardens beside the greenhouse. Contact us for more information.
Directions & Maps
Reynolda Gardens is located off Reynolda Road, adjacent to the Reynolda campus of Wake Forest University in Winston Salem, North Carolina. By car, from I-40 Business, take Silas Creek Parkway North for approximately four miles. Bear right at the Wake Forest University exit. At Reynolda Road, turn right at the stoplight, then left at the first stoplight, entering Reynolda Village at By Way Street. Begin your visit at the greenhouse.
What To See
Need to know where to start? Check out our What to See section to help you plan your day.
Interested in our educational programs and special events for children and adults? Visit the Learning section to find out more.
Restrictions & Policies
Although the gardens and grounds are open during daylight hours all year, some restrictions and policies apply to some activities to ensure the continuing beauty and tranquility of the gardens, woodlands, and open areas. Visit our Restrictions & Policies page for information on photography, group visits, weddings, and other events.
Area Attractions & Services
The Garden Club Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County operates the Garden Boutique in the greenhouse complex. The shop carries a delightful array of gardening related items. The Garden Boutique donates a portion of its proceeds to Reynolda Gardens.
The original buildings are now home to shops, offices, and restaurants. Visit their site to see a list of shops and events.
Reynolda House Museum of American Art, the former home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reynolds, is open to the public. Visit their site for information on events and happenings.