Getting in Winston-Salem

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By Car or RV — If you decide a road trip is to be part of your visit, you’ll enjoy the drive to the City of Arts & Innovation, conveniently situated just six hours from Washington, D.C., and about five hours from Atlanta.

By Plane — Flying in and out of Winston-Salem could not be easier with Piedmont Triad International Airport just a half hour from downtown. The airport offers 86 nonstop flights to 17 destinations via major carriers, including Allegiant, American Airlines/American Eagle, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, United and US Airways.

For private transportation, the county-operated, general aviation Smith Reynolds Airport is located just minutes from downtown. Smith Reynolds is the airport of choice for a significant amount of corporate jet and large aircraft charter activity.

By Train — Hop the Amtrak train to nearby High Point and then take the shuttle transport directly to Winston-Salem and find yourself right in the middle of a bustling downtown filled with great hotels, restaurants, shops, and artist’s boutiques.

Once here, there are plenty of taxis, limousines, public transportation vehicles, and automobile-rental services to get you around.

Distance: miles to WINSTON-SALEM

  • Atlanta, GA : 283
  • Baltimore, MD : 298
  • Barstow, CA : 2,345*
  • Birmingham, AL.413
  • Boston, MA : 655
  • Buffalo, NY : 477
  • Charleston, SC : 221
  • Charlotte, NC : 72
  • Chattanooga, TN : 473
  • Cincinnati, OH : 317
  • Cleveland, OH.384
  • Columbia, SC : 171
  • Columbus, OH : 309
  • Dallas, TX : 969
  • Durham, NC : 80
  • Fayetteville, NC : 119
  • Greensboro, NC : 29
  • Knoxville, TN : 207
  • Lexington, KY : 269
  • Louisville, KY : 336
  • Myrtle Beach, SC : 233
  • Nashville, TN : 368
  • New Orleans, LA : 701
  • New York, NY : 565
  • Orlando, FL : 523
  • Raleigh, NC : 107
  • Richmond, VA : 187
  • Savannah, GA : 280
  • St. Louis, MO : 576
  • Washington D.C. : 263
  • Wheeling, WV : 278
  • Wilmington, NC : 237

*This trek is a straight shot on I-40 heading east without a single turn!

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