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Historic Bethabara Park

Dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of Historic Bethabara, founded by Moravians in 1753.

 

Discover Historic Bethabara Park

Plan Your Visit

Learn more about Bethabara’s past, present, and future.

Preserving Bethabara: from Old Town to Historic Park

The legacy of Historic Bethabara Park’s founder, Edwin L. Stockton (1905-1987)

Park Hours

Visitor Center Hours: Tuesday-Friday.     10:30AM – 4:30PM

Saturday & Sunday.  1:30PM – 4:30PM

Park grounds always open Closed Thanksgiving Day

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Our Location

2147 Bethabara Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

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Our Work

Historic Bethabara Park, Inc. supports the Park in on-going efforts to enhance the cultural heritage of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County by maintaining and restoring it historical structures. Significantly, the 1756 Palisade Fort was restored through the help of many individuals, companies and foundations throughout our community and the state. Most recently, the 1843 Log House roof was restored after in-depth research to confirm the year of its construction and with materials and construction techniques consistent with that period. With the rich array of historic buildings and foundations, Historic Bethabara Park and HBP, Inc. has a consistent focus on ensuring the integrity and accessibility of these community treasures. 

A Wonderful Saturday

"We decided to go on a quick day adventure and discovered Bethabara. We had a great time exploring the grounds, Such a nice place"  

Surprise In Winston-Salem

" We had heard of Old Salem, but did not know of Bethabara. What a gem! "

Community Treasures

Historic Bethabara Park, Inc. supports the Park in on-going efforts to enhance the cultural heritage of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County by maintaining and restoring it historical structures. Significantly, the 1756 Palisade Fort was restored through the help of many...