In March 2007, The Town of Bethania opened the Historic Bethania Visitor Center, located at 5393 Ham Horton Lane, at the intersection of Main Street and Bethania Road, to welcome friends and guests, and to make available information about our community. The Visitor Center facilities include a relocated and restored Moravian farmstead home, the Wolff-Moser House, dating to ca. 1799, and a Book and Gift Shop. Also on the Visitor Center grounds you may visit the Alpha Chapel, built in 1894, an ideal location for wedding and functions.
Drop in to the Historic Bethania Visitor Center where you can gain insight into the many facets of our town and its history. Don't forget to shop at our museum store filled with wonderful items.
The Historic Bethania Visitor Center facilities, including Alpha Chapel, Wolff-Moser House, and Moravian Book and Gift Shop, are fully wheelchair accessible.
So you want to visit the Town? Wonderful! We are eager to share the Bethania story with you. Here are a few items to help you plan your trip to Historic Bethania.
Located at 5393 Ham Horton Lane in Bethania
At the Corner of Bethania Road and Main Street
Bethania, North Carolina 27010
Take Reynolda Road/NC HWY 67 West beyond Wake Forest University, Pass Bethabara Park Boulevard, Old Town School, Shattalon Drive. Turn Right on Bethania Road, following signs to Bethania. Turn Left onto Horton Lane, just before Three-Way Stop Sign.
From Other Cities
Take US HWY 52 North to Exit 118. Turn Left onto Bethania-Rural Hall Road. Travel approximately three miles, enter Bethania Town Limits. At Stop Sign, Turn Left onto Main Street. At Three-Way Stop Sign, Turn Left onto Bethania Road. Turn Right Immediately onto Ham Horton Lane.
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Historic Bethania Visitor Center
P.O. Box 259
Bethania, NC 27010
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Saturday 10am-4pm
Admission is Free!
Other Links of Interest
Reynolda House Museum of American Art
Visit Winston Salem
Museum of Anthropology, Wake Forest University
Diggs Gallery, Winston-Salem State University
Old Salem Museums & Gardens