In 2010, Sterling Events Group took ownership of a vacant farm and launched an extensive restoration plan to breathe new life into the property.
Prior to the purchase, Sterling had built a strong reputation in the global events industry. The company had planned and produced conferences and gatherings of all kinds, all over the world. Founder Wayne Thomas and his team had become masters at finding fascinating venues at which to hold events — from Scottish castles to isolated Alpine villas.
The events staged in these unusual places were memorable, but the Sterling team regretted one common shortcoming: it seemed the more interesting the property was, the less likely it would be to have the technology expected by attendees at modern conferences.
When Sterling discovered WinMock at Kinderton, they committed themselves to restoring the finely crafted buildings while installing the most advanced technical infrastructure. Attendees would sacrifice nothing for the pleasure of holding their event at this extraordinary place.
The beauty and significance of WinMock’s design led to its listing as a National Historic Site, and earned an individual listing on the United States National Register of Historic Places — a designation held by less than 10% of all properties on the Register. Combine that with the considered renovations of veteran event planners, and you’re looking at one of the most capable and exquisite event venues in the American South.
Today WinMock at Kinderton hosts conferences, social events and weddings throughout the year. Its experienced staff is grouped into teams dedicated to specific types of events. You can meet them here.
Conveniently located near Interstate 40 with quick access to some of the areas most noted attractions, WinMock is the ideal venue for any significant event. To explore nearby, simply go to VisitWinstomSalem.com or VisitDavieCounty.com. Welcome to our part of the world, friends — and welcome to WinMock.