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Shop local this holiday season by visiting the museum for unique gifts – like hand turned wooden bowls and Wake Forest-themed t-shirts, ornaments, and books. We’ve put together a gift guide to showcase some of our favorite items in the museum store. Happy shopping!
These wooden bowls are hand turned by Wake Forest resident Bob Ford. Some of our favorites are the magnolias, pecans, cedars, and orange bowls. Bowls crafted from trees on Southeastern’s campus (Wake Forest’s original campus) are labeled. Bowls and plates range in price from $15 to $100.
“Wake Forest: Where the college used to be.” We say that a lot, especially when we’re working with Wake Forest University students in Winston-Salem. This t-shirt ($20) was designed by House of Swank in Raleigh and is a must have for all Wake Foresters.
Cook up a holiday feast in style. The Deacon chef in your life is sure to appreciate this museum exclusive Wake Forest apron ($26).
Deck the halls with these classic ornaments. We have these silver tree ornaments ($12) and gold Calvin Jones House ornaments ($18) in very limited supply.
Thine Ancient Days by Jenny R. Puckett has been flying off our shelves! Thine Ancient Days is the first coffee table book of Wake Forest history and features photographs from the archives of Wake Forest Historical Museum, ZSR Special Collections, and Reynolda House Museum of American Art. The book can be purchased for $125.
Consider wrapping gifts with reusable fabric like this Wake Forest bandana ($5). This black and gold mug ($8) and hand crafted wooden saucer ($15) make a great gift for any Wake Forester.
Our Story of Faith, the first book-length history of Wake Forest Baptist Church is now available for purchase. Founded in 1834 on the campus of Wake Forest College, the history of WF Baptist Church will interest any Wake Forest history buff. The book can be purchased for $35.
Prices listed above do not include sales tax.
Please visit or call the museum to make a purchase. The museum does not accept store payments online, but you can make a purchase over the phone. Most items can be shipped to your home.