1593 Martinsburg Pike, Winchester, VA, US, 22603
- Phone: (540) 662-4700
- Fax: (540) 665-1762
This full service library contains a vast array of reference materials, fiction and non-fiction books, and multi-media resources, as well as videos, books on tape, DVDs, and CDs. Children's services and Internet access for the public are also available.
Registered with the Virginia and National Historic Landmarks, this museum has interesting artifacts preserved from Jackson's days in the house during his campaign. Visitors can experience a little piece of Civil War history and get a feel of the way things were in that era.
The center room of this museum was used by Colonel George Washington between 1755 and 1756. This is a simple log cabin and it is the oldest standing building in Old Town Winchester.
Get up close and personal with the cave formations as a tour guide tells you the history of this oldest documented tour cave in Virginia. The guide provides visitors with the real facts about caverns in the Shenandoah Valley and the uniqueness of Crystal Caverns.
This historical site was the home to Winchester founder, Colonel James Wood. The house is furnished with antiques, decorative objects, and paintings and it is surrounded by 25 acres of gardens, fountains, and buildings.
A scenic and historic audio tour through historic Winchester-Frederick County that is 45 miles in length and takes visitors to attractions and farm markets via highways and back roads. You can complete the tour in about an hour and one half, but it may take longer if you want to stop and enjoy the sights.
A National Historic Landmark, this battle site contains pre-Civil War structures and the earliest marked gravesite in the Shenandoah Valley history. On these grounds, Stonewall Jackson fought the opening battle of his campaign.
The dramatic earthworks of Historic Fort Collier, mark the site of the culmination of the Third Battle of Winchester, the bloodiest battle fought in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, and self-guided tours, complete with five historical markers, are available from dawn to dusk year round. The Stine House and Barn as well as Event Terrace are available for community events and Civil War related functions
A beautiful 102 acre park which includes a walking trail, sheltered picnic areas, an outdoor swimming pool, soccer fields, ball fields, lighted tennis courts, and a recreation center. The recreation center features a gymnasium, a fitness room, a full kitchen, and a multipurpose room for meetings and special events.
Discover a more peaceful world of nature with this company which provides you with a relaxing and adventurous experience on the historic Shenandoah River. This touring outfit offers tours to fit your schedule with fishing, sight seeing, and related excursions possible in the comfortable drift boats complete with a local native as your guide.
This historic courthouse was designed and built by David Meade, younger brother of Bishop William Meade, soon after Clarke County was formed from Frederick. Other buildings on the court square include the county jail, the sheriff's office, and a former clerk's office.
The carved windows of this historic mansion, which were based on 1842 designs by the architect Minard Lafever, have been described as some of the finest examples of Greek Revival woodwork in the United States. A magnificent spiral staircase is also featured in the home that is operated as a house museum.