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Winchester Virginia, the oldest English settlement west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and Frederick County invite you to Get a Better View of History. Come explore her rich history. Young George Washington surveyed Winchester which was part of the original Lord Fairfax grant and then returned to Winchester as a Colonel in the militia, established his office which stands at the corner of Cork and Braddock Streets and is open as a museum, built Fort Loudoun and developed his military skills in the French and Indian War. George Washington was elected to his first political office representing Frederick County in the Virginia House of Burgesses. Winchester's geographic location made it a significant factor in the Civil War. Winchester was the site of several battles—Kernstown, Winchester, Cedar Creek—and changed hands over 70 times during the war. Stonewall Jackson's headquarters is now a popular museum. The Old Court House Civil War Museum is an amazing collection of weapons, medical tools, and everyday items. An outstanding feature of the museum is the preserved graffiti which was written on the interior walls by soldiers who were being held as prisoners.

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, located on the grounds of Glen Burnie, home of Winchester's founder, James Wood. Along with the historic sites in Old Town you may choose to experience a close-up guided walking GHOST TOUR—Historic Haunts—to learn the stories of the Winchester ghosts. Springtime means that the annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival is just around the corner. Every Friday night during the summer the Bluemont Concert Series presents live performances on the lawn of the old Frederick County Courthouse. Enjoy a driving tour following the Apple Trail signs and listening to an entertaining and informative tape or CD available at the Winchester-Frederick County Convention and Visitor Center. An easy self-guided walking tour leads you by, and in, the remarkable architecture of historic downtown Winchester.

And So Many More Things To See and Do!!!
Come, we'll look forward to welcoming you to Winchester-Frederick County where you will
Get a Better View of History

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Old Waterstreet Inn
Distance from city center: less than 1 mile
Phone: 540-665-6777
Toll Free: 866-665-6770
Located in the historic Old Town, just 2 blocks from the charming pedestrian street, where you'll find interesting shops, restaurants, galleries, and nightlife. It's the perfect place for a romantic getaway, a relaxing break, or a base for exploring the Valley.

Winchester, Virginia
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L'Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast Inn
Distance from city center: 10 mile(s)
Phone: 540-837-1375
Toll Free: 800-638-1702
Escape to Provence - no passport required! Our intimate VA Wine Country inn offers luxurious room and award winning farm to table dining. Set in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, we are only one hour from the D.C. beltway and two hours from Baltimore. Check out our seasonal specials!

White Post (Winchester), Virginia
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Pembroke Springs Retreat
Distance from city center: 29 mile(s)
Phone: 540-877-2600

The flavor of Japan below Great North Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley. 175 acres of field, forest & trail with a stream, pond, and big springs.

Star Tannery (Winchester), Virginia
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The Inn at Vaucluse Spring
Distance from city center: 50 mile(s)
Phone: 540-869-0200
Toll Free: 800-869-0525
The Inn at Vaucluse Spring is a fifteen room bed and breakfast inn spread throughout a small village of six guest houses surrounding a large limestone spring in Virginia's fabled Shenandoah Valley.

Stephens City (Winchester), Virginia
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