Plan Your Visit
Other Area Attractions
Open April through October, George Washington's Office Museum is minutes from the MSV in Old Town Winchester. Photo courtesy of the Winchester-Frederick County CVB.
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Five minutes from the MSV, the Virginia Farm Market welcomes fall with thousands of pumpkins and varieties of locally-grown apples. Photo courtesy of the Winchester-Frederick County CVB.
The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival takes place each spring in Winchester and includes two parades, a circus, a carnival, dances, band competitions, celebrities, and pageantry.
County Music legend Patsy Cline was born in Winchester. Her grave and childhood home are minutes from the museum.
Winchester and the surrounding region have many museums, historic sites,
and attractions. You’ll find an exhaustive list inside the main
sections of the museum’s Shenandoah Valley Gallery, where museums
or attractions relative to each section topic are listed. Some
of the museums and historic sites include: Abram’s Delight; Belle
Grove Plantation; George Washington’s Office Museum; Historic Long
Branch; Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum; and Stonewall Jackson’s
The area also has many festivals, recreational opportunities,
farms, and orchards
that are open to the public throughout the year. To learn
we suggest that you visit the website for the Winchester
Area Visitor and Convention Bureau.