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WINCHESTER & FREDERICK COUNTY Virginia’s Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley

Perched at the very top of Virginia, the City of Winchester and surrounding Frederick County are just over an hour from Washington, D.C. and 30 minutes from Shenandoah National Park and the Skyline Drive in the incomparable Shenandoah Valley. The year-round energy and buzz of our vibrant Old Town is juxtaposed by relaxing scenic drives, wineries, uncrowded hiking trails, orchards, historic sites and unique finds that make every visit memorable. So what are you waiting for?

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Make the Visitor Center your first stop! Open Daily 9am-5pm (excluding major holidays) 1400 S. Pleasant Valley Rd, Winchester, VA 22601 (877) 871-1326 / (540) 542-1326 gift

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Arts & Entertainment


Eat & Drink


Beer, Wine & Spirits

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Farms, Markets, & Orchards




Sports & Outdoors






Guided & Self-Guided Tours

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History & Museums

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Apple Orchards/Farm Markets

Patsy Cline Historic House

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

Family Drive-In Theatre

Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival

Old Town Winchester

Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum

Shenandoah University Performance


Civil War Battlefields

5 FREE Activities

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley has FREE admission on Wednesdays


Shenandoah Conservatory offers FREE music performances year-round


The Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum is FREE on the First Friday of the month, 5-7:30pm


Public parks and the Virginia State Arboretum are open FREE, 365 days a year


Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park offers FREE programming by Park Rangers





inchester and Frederick County were once Shawnee Indian camping grounds to which Pennsylvania Quakers came to settle in the 1730s. In the 18th and 19th centuries, The Great Valley Road, now known as Route 11, served as a migration trail. Throughout history, the WinchesterFrederick County area has played an important role in the development of our nation. Winchester was the first Englishspeaking town west of the Blue Ridge

Mountains, and Frederick County was the military and political training ground for George Washington. In Winchester, visitors can walk the same streets that George Washington, Patsy Cline, and Stonewall Jackson once walked. See impressive monuments of polar explorer Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, General Daniel Morgan of Revolutionary War fame, and George Washington, the father of our country. View the amazing architecture of buildings that witnessed some of our nation’s greatest events and leaders.

Six major battles took place in Winchester and Frederick County during the Civil War, and the town changed hands approximately 72 times more than any other town in the country!

A Civil War Orientation Center is located in the Winchester-Frederick County Visitor Center. An interactive kiosk and brief film will introduce you to Civil War sites within the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation National Historic District. 36 Civil War Trail signs, posted throughout the community, interpret troop movements and battles of that stirring time.

Walking Washington’s Winchester tour is available at the Visitors Center and online at

handley library The library’s Stewart Bell Jr. Archives Room is an excellent resource for genealogical research.

Stephens City

our COMMUNITIES Winchester

Frederick County

Winchester is the oldest city west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and it was founded in 1744 by Colonel James Wood of England. The town was originally named Frederick Town after Frederick, father of George III of England. In 1752, the name was changed to Winchester in honor of the ancient English capital.

Millions of Americans can trace their heritage to Frederick County, Virginia! During the 1730’s, it was the destination of early settlers – newly arrived English, Scots, Irish, and German immigrants who came from Pennsylvania in search of inexpensive, fertile farmland.

Old Town Winchester’s two-block pedestrian mall is the first one of its kind in Virginia. In Old Town, visitors can dine alfresco, discover unique shops, see centuries-old architecture, and explore museums. Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum, George Washington’s Office Museum, Old Court House Civil War Museum, and Stonewall Jackson’s Office Museum are located in Old Town. Winchester is also home to the culturally and academically vibrant Shenandoah University, which annually offers 400 performances, lectures, masterclasses and lifelong learning opportunities. Each year, Winchester hosts its signature event, the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.

Today, Frederick County offers a wealth of opportunities for genealogists and historians. The Frederick County Clerk’s Records were never lost or burned; they cover 1743 to the present. Frederick County has Civil War battlefields, beautiful public parks, Winchester Speedway, Winchester Regional Airport, and Rock Harbor Golf Course.

Family-owned farm markets, featuring locally grown fruits, vegetables and meats, are plentiful. Frederick County’s stately antebellum courthouse with its huge white pillars is home to the Old Court House Civil War Museum - and 3,000 Civil War artifacts. The statue of a Confederate Soldier, standing guard outside, is the most photographed point-of-interest in the area.

Stephens City, 5 miles south of Winchester, is the second oldest town in the Shenandoah Valley. During the late 18th and early 19th century, the town was renowned for its production of wagons. Situated as it is on present-day Rt. 11 formerly known as the old Valley Turnpike or the Great Wagon Road - town inhabitants have witnessed the movement of travelers for over 250 years. Attractions in the Stephens City area include Newtown History Center, Rinker Orchards, Sherando Park, Family Drive-In Theatre, Valerie Hill Vineyard & Winery, and The Inn at Vaucluse, a bed and breakfast surrounded by a large limestone spring.

Middletown Located 10 miles south of Winchester, this quaint Frederick County town has hosted travelers for over 200 years. The Wayside Inn, located on Route 11, is reportedly America’s longest running inn. Attractions include Cedar Creek Battlefield, Belle Grove Plantation, Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park, Richard’s Fruit Market, and Backroom Brewery. Middletown is also the home of Lord Fairfax Community College. During patriotic holidays and reenactments, the town dresses itself with numerous flags – and is a sight to behold.

history &

MUSEUMS With three large preserved battlefields, numerous museums, cemeteries, monuments, and more... from George Washington to Patsy Cline, the Winchester-Frederick County region is bursting with history


Abram’s Delight Museum

Civil War Orientation Center

Glen Burnie Historic House

Belle Grove Plantation

Feltner Museum

Handley Regional Library Stewart Bell Jr. Archives

Winchester’s oldest home 1340 S. Pleasant Valley Road Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-6519

1797 Antebellum Manor House 336 Belle Grove Road Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 869-2028

Cedar Creek Battlefield

Home of the annual October reenactment 8437 Valley Pike Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 869-2064

Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park

Free programs and tours by National Park Rangers interpret the Battle of Cedar Creek 7712 Main Street Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 868-3051 6

Video, maps, interactive kiosk, brochures 1400 S. Pleasant Valley Road Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 542-1326 Eclectic collection of memorabilia and paintings, free admission 9 Court Square Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 665-4553

George Washington’s Office Museum Used by Washington while he directed the construction of Fort Loudoun 32 West Cork and Braddock Streets Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4412

Godfrey Miller Historic Home and Fellowship Center

Circa 1785 Miller family home, free tours 28 S. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 667-5869

Circa 1794 home built by family of James Wood, Winchester founder 901 Amherst Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-1473

Collection of materials dating from 1732 100 W. Piccadilly Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-9041, ext. 17

Kernstown Battlefield

315-acre battlefield park, home to the First and Second Battles of Kernstown 610 Battle Park Drive Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 869-2896

Korean War Memorial

Honors veterans killed in Korea from ten surrounding counties 1001 E. Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4946

Mount Hebron Cemetery

Winchester community cemetery with grave stones dating to the 1760s 305 E. Boscawen Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4868

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley Galleries and exhibitions, gardens, Glen Burnie House, and year-round events 901 Amherst Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-1473

Newtown History Center

Preserves the history of a frontier settlement and its wagon industry 5408 Main Street Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 869-1700

Old Court House Civil War Museum

Antebellum courthouse which served as a hospital and prison during the Civil War 20 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 542-1145

Patsy Cline Historic House

Restored home of Country Music Star and Winchester native, Patsy Cline 608 S. Kent Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-5555


POW-MIA Memorial

Third Winchester Battlefield Park

Site of George Washington’s Historic Fort Loudoun

Winchester National Cemetery

Tribute to service members who are listed as Prisoners of War or Missing in Action 1001 E. Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4946

Cell phone audio tour and signage 419 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (703) 574-6110 - Audio Tour (540) 667-4049 - Information

Star Fort

Preserved Civil War earthworks fortification Fortress Drive Winchester, VA 22603 (540) 740-4545

Stonewall Confederate Cemetery

Resting place for 2,575 Confederate soldiers 305 E. Boscawen Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4868

Nearly 600 acres, visitor center, and walking/biking path with signage 541 Redbud Road Winchester, VA 22603 (540) 667-2754 / (540) 667-2820

Burying ground for thousands of Union soldiers 401 National Avenue Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 825-0027 winchester.asp

history maker Winchester’s Patsy Cline was the first female solo inductee to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Fans from around the world visit to tour her restored family home and leave a penny on her grave in remembrance.

Stonewall Jackson’s Headquarters Used by General “Stonewall” Thomas Jackson during the winter of 1861-1862 415 N. Braddock Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 667-5505

mount hebron cemetery

With graves dating from 1769, numerous monuments, notable residents, and 2,575 Confederate soldiers, this historic site even has its own smartphone app to guide visitors.


ENTERTAINMENT The arts come alive here, with live music, theater, stand-up comedy, film, art galleries, and nightlife Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Movie theater with full-service dining 181 Kernstown Commons Blvd. Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 313-4060

Blue Fox Billiards

Family Drive-In Theatre

Outdoor cinema showing first run films on two screens 5890 Valley Pike Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 665-6982

Live entertainment venue hosting local, regional, and national acts 1160 Millwood Pike Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 665-2114

Magic Lantern Theater

Bright Box Theater

Shenandoah Arts Council

A dynamic performance & event venue that showcases some of the best live music, comedy, and entertainment in the area 15 N. Loudoun St. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 665-2878

Carmike Cinemas

Cineplex with 3D & jumbo digital screens 1850 Apple Blossom Drive Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 431-2385 8

Non-profit community film screenings Various locations (540) 678-0963 Non-profits arts organization hosting exhibitions, events, and more 811 S. Loudoun St. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 667-5166

Shenandoah Conservatory Performances

Performances in music, dance, and theatre 1460 University Drive Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 665-4569

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arts &

Courtesy of Shenandoah University

Shenandoah University Summer Music Theatre

Summer productions of Broadway musicals 1460 University Drive Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 665-4569

Stephens Jazz CafĂŠ

Historic live jazz cafe located next door to the home of jazz musician John Kirby 440 North Kent St Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 431-5384

Top of Virginia Artisan Trail

Trail connecting artisan galleries, agri-artisans, and all things local (540) 886-1684

Winchester Little Theatre

Producing quality live community theatre since 1929 315 W. Boscawen Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-3331

family FUN Kids will have a blast here, whether they are racing go-karts, exploring with dinosaurs, or piling in the van for a drive-in movie

Appleland Sports Center

Family Drive-In Theatre

Chuck E. Cheese’s

Northside Lanes

Kid-friendly chain for games and pizza 145 Tevis St. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-5166

Bowling alley with cosmic bowling 6 Richards Ave. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 667-1470

Dinosaur Land

Old Town Winchester Splash Pad

Golf course, driving range, mini-golf, go-karts, batting cages 4490 Valley Pike Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 869-8600

Retro roadside attraction with over 50 life-size dinosaurs 3848 Stonewall Jackson Hwy. White Post, VA 22663 (540) 869-2222

get outdoors...

Our parks & farm markets are great for families too!

Classic two-screen drive-in theater 5890 Valley Pike Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 665-6982

Spraying fountain play area Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601

Shenandoah Miniature Golf

18-hole mini-golf, lighted balls after dark 154 Gainesboro Rd. Gainesboro, VA 22603 (540) 336-3758

Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum Four levels of learning through play 19 W. Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 722-2020

Skyline Lasertag

Indoor tactical laser tag 2012 S. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-2272

Wilson’s Wild Animal Park

25 acre park with over 40 species 985 W. Parkins Mill Rd. Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 662-5715

Winchester Skating & Family Fun Center

Skating rink, arcade, pool tables, snack bar 1629 Berryville Pike Winchester, VA 22603 (540) 667-6464 9

orchards &

FARM MARKETS Pick-your-own flowers and fruits, see animals on the farm, and sample delicious local treats Apple Tree Market

Hill High Farm

Cline’s Farm

Marker Miller Orchards and Farm Market

Old fashioned family roadside market with produce, flowers, and local products 2454 Northwestern Pike Winchester, VA 22603 (540) 667-8754 Seasonal produce and pick-your-own strawberries 920 Hopewell Rd Clear Brook, Virginia (540) 662-5684 Find us on Facebook

Digging Daylilies

Field grown daylily farm offering numerous varieties for sale 454 Marple Road Winchester, Virginia (540) 514-5424

Freight Station Farmers Market

Fresh local produce, meats, and more, open year-round 315 W. Boscawen Street Winchester, VA 22601 (304) 229-3457 Find us on Facebook

Hedgebrook Farm & Herds Inn

Working dairy farm offering educational tours and a farm stay experience at Herds Inn 690 Shady Elm Rd. Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 323-1472 10

Seasonal pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn maze, haunted house, and more 933 Barley Lane Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 667-7377

Fun-on-the-farm experience including wagon rides, playground, picnic areas, pick-your-own local produce, and bakery 3035 Cedar Creek Grade Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 662-1391

Newtown Local Market

Seasonal market offering produce, baked goods, and crafts local to the Stephens City area Fairfax Street Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 869-3087

apple heritage It is said that a young George Washington planted many of the area’s first apple trees, and commercial production began soon after the Civil War. Winchester is home to National Fruit Product Company, which produces White House apple products, and the Virginia Tech Agricultural Research Center, which specializes in improving tree fruit and grape production. This apple statue is just one of many that can be seen throughout the community.

Shen Val Farm Market

Taste and experience a Shenandoah Valley Farmers Market - offering produce, beef, bakery, flowers, and more 2180 Fairfax Pike White Post, VA 22663 (540) 868-0366

Thumper’s Daylily Farm

Family-owned nursery specializing in daylilies sold by the clump 2691 Back Mountain Road Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 877-0969

old town winchester’s

farmers market features fresh, local agriculture products, live music, and more.

Old Town Farmers Market

Located in the Taylor Pavilion, open Saturdays, May - September, 10am-2pm 119 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 535-3660

Richard’s Fruit Market

Oldest “country classic” open air farm market in the county, offering beef, vegetables, fruit, fresh baked desserts, wine, and pick-your-own flowers 6410 Middle Road Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 869-1455

Rinker Orchards

Pick-your-own apples in a beautiful country setting and home to Rinker’s Apple Cider 1156 Marlboro Road Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 869-1499

Shawnee Springs Market

Fresh baked pies, jams, jellies, apple cider, salsa, canned peaches, pickles, dressings, local produce, and gifts 6656 N. Frederick Pike Cross Junction, VA 22625 (540) 888-4164

Virginia Farm Market

Casual open-air market offering seasonal fruit, local produce, and baked goods with a play area and picnic pavilion 1881 N. Frederick Pike Winchester, VA 22603 (540) 665-8000

West Oaks Farm Market

Year-round market selling fresh, local fruits and vegetables 1107 Cedar Creek Grade Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 662-6622 Find us on Facebook

Wicked Oak Farm & Vineyard

Working farm, vineyard, and market selling farm fresh eggs, meats, and produce 2121 S. Pifer Road Star Tannery, VA 22654 (571) 201-2963

Kids love the play area at Marker-Miller Orchards & Farm Market! Don’t miss trying one of their famous Apple Cider Donuts. 11

sports & OUTDOORS Watch out – we’ve got so many unexpected adventures you’re in danger of missing that great dinner reservation.


Appleland Sports Center

The Cove Campground

Rock Harbor Golf Course

Bailey’s Walking After Midnight Farm

George Washington National Forest

Rocking S Ranch

Jim Barnett Park

Sherando Park

12 hole golf course, driving range, mini-golf, go-kart track, and batting cages 4490 Valley Pike Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 869-8600

Horse farm offering scenic trail rides 225 Morgan Ford Road Cross Junction, VA 22625 (540) 888-3414

Body Renew Fitness & Family Sports Center

Indoor sports arena with rock climbing wall 221 Commonwealth Ct. Winchester, VA 22602

Clearbrook Park

Fishing lake, paddleboats, pavilions, outdoor pool, playgrounds, and walking paths 3300 Martinsburg Pike Clear Brook, VA 22624 (540) 665-5600 12

3,000 mountain acres with three lakes, boating, fishing, camping, sandy beach, shooting range, and ATV trail 980 Cove Rd. Gore, VA 22637 (540) 858-2882 Many miles of marked hiking and biking trails, including the multi-state Tuscarora Trail (see Potomac App. Trail Club map L and map F) Numerous access points in SW Frederick County (888) 265-0019 •

Fishing lake, indoor/outdoor pools, pavilions, playgrounds, disc golf, and more 1001 E. Cork St. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4946

Lake Frederick

117 acre lake with fishing pier, boat launch, bait and tackle shop, and walking trail 1 Lake Frederick Dr. White Post, VA 22633 (540) 248-9360

36 dynamic golf holes with six sets of tees on each hole; a course distinctive for rock and water 365 Rock Harbor Drive Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 722-7111 More than horseback tours, these trail rides follow the foothills and ridges of the beautiful northern Shenandoah Valley. Available year-round, call for reservations. 564 Glaize Orchard Road Winchester, VA 22603 (540) 678-8501 Fishing lake, pavilions, playgrounds, outdoor pool, disc golf, hiking, and mountain biking trails 255 Lakeview Circle Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 665-5678

Shenandoah Miniature Golf

18 hole miniature golf course also offering night time golfing with glow-in-the-dark balls 154 Gainesboro Rd. Gainesboro, VA 22603 (540) 336-3758

Third Winchester Battlefield Path

A 5-mile walking/biking path on battlefield land with interpretive signage, scenic views, and visitor center 541 Redbud Road Winchester, VA 22603 (540) 667-2754 / (540) 667-2820

VA State Arboretum/Blandy Farm

Free and open 365 days a year, this living museum features plants and trees from around the world, walking trails, picnic area, wetlands, and a 300-tree ginkgo grove 400 Blandy Farm Lane Boyce, VA 22620 (540) 837-1758

Wagon Wheel Ranch

Experience good ol’ fashioned western hospitality at this ranch offering horseback riding with spectacular scenery and experienced guides 5522 Cedar Creek Grade Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 868-9427


Winchester Naturally

Winchester Green Circle

A walking/biking route connecting historic sites, natural areas, and tourist destinations 1001 E. Cork St. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4946

Nearby Shenandoah National Park Sky Meadows

Winchester Royals Baseball

Spend a summer evening at the ballpark watching the collegiate, wooden bat Valley Baseball League play at Bridgeforth Field 1001 E. Cork Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4466 3/8 mile dirt track with racing on Saturday nights, March-October 950 Airport Road Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 667-8143

Winchester Storm Basketball

This semi-professional basketball team is part of the American Professional Basketball League 425 Handley Blvd. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 327-8914 (Trussell)

Winchester Speedway




Just a short drive...

we are only 30 minutes from Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, the Appalachian Trail, Sky Meadows State Park, and the Shenandoah River. Experience scenic vistas, waterfall hikes, canoeing, tubing, and more. 13

where to SHOP

Creekside Station

Shop, dine, or stroll along brick sidewalks, and enjoy the best of both worlds: Main Street friendliness and city sophistication 106 Creekside Lane Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 667-2479


Furniture, art, antiques, jewelry, soaps, and a wide selection of crafts from around the world 116 N Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 425-4999

Eugene B. Smith Gallery

Local artist Eugene Smith’s gallery showcases watercolors and etchings of local scenes, seascapes, and a separate body of work in an Asian style 25 N Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 667-6190

Flavor Pourfection

Enjoy tasting over 50 flavors of skillfully crafted extra virgin olives and aged balsamic vinegars bottled on site, as well as sample many local Virginia products such as honey, chocolates, jams and more 27 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-POUR (7687)

Old Town Winchester


Apple Blossom Mall

A fun boutique specializing in sterling silver jewelry, artisan jewelry, stationery, cards, books, handbags, wallets, and more - stay up to date with current fashion trends and while staying under budget 28 W Piccadilly Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 722-2669

Tin Top Art & Handmade

Located on Winchester’s Old Town Pedestrian Mall, Tin Top features carefully selected contemporary art and handmade goods by independent artists and crafters from around the United States 130 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (703) 999-2997

Total Image & Workingman’s Store

Runners’ Retreat

A traveling art market and gallery space at Bright Buzz cowork inside Bright Center 9 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (407) 353-9074

Over 90 stores, specialty merchants and restaurants 1850 Apple Blossom Drive Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 665-0201

Blue Plate Books

Silver Cloud Jewelry


Simply Charming

Historic district with two-block pedestrian mall features an eclectic blend of boutiques, antiques, fine furnishings, art, and clothing Loudoun Street between Cork and Piccadilly Streets Old Town Welcome Center at 33 E. Boscawen Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 535-3660 Carrying a variety of top brands for running and walking, with experts on staff to assist you: apparel, accessories, and more 135 N Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 665-8394

Serving up a healthy helping of good used books at Blue Plate Special prices - browse 50,000 books in 3,500 square feet 2257 Valley Avenue Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-6657


Featuring American jewelry artists creating inspired pieces in sterling silver and semi-precious stones you will treasure for a lifetime 115 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 722-2099

Total Image features a unique mixture of western and work wear clothing, jeans, shoes, and gifts 325 W Boscawen Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-2263

WAM! Winchester Art Market

White House Country Store

Get a taste of Winchester at this shop offering locally made White House products and Blue Smoke Salsa, as well as many other Virginia made treats! Souvenirs, gifts, home decor, primitives, and more 204 S. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 504-7989

eat & DRINK


With over 200 restaurants,

there is certainly something to satisfy every taste. Below is just a sampling of what we have to offer. See our website at for even more options. Metro Restaurant and Pizzeria

“Best kept secret in Kernstown” Metro Pizzeria offers a wide variety of foods from pizza, pasta, salads and more 3103 Valley Avenue Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 678-3800

Espresso Bar and Café

Come enjoy freshly brewed coffee, espresso beverages, teas; assorted pastries, soup and sandwiches - great atmosphere and free wifi offered to guests 165 N Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 686-7209 Find us on Facebook

George’s Food & Spirits

Located at the George Washington Hotel, this relaxed and comfortable tavern serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner - a full bar features a large selection of craft beer 103 E. Piccadilly Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 678-4700


The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille

The Greene Turtle is your neighborhood hangout - a comfortable, fun, and family-friendly environment 185 Kernstown Commons Boulevard Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 508-4164

Virginia Oyster Trail Winchester may be a distance from the shore, but we boast the first inland restaurant on the Virginia Oyster Trail - George’s Food & Spirits.


Brewbaker’s Restaurant

Brewbaker’s provides a relaxing, casual environment with a large menu ranging from burgers and steaks to soups and pastas. “We don’t aim to re-invent the wheel, only make familiar food better.” 168 N Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 535-0111


eat & DRINK


One Block West

At One Block West, each dish is a unique and passionate blending of inspiration and opportunity - specializing in seafood, game, local cheeses, vegetarian fare, and wild mushrooms 25 S. Indian Alley Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-1455

Sweet NOLA’s

“Southern food lounge” New Orleans breezes & New South cuisine meet with a dash of music 688 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 667-6652 SWEET NOLA’S


Thai Winchester (Two Locations)

Village Square

Village Market Bistro

Coffee & Ice Cream

Thai Winchester offers authentic and delicious thai cuisine - Loudoun Street location features patio seating and full bar 24 S. Loudoun Street and 2166 S. Pleasant Valley Road Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 678-0055 / (540) 535-2233 This European-American bistro has a comfortable and friendly atmosphere with patio seating, 300 craft beers, and over 100 wines 2 S. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 313-4680 VILLAGE SQUARE

Contemporary American cuisine with an international flair - Village Square offers a unique atmosphere with a piano bar, lounge, and several private dining rooms 103 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 667-8961

Warm up or cool down with a treat at our growing number of unique, local coffee shops and ice cream parlors. Check out our blog for more info!


beer, wine &


Sip hard cider from local apples, relax at a winery, or check out our newly emerging craft beer scene. Escutcheon Brewing

Local brewery and taproom Open Thursday-Sunday 142 W. Commercial St. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 773-3042

Garofalo Artisan Liquers

Craft liqueur maker producing flavorful and unique liqueurs Tours and tastings Saturdays, 12-5pm 830 N. Kent Street, Suite 4 Winchester, VA 22601 (703) 408-2776

James Charles Winery

Enjoy wine tastings with mountain views Open daily, year-round 4063 Middle Rd. Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 931-4386

Murphy Beverage Company

Winchester’s original craft beer store, open since 1997 - is located on the Old Town Mall, and offers hard to find craft beers and boutique wines 167 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 723-9719


Valerie Hill Vineyard and Winery

Farm winery with historic tasting house Open daily, year-round 1687 Marlboro Road Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 869-9567

Wicked Oak Farms & Vineyard

Working farm and vineyard with tastings and live music Open Friday-Sunday, seasonally 2121 S. Pifer Road Star Tannery, VA 22654 (571) 201-2963

Winchester Brew Works

Cozy nanobrewery in Old Town opening Spring 2016 320 N. Cameron St. Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 692-9242


Winchester Ciderworks

Handcrafted Virginia hard cider Open seasonally, Saturday-Sunday 12-5pm 2502 North Frederick Pike Winchester, VA 22603 (540) 550-3800


maps &


Winchester-Frederick County is convenient to three major airports and a regional airport.

Nearby Airports

• Baltimore Washington International Airport – 100 miles • Dulles International Airport – 50 miles • Reagan National Airport – 80 miles • Winchester Regional Airport – 2 miles

Winchester Public Transit System

(540) 662-3982





To Berkeley Springs, WV To Martinsburg, WV

Star Fort

Third Winchester Battlefield

To Romney, WV

To Berryville, VA

To Middleburg, VA

Cedar Creek and Belle Grove NHP

Lake Frederick

Visitor Contact Station

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POW/MIA Memorial and Korean War Memorial


where to stay



Inns and Bed & Breakfasts Herds Inn at Hedgebrook Farm

Log home vacation rental located on a working dairy farm 690 Shady Elm Rd. Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 323-1472

The Inn at Vaucluse Spring

Romantic getaway boasting 15 guest rooms and cottages on over 44 acres 231 Vaucluse Spring Lane Stephens City, VA 22655 (540) 869-0200

Nancy Shepherd House

Jumping Rocks Photography

Old Waterstreet Inn

Bed and breakfast in a grand old home in the historic district 217 W. Boscawen Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 665-6777

Pembroke Springs Retreat

Campgrounds Battle of Cedar Creek Campground

RV and tent camping situated along Cedar Creek, great for fishing and canoeing 8950 Valley Pike Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 869-1888

Japanese inspired lodge on 175 scenic acres with traditional Japanese baths fed by a natural spring 6238 Wardensville Grade Star Tannery, VA 22654 (540) 877-2600

Candy Hill Campground

Wayside Inn

The Cove Campground

Three room inn with optional breakfast located in the historic district 618 S. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 247-5073

Historic inn, tavern, and restaurant hosting travelers since 1797 7783 Main Street Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 869-1797



Pull-through RV sites, rental golf carts, swimming pool, camp store, and WiFi 165 Ward Avenue Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 662-8010 3,000 acres with 3 lakes, boating, fishing, shooting range, ATV trails, and cabins 980 Cove Road Gore, VA 22637 (540) 858-2882







1055 Millwood Pike


(540) 678-8899

Exit 313

Best Western-Lee Jackson

711 Millwood Ave


(540) 662-4154

Exit 313

Candlewood Suites

1135 Millwood Pike


(540) 667-8323

Exit 313

Comfort Inn

1601 Martinsburg Pike


(540) 667-8894

Exit 317

Comfort Inn Stephens City

167 Town Run Lane

Stephens City

(540) 869-6500

Exit 307

Country Inn and Suites

141 Kernstown Commons Blvd Winchester

(540) 869-7657

Exit 310

Courtyard by Marriott

300 Marriott Drive


(540) 678-8822

Exit 310 (northbound), Exit 317 (southbound)

Econo Lodge North

1593 Martinsburg Pike


(540) 662-4700

Exit 317

Econo Lodge Inn & Suites

91 Reliance Road


(540) 868-1800

Exit 302

Fairfield Inn & Suites

250 Front Royal Pike


(540) 665-8881

Exit 313

George Washington Hotel

103 East Piccadilly Street


(540) 678-4700

Exit 315

Hampton Inn North

1204 Berryville Avenue


(540) 678-4000

Exit 315

Hampton Inn University/Mall Area

1655 Apple Blossom Drive


(540) 667-8011

Exit 313

Hilton Garden Inn

120 Wingate Drive


(540) 722-8881

Holiday Inn Historic Gateway

333 Front Royal Pike


Holiday Inn Express & Suites

142 Fox Ridge Lane

Holiday Inn Express







• •

Exit 313

(540) 667-3300

Exit 313


(540) 667-7050

Exit 310 (northbound), Exit 316 (southbound)

165 Town Run Lane

Stephens City

(540) 869-0909

Exit 307

Motel 6

2951 Valley Avenue


(540) 667-1200

Exit 310

Red Roof Inn

991 Millwood Pike


(540) 667-5000

Exit 313

Sleep Inn & Suites

140 Costello Drive


(540) 667-7636

Exit 313

Super 8

1077 Millwood Pike


(540) 665-4450

Exit 313

TownePlace Suites

170 Getty Lane


(540) 722-2722

Exit 315


160 Front Royal Pike


(540) 665-0685

Exit 313

Wingate Inn

150 Wingate Drive


(540) 678-4283

Exit 313

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special EVENTS

Never a dull moment...

Check our website at for details on these events and more!


*Event tickets sold at the Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center

April Historic Garden Week Tours* Late April Local Homes and Gardens

Art at the Mill

Late April - Early May and October Burwell-Morgan Mill

Bloomin’ Wine Fest Late April Old Town Winchester

Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival

Late April - Early May Winchester-Frederick County

May Garden Fair

Mother’s Day Weekend in May State Arboretum of Virginia 22

June “Of Ale and History” Beer Festival Mother’s Day Weekend in May Belle Grove Plantation

Apple Blossom Antique Car Show Second Weekend in May Jim Barnett Park


Second Weekend in May Old Town Winchester

North-South Skirmish Association National Competition Third Weekend of May & First Weekend of October Fort Shenandoah

Newtown Heritage Festival

Garden Fest

First Saturday in June Belle Grove Plantation

Gathering of Civil War Eagles

First weekend in June Old Court House Civil War Museum

Virginia Herb Festival Second weekend in June Backroom Brewery

Hop Blossom Craft Beer Festival Mid-June Old Town Winchester

Memorial Day Weekend Main Street, Stephens City


Loudoun Street Mile

Winchester Blues House Festival

Memorial Day Old Town Winchester

July Eagles Outdoor Pavilion


Peach Festival


Rockin’ Independence Eve July 3 Old Town Winchester

4th of July at Sherando Park

Second Saturday in August Marker-Miller Orchards

Winchester Greek Festival

Third Weekend in August Greek Orthodox Church

Peach Festival

Third Sunday in August Richard’s Fruit Market

July 4 Sherando Park

Shenandoah Valley TasteFest

Middletown’s 4th of July Parade & Celebration

Belle Grove Wine Festival

July 4 Historic Middletown

Frederick County Fair

4th Saturday in August Museum of the Shenandoah Valley Fourth Saturday in August Belle Grove Plantation GARDENS AT NIGHT

popular event series First Fridays Art Walk

First Friday, every month except January & May, 6-9pm Old Town Winchester

Friday Night Live

Select Fridays, June-August, 5:30pm Old Town Winchester

Gardens at Night

Second Friday, June-September, 6-9pm Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

Bluemont Concert Series Fridays, June-August, 7:30pm Old Town Winchester

Family Movies on the Mall

Thursdays in the Summer, 8:45pm Old Town Winchester PEACH FESTIVAL

Last week in July Frederick County Fairgrounds

August Route 11 Yard Crawl

Second Saturday in August Stephens City to New Market


special EVENTS

Courtesy Winchester Main Street Foundation





Patsy Cline Music Festival*

Apple Harvest Festival

Battlefield Half Marathon

Skyline Indie Film Festival

Apple Harvest Festival


OctoBeer Fest

Late November/Early December Abram’s Delight, Stonewall Jackson’s Headquarters, and George Washington’s Office

Labor Day Weekend Various locations

September Multiple Locations in Winchester

Celebración of Winchester Mid-late September Old Town Winchester

Columbus Day weekend in October Marker-Miller Orchards Third weekend in October Richard’s Fruit Market

Third Weekend in October Old Town Winchester

Shenandoah Valley Apple Harvest Festival

Anniversary Re-Enactment of the Battle of Cedar Creek

Tri-State Antique Truck Show

Pumpkin Festival

Third Weekend in September Frederick County Fairgrounds Late September Frederick County Fairgrounds

Third weekend in October Cedar Creek Battlefield

Fourth weekend in October Marker-Miller Orchards CLEARBROOK PARK

Early November Kernstown Battlefield

Candlelight Tours of Museums

Walking in a Winter Wonderland Friday after Thanksgiving - January Clearbrook Park

Old Town Christmas Parade Monday following Thanksgiving Old Town Winchester

Holiday House Tours*

First Full Weekend in December Historic Homes in Winchester

Holly Jolly Celebration Mid-December Old Town Winchester

Christmas Tours

Throughout December Belle Grove Plantation

First Night Winchester* 24

December 31 Multiple Locations in Winchester

The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival® is a series of more than forty events that takes place at the end of April, early May each year. Included are: Dances, Parades, Carnival, Dinners, Luncheons, a 10K Race, the iconic Coronation of Queen Shenandoah, Firefighters’ Events, Band Competitions, and Celebrities. The Festival is an event the whole family can enjoy! Some of our featured events include: • United Bank Bloomin’ Wine Fest • Valley Health Business at the Bloom featured speaker MARY MCDUFFIE • Anthony’s Pizza Weekend in the Park • Grand Feature Parade presented by Washington Area Chevy Dealers • Firefighters’ Parade presented by Walmart • Ram Truck Country Music Party featuring PARMALEE • Grove’s Winchester Harley Davidson Thursday Night Live ‘70s Dance featuring the RIGHT ON BAND • ‘80s Dance Party featuring RUBIX KUBE • Shenandoah Ford Bluegrass Festival featuring DAILEY & VINCENT

Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival® 135 N. Cameron St. Winchester, VA 22601

(540) 662-3863

Download the official Festival app


guided & self-guided


and Trolley Tours... Sightseeing Trolley Tour - June 11, 2016, 10am Civil War Weekend Trolley Tour - August 19, 2016, 6pm. See the Guided Tours page at for more information.

Guided Tours

Cedar Creek Battlefield Guided Driving Tour - FREE

Two hour tour guided by a National Park Service Ranger June - October • 1st Fridays, 2pm* (*Additional tours offered regularly) Meet at the National Park Service Visitor Contact Station, 7712 Main St, Middletown (540) 869-3051

Kernstown Battlefield Guided Walking Tour - FREE

May - October • 3rd Saturdays, 11am & 1pm Meet at Battlefield, 610 Battle Park Drive, Winchester (540) 869-2896

Old Town Winchester History & Civil War Walking Tours - $5

May - October • Every Friday*, 6pm (*Not offered June 3, July 15, Aug. 19, Oct. 14) Meet guide at the Kurtz Building, 2 N. Cameron Street, Winchester For reservations, call (540) 542-1326

Stephens City History & Civil War Walking Tours - $5

June - October • 4th Saturdays, 10:30 am Meet guide at the Newtown History Center, 5408 Main Street, Stephens City For reservations, call (540) 869-1700 26

Middletown History & Civil War Walking Tours - FREE

June - October • 2nd Saturdays, 5pm Meet the National Park Service Ranger at the intersection of Main & First Street, Middletown For reservations, call (540) 869-3051

Self-Guided Mobile Tours Like to explore on your own? Check out our tours for mobile devices. Choose from one of seven tours, all available for FREE!

Geocaching Tours Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity that uses GPS units to location hidden containers. Winchester-Frederick County offers many opportunities for geocaching, including:

• A Historical Tour of Winchester • Winchester-Frederick County Civil War Geo-Trail • Gadget Caches of Winchester Frederick County

Visit our website’s Outdoor Recreation page, stop by the Visitors Center at 1400 S. Pleasant Valley Road, or call (540) 542-1326 for more information.

There are two ways to access the tours: Download the iTour Mobile app from the iTunes store, or Google Play. Don’t want to download the app? You can also view the tours on our website (visitwinchesterva. com) on the Self-Guided Tours page.

Mobile Tours Include: • Discover Winchester Frederick County • Walking Washington’s Winchester • Follow the Apple Trail • Battle for Winchester • Crazy for Patsy Cline • The Wilderness Road • Family-Friendly Fun

Stop by the Visitors Center... For additional tour

brochures on History & Architecture, Patsy Cline, African-American History, George Washington, and more.

Bright Box

35 restaurants | 60 shops

Bright Box is a dynamic performance & event venue with state-of-the-art sound, lighting, and projection equipment. Recognized as one of the 50 Best Small Music Venues in America, Bright Box showcases some of the best live music, comedy, and entertainment in the area and is a superb venue for weddings, private parties, fundraising events, and more.

15 N. Loudoun St. Winchester, VA 22601

Village Square Restaurant and V2 Piano Bar 103 N Loundoun Street, Winchester, Virginia 540 667 8961 Monday-Saturday: 11:30 - 10 Sunday 11:30 - 8

4 museums | events & more Market Bistro

over 300 craft beers and over 100 wines 2 South Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA 540 313 4680 Monday-Saturday: 11 - 9 / Sunday 9 - 9

Two Locations in Winchester!

Authentic Thai Cuisine

Stop by the Old Town Welcome Center at 33 E. Boscawen Street for self-guided tours and visitor information.

• Fine Dining • Patio Dining • Carry-Out • Catering • Free Delivery

7 Days a Week 11am-10pm

Thai Winchester I 24 S. Loudoun St. On the Old Town Mall 540-678-0055 Thai Winchester II 2166 S. Pleasant Valley Rd. Around the corner from Kohls 540-535-2233

Winner of People’s Choice Award


Primitives • Home décor • Bath & Body Cards & Stationery • Gift Baskets Floral • Candles • White House products & souvenirs • Winchester souvenirs Novelty Food & Candy, and more! 204 S. Loudoun St. (540) 504-7989 Open Mon-Sat 10-5, Closed Sun January-March: Open Tues-Sat 10-5

325 West Boscawen St. Winchester, VA 22601 540.662.2263

Store Hours Mon.-Sat. 9:30am-8pm Sun. 12-5pm

ECLECTIC Offering something for everybody Polish pottery, French Provence tablecloths, Antiques, Art, Furniture & Jewelry


116 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601

hair . skin . nails

Massage Therapy

Country Music Legend PATSY CLINE HISTORIC HOUSE 608 S. Kent Street, Winchester, Virginia

With outdoor seating and a family and pet friendly environment, Brewbaker’s is “The place to come and slow down” 168 N. Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA  (540) 535-0111

Patsy Cline resided in this modest house from 19481957. She lived here when she won Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts national television competition singing “Walkin’ After Midnight.” Visit the Pasty Cline Historic House to witness the story of Patsy’s early years.

Open: April 1- October 31 (Tues-Sat 10am -4pm; Sun 1-4pm) Last tour starts at 3:15pm. Groups welcome, call ahead for groups larger than 15


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STORE HOURS Mon-Fri: 10-6, Sat: 10-5, Sun: Noon-4 | (540) 722-2669 28 West Piccadilly Street Historic Downtown Winchester, VA

Join us for an annual celebration of Patsy Cline’s musical legacy in her hometown. Family-friendly events. Date: Labor Day Weekend 540.662.5555


Korean KoreanWar WarMemorial


Dedicated July 20, 2013, it honors men KIA and ex-POWs from this region. Five pairs of bronze boots are a unique feature. Commemorative bricks line the floor of this new Memorial built by Shenandoah Valley Chapter #313, Korean War Veterans Association.

Memorial Dedication

Jim BarnettPark Park, Winchester Jim Barnett

July 20, 2013

Proud home of the Winchester

POW/MIA Memorial Built in 2005 to honor and recognize those Virginia soldiers, airmen, sailors and marines, who through their military service to their country, and their status as a POW-MIA, have yet to come home. Now supported by the Jim Burkins Memorial Memorial Fund. May we never forget the sacrifices of the POW-MIAs.


1001 E. Cork Street, Winchester, VA 22601 (540) 662-4946 |

Visit Shenandoah

Shenandoah Conservatory

There’s always something happening at Shenandoah Conservatory!



336 Belle Grove Road Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 869-2028 Open for tours March-December See our event listings in the “Events” section

Near Winchester’s Historic District Complimentary Hot Breakfast Exercise Facility • Outdoor Pool Meeting Facilities • WiFi Pet Friendly • On-Site Denny’s Restaurant

1601 Martinsburg Pike, Winchester (540) 667-8894

The Inn at

Vaucluse Spring A Romantic Retreat in the Shenandoah Valley

Bring this ad in and tell your server “Winchester Rocks! “ for a FREE cup of our famous New Orleans style red beans and rice!

688 N. Loudoun Street Winchester, VA 22601 540-667-NOLA

Fifteen Luxurious Rooms and Private Cottages Fireplaces, Jacuzzi Tubs, Fine Dining Restaurant Over 44 Acres with an Abundant Spring-fed Pond 231 Vaucluse Spring Lane Stephens City, VA 22655

(800) 869-0525

Go to our website or Facebook for Directions.



Cove Campground

Camping | Swimming | Hiking ATV Trails | Fishing | Boating | Cabins Hot Showers | Target Range 3,000 Mountain Acres & 100 Campsites 3 Large Spring-fed Lakes 12 miles west of Winchester, VA 80 minutes from Washington, DC

980 Cove Road, Gore, VA 22637 (540) 858-2882 •


of a wagon road settlement founded during the French and Indian War by early Shenandoah Valley pioneers, its importance in the old Virginia freight wagon industry, its role in the Civil War, and much more.

(540) 869-1700

5408 Main St., Stephens City, VA I-81, Exit 307 Call or visit website for hours


• Weddings & Private Events • Music & Art Festivals • Workshops & Retreats • Herb Identification Walks • CSA & Produce Stand from (June-Oct.) 750 Merrimans Ln. Winchester, VA 22601 540-398-0511 Find us on Facebook


One of the Shenandoah Valley’s oldest homes… is now home to one of the Valley’s premier wineries. Acres of gardens, galleries and exhibitions, Glen Burnie House, and Museum Store. FREE to ages 12 and under. Open Tuesday–Sunday. 901 Amherst Street Winchester, VA 22601 540-662-1473, ext. 235 901 Amherst Street


Winchester, VA 22601

540-662-1473, ext. 235 n

Hike the trails, tour the battlefield Attend the Reenactment Events in 2016:


June 4-5, 2016: Revolutionary War Events July 22-24, 2016: The Battle of 1st Bull Run (1st Manassas), held at Cedar Creek Battlefield in Middletown, Virginia October 15-16, 2016: The Battle of Cedar Creek 8437 Valley Pike, Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 869-2064 Kids Civil War Day Camp: June 18, 2016 Also visit Hupp’s Hill Civil War Park & Museum 33229 Old Valley Pike, Strasburg, VA 22657 (540) 465-5884 / /

Vineyard & & Winery Winery Vineyard Vineyard &• Winery 1687 Marlboro Rd. • Stephens City, VA 540-869-9567 Open Daily •

Winchester Frederick County Historical Society F

The Society maintains five museums all located in beautiful Winchester, Virginia. Offices located in Hollingsworth Mill 1340 S. Pleasant Valley Road • Winchester, VA 22601



3035 3035 Cedar CedarCreek Creek Grade Grade ••Winchester, Winchester,VA VA22602 22602 (540) (540) 662-1391 662-1980 June October: M-F 9:00-6:00 Open-June 1st – December 23rd and Sat. 9:00-5:00 Open Sundays in Sept. & Oct:12:00-5:00 M-F 9:00 am - 6:00 pm and Sat. 9:00 am - 5:00 pm November: 9:00-5:00 and Sat. 9:00-4:00 September &M-F October, Sundays 12:00 pm-5:00 pm December: call for hours Come enjoy enjoy aa day day in in the the country! country! Come


A full restaurant menu and service to your seat!

• 20 varieties of apples to select from & some varieties • 20 varieties of apples to select from & some varieties are Pick-Your-Own 3035 Cedar Creek Grade * Winchester, VA 22602 Pick-Your-Own • are Fresh baked pies, cakes, breads and our “Famous (540) 662-1980 • Fresh baked pies, cakes, breads and our “Famous Apple Cider Donuts” Open July 1st– Dec 23rd Apple Cider Assorted JamsDonuts” and Jellies • Peaks of Otter Fruit Wines M-F 9am-6pm and•Sat. 9am-5pm •• Assorted Jams and Jellies • Peaks of Otter Fruit Wines Sept. & Oct. Sundays 12pm-5pm Picnic Areas • “Kiddieland” • On Farm Experience

• Picnic Areas • “Kiddieland” • On Farm Experience Come enjoy a day in country! Visit for directions, fruit -20 varieties of apples to selectVisit fromvegetable & some varieties areand festival dates. for directions, and availability, fruit and vegetable availability, and festival dates. Pick-Your-Own -Fresh baked pies, cakes, breads and our “Famous

eek Grade * Winchester, VA 22602 Apple Cider Donuts” (540) 662-1980

-Assorted Jams and Jellies -Peaks of Otter Fruit Wines

en July 1st– Dec 23rd -Picnic Areas -“Kiddieland” -On Farm Experience m-6pm and Sat. 9am-5pm & Oct. SundaysVisit 12pm-5pm for directions, fruit and vegetable

njoy a day in the country!

availability, and festival dates.

181 Kernstown Commons Blvd, Winchester, VA 22602

les to select from & some varieties are Pick-Your-Own es, cakes, breads and our “Famous Apple Cider Donuts” d Jellies -Peaks of Otter Fruit Wines “Kiddieland” -On Farm Experience

(540) 313-4060 | I-81 Exit 310, Next to Country Inn & Suites for directions, fruit and vegetable ailability, and festival dates.

A warm

State Arboretum of Virginia


is only the beginning.

At the University of Virginia’s Historic

What’s it like to Be Our Guest? It’s a taste of the charming and historic Shenandoah Valley, with all the comforts of home. It’s feeling free to borrow a book from our library, or relax in the pool. It’s breakfast that’s always free, and a smiling staff that’s always ready to help. But most of all, it’s feeling like you’re a guest in our home.

Gardens • Native Plants • Walking Trails Open Dawn to Dusk, 365 Days a Year

141 Kernstown Commons Blvd, Winchester, VA 22602 I-81 Exit 310, Next to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (540) 869-7657 |


400 Blandy Farm Lane • Boyce VA 22620 540-837-1758

Come for a day in the country! Visit Rinker Orchards for the purest apple cider and spend some time among our trees pick your own apples! Ida Red - Golden Delicious - Rome Red Delicious - Nittany - York

A family-friendly neighborhood restaurant with a casual atmosphere and 50 flat screen TV's. Explore an exciting menu featuring fresh burgers, tacos, salads, soups, wraps, kids meals, entrees, and The Greene Turtle's signature crab dip, crab cake sandwiches and hand-breaded chicken tenders.

Open Labor Day through Columbus Day daily, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

For more information, call (540) 869-1499 Find us on Facebook!

Rinker Orchards, Inc. 1156 Marlboro Road Stephens City, VA 22655


Rock Harbor is for Golf Lo ers 365 Rock Harbor Drive • Winchester VA • 22602 • (540) 722-7111 •

Trolley Trips • Special Events • Cable TV • WiFi 103 Landscaped and Level Sites Pull-Through Sites • Pets Welcome Clean Bath House with A/C • Off Leash Dog Run Large Swimming Pool • Rental Bikes • Rental Golf Carts

(540) 662-5198

103 East Piccadilly Street Winchester, Virginia 22601


• • • • • • • • • •

90 Luxury Guestrooms and Suites Roman Inspired Pool George’s Food & Spirits Restaurant The Half Note Lobby Bar Room Service & Valet Available Weddings & Corporate Meetings Saumaj Health Spa Christian Caine Jewelers George Washington Wedding Chapel Located in Historic Downtown •

FREE Wi-Fi • FREE parking FREE continental breakfast & coffee bar • Pets stay FREE Kids 17 & under stay FREE Red Roof Winchester 991 Millwood Pike Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 667-5000 34

For reservations: or 800.RED.ROOF | (800) 733-7663

style at a steal

Experience the New Twist in Travel! WXYZ Bar • Re:mix Lounge • Splash Pool • Free WiFi • Re:charge Gym Re:fuel24/7 Pantry • Tactic Meeting Space • In-Touch Terminals 1055 Millwood Pike Winchester, VA 22602 (540) 678-8899

Enjoy all the Comforts of Home

1135 Millwood Pike Winchester, VA 22602 Full Kitchen Suites | Free High-Speed Internet (540) 667-8323 Fitness Center | Free Washer/Dryer Free DVD/CD Library

A Mid-Scale Hotel with Upscale Amenities

Free High-Speed Internet  |  24 hr Business Center Fitness Center  |  Complimentary HOT Breakfast

150 Wingate Drive, Winchester, VA 22601

For reservations, call (540) 678-4283 or (877) 946-3585

Save more for what you travel for


Motel 6 Winchester 2951 Valley Ave. Winchester, VA 22601 540.667.1200

800-4 MOTEL 6 35

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Attractions, Events, Dining, Lodging, Events, and Things to Do in Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia

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