Winchester's newest Civil War museum, located in the historic 1840 courthouse. The courthouse served as a prison and a hospital to both Northern and Southern troops. Soldiers from both sides wrote their names on the walls. The museum remembers these soldiers and tells their stories through the equipment they carried, photographs of the period, and the weapons and ammunition they used. Exhibit contains graffiti from captured soldiers and a nationally recognized collection of relics. Conveniently located on the Old Town Pedestrian Mall, next to unique shops and great dining. Come be a "Witness to War" at the Old Court House Civil War Museum. Open year-round, Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 1pm - 5pm.
Admission Fee: $3 (free 4 &under)
Last Updated: 3/15/2005 3:06 PM