Begin your cooking tour at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley. Of special interest on the tour will be the two kitchen exhibits, each of a different era in the Shenandoah Valley. Plan ahead to have museum Master Gardener Mary Stickely present a talk about using garden herbs. Tour the beautiful 6 acres of gardens and be sure to visit the gift shop for the new Museum of the Shenandoah Valley cookbook.
Enjoy lunch at One Block West. This restaurant in Old Town Winchester has a menu that changes daily. Local and fresh ingredients are the only options for chef Ed Matthews.
After dinner, you'll venture to Veramar Vineyard. Veramar has scenic views, a relaxing atmosphere, and award-winning wines.
Return to your hotel to relax before heading out to dine on your own in Old Town Winchester. Mix a little history into your tour with a guided walking tour after dinner.
Today's the day for hands-on fun. Put on your apron because we're going cooking! Historic Jordan Springs invites you to partake in a cooking class with their chef. You'll learn by doing at this historic site that was once a fashionable resort known for it's healing springs. The setting is beautiful and the food will be fantastic! Enjoy lunch before setting off for your next adventure.
Belle Grove Plantation invites you to join them for an afternoon tour and tea. This lovely 1797 home has ties to President James Madison. A relaxing tour and tea, along with more specatular views, will make for an enjoyable afternoon.
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