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This land with earthenworks was the site of the September 19, 1864 Third Battle of Winchester. Roadside markers are near the train tracks.
Frederick County Courthouse
Between September 1755 and December 1756, Washington kept an office in this small log cabin while he supervised the construction of Fort Loudoun. ...
Handley Regional Library and Stewart Bell Jr. Archives
A 315-acre pristine Civil War battlefield with a visitors center, a historic 1854 home (where the Pritchard family huddled in the cellar waiting for ...
Mount Hebron Cemetery
The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) is dedicated to preserving and enriching the cultural life and heritage of the Valley. This regional ...
Old Court House Civil War Museum
Old Stone Presbyterian Church and Daniel Morgan Statue
A vital marketplace for more than 250 years, Old Town Winchester is located within the heart of our 45-block national Register Historic District. ...
Opequon Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
Walk where Patsy Cline walked, see where she lived, slept and spent her "prime years" while pursuing her music career.
Enjoy a detailed ...
The Virginia Chapter 1 of Rolling Thunder, Inc. has established a permanent memorial located in Jim Barnett Park in Winchester. The memorial ...
A marker, situated between the sidewalk and fenced yard desribes the fort and its historical significance, and can be viewed during daylight hours....
The final resting place of 2,575 Confederate soldiers. Located within Mt. Hebron Cemetery.
Hours: Daily from dawn to dusk...
As commander of Confederate forces in the Shenandoah Valley, Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson spent much of the winter and spring of 1861-62 in ...
Third Battle of Winchester walking/biking path complete with interpretive signage....
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