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Winchester boasts some of the most fascinating history in the United States. It was residents of our town who first elected George Washington to public office. During the War Between the States, our city was captured and recaptured more than 70 times. Love country music? Winchester is where Patsy Cline went out “walkin' after midnight.” Today, you can take a driving tour and see where the singer lived, wrote, worked and is buried. Don't forget to tour downtown Winchester, a historic district that boasts an incredible 45 blocks of significant homes, stores, buildings, churches and museums. It's just 1.5 miles from the Hampton Inn® Winchester N/Conference Center hotel. While you're there, check out Washington's Office Museum, the Old Court House Civil War Museum and the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum.
Book your room today at the Hampton Inn hotel in Winchester, and drop by the front desk for tips on how to enjoy all of our local attractions.
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Whatever the reason for your visit, we hope you'll enjoy these fun ways to relax and keep in shape.
Welcome to Winchester, with its pedestrian mall and lots of shops and restaurants.
Visit the Midway & Carnival at the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.
The Discovery Museum was founded with the goal to provide the City of Winchester, with its first interactive center for informal education.
The Apple Blossom Mall features 90 stores, specialty merchants and restaurants.
Apple Blossom Mall
Enjoy baseball, softball, swimming, walking, hiking, picnicing or just enjoy the beauty.
Enjoy the historic plantation and their variety of events throughout the year.
Visit the historic office of George Washington, whose headquarters were stationed in Winchester during the Revolutionary period.
Shenandoah University distinguishes itself by providing opportunities to gain knowledge & develop skills in a collaborative, personalized environment.
Offering five exhibition galleries and Glen Burnie, the home of Winchester's founder, James Wood.
Shenandoah Valley Museum