Cedar Creek and Belle Grove NHP is a "partnership park," in which the National Park Service works with several Key Partners to create and manage the park and its resources. Free programs and tours by National Park Service rangers are offered.
Cedar Creek Battlefield is the site of the last major battle between Union and Confederate forces in the Shenandoah Valley. Each year, the battlefield hosts a reenactment of the battle on the 3rd weekend of October.
Located in the Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center, the orientation center features an educational video, maps, brochures, and an interactive kiosk.
Kernstown Battlefield is the site of the First and Second Battles of Kernstown. Tours of the battlefield and the Pritchard House on the property are offered seasonally.
This Georgian style 1840 Court House maintains a nationally recognized collection of Civil War artifacts and provides tours of the building. Open year-round.
Located in Mount Hebron Cemetery, Stonewall Cemetery is the resting place for the bodies of 2,575 Confederate soldiers who died in the fields and hospitals of this locality.
305 E. Boscawen Street
This Virginia and National Historic Landmark was used as headquarters by General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson during the winter of 1861-1862.
The preserved portion of this battlefield is open to the public year-round, free of charge. A 5-mile walking/biking trail with signage details the battle that occurred here. Trail maps are available at the Visitors Center, 1400 S. Pleasant Valley Road.Redbud Road
Winchester, VA 22603
Winchester National Cemetery is the final resting place for Union soldiers who fought and died at the battles of Winchester, New Market, Front Royal, Snickers Gap, Harper’s Ferry, Martinsburg, and Romney.
401 National Avenue
Historic Manor Homes
Belle Grove is one of the outstanding historic mansions of the Valley of Virginia. This National Historic Landmark, Virginia Historic Landmark, and historic property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation is the centerpiece of the new Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park.
Part of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, the Glen Burnie Historic House sits on land that Winchester founder James Wood surveyed, claimed, and then settled in 1735. The oldest portions of the house were built by Wood’s son Robert in 1794 and 1797.
901 Amherst Street
This magnificent historic house offers views of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains and nearby Shenandoah River. Long Branch is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and on the Virginia Registry of Historic Homes.
Abram's Delight Museum
Feltner Museum at 9 Court Square
9 Court Square
George Washington used a little log building, now the middle room of George Washington Office Museum, as a military office while Fort Loudoun was being constructed at the north end of town.
Built in 1785, this historic home is open to the public the first Friday of each month beginning in April through November.
The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley interprets the art, history, and culture of the Shenandoah Valley. This regional museum complex also includes a historic house dating to the eighteenth century and six acres of spectacular gardens.
901 Amherst Street
The Newtown History Center offers museum exhibits and tours focusing on the people and events of Stephens City, Virginia's long history.
5408 Main Street
Patsy Cline Historic House
Tour the home of Country Music Legend, Patsy Cline. Patsy Cline’s home offers a window to the famed singer’s early road to stardom.
608 S. Kent Street
A children's museum offering hands-on exhibits and programs that focus on the sciences and mathematics, the humanities, and the arts.
Other Points of Interest
The French & Indian War Foundation preserves and interprets the colonial history of Virginia’s frontier through Winchester’s first Cell Phone Audio Tour. Learn about Colonel George Washington’s pre-Revolutionary War military life as he struggled to defend colonists from the attacks of the French and the Indians.
419 N. Loudoun Street
Take a leisurely stroll along Winchester’s two-block outdoor walking mall. Located in the 45-block National Register Historic District, enjoy history, architecture, shopping, dining, and museums.
Mount Hebron Cemetery is a unique community institution. It is a complex of four adjoining burying grounds embraced within a common enclosure with marked graves dating from 1769.
305 E. Boscawen Street
Korean War Memorial
This memorial was 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.