Patsy Cline Historic House

Walk where Patsy Cline walked, see where she lived, slept and spent her "prime years" while pursuing her music career.

Enjoy a detailed tour of the Patsy Cline Historic House. As she said in one of her songs, "come on in, sit right down, and make yourself at home"

Located in a working-class neighborhood in the City of Winchester, Virginia, this modest house was the residence of country music legend Patsy Cline (1932-63), who lived here from the ages of 16 to 21, when she married Gerald Cline. Patsy resided here from 1948-53, longer than at any other house associated with her in the Winchester and Nashville areas, and she returned to it intermittently until her singing career began in 1957.

Cline was the first solo female singer to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1960, and the first woman to be inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1973. "Crazy," one of Patsy's best-known songs written by Willie Nelson, continues to be the number one jukebox hit of all time.

Seasonal Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10am to 4pm, Sunday 12-4pm, last  tour begins at 3:30pm
Length of tours – 30 to 45 minutes, allows for guided tour and gift shop

Fees

 Adults: $6, Seniors (65 and older): $5, Youth (ages 11-18): $4 Military and under age 10: FREE