Winchester's Old School

Abram's Delight is Winchester's oldest home, built in 1754. The log  cabin on the property dates to 1780. A visit to Abram's Delight tells  the story of frontier life in Virginia and the settlement of Winchester  and the Shenandoah Valley. Even though it sits in the middle of our  modern city, visitors can step back in time and imagine what life was  like here over 250 years ago.

Dinosaur Land is the classic roadside attraction. Bring back the  nostalgia of childhood road trips with a visit to the prehistoric past.  It's an inexpensive family attraction that's fun, retro, and has great  photo opportunities!

Patsy Cline's grave in Shenandoah Memorial Park continues to draw  visitors who leave mementoes on a rainy day. The first female solo  artist to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, Patsy's youth  in Winchester can be traced at many locations throughout town, most  notably her home, which opened to the public in 2011.