Due to COVID-19 precautions, the Visitors Center is currently closed to the public. Staff is available by phone at (540) 542-1326. Visitors may call for information. We are happy to put together brochures, maps, and information to be picked up outside our doors. At this time, we plan to reopen with safety precautions in place on June 1.
Make the Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center your first stop! Helpful, friendly travel counselors will assist you with making reservations, provide you with driving directions, and answer all your questions. Pick up brochures, maps, and souvenirs too! Our parking lot offers ample parking, with room for motorcoaches and RVs.
Open daily from 9 am until 5 pm*
1400 S. Pleasant Valley Road
Winchester, VA 22601
(540) 542-1326 or (877) 871-1326
CLOSED: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day
Need help finding us? Visit our Map & Directions.
Civil War Orientation Center
The Civil War Orientation Center is located in the Visitors Center. It is a wonderful starting place for those seeking an overview of Winchester-Frederick County’s Civil War experience. www.shenandoahatwar.org
Visitors may watch a short introductory video on Winchester-Frederick County in our media room.
Browse our gift shop for books, apparel, food items, local beer and wine, postcards, and other souvenirs and local products. Virginia is for Lovers merchandise is available. We also have plenty of items for Civil War buffs and Patsy Cline fans.
Becoming Patsy Cline Exhibition
The Visitors Center’s exhibit space features Becoming Patsy Cline, an exhibition on Winchester’s native daughter and country music icon.
It is a partnership between the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, the Winchester-Frederick County Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. The exhibition tells the story of Patsy’s early years.
Picnic Area, Pet and Family Friendly Amenities Nearby
Bring your lunch and enjoy our patio seating and umbrellas overlooking Rouss Spring. The Visitors Center adjoins Jim Barnett Park and Wilkins Lake, with picnic tables, playgrounds, and walking trails to stretch your legs after a long car ride.