Winchester: Attractions and more...
Winchester is a historic site in Virginia State. It is famous for the annual festival of Shenandoah Apple Blossom. This festival has been taking place in the city since 1924.
Nearly 250, 000 people in and around the city visit it during the festival. The biggest attraction is the carnival and fireman's parade in this festival. Visitors can take part in dance parties and other fun activities in this festival.
The city holds several historical sites. Most of these structures date back to the 18th century. Abram's Delight is the 1754 built house and is the oldest house in Winchester.
The Office Museum of George Washington possesses a beautiful stony structure. Visitors can see the memorabilia of the Civil War in this museum.
Glen Burnie house is a historical site. Visitors can view the magnificent structure surrounded with lush green landscapes. This is a place worth visiting.
Christ Episcopal Church is a 1745 established church.
Travelers can learn about the history of the city in a better way through several museums in the city.
These include Museum of Shenandoah Valley, Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Museum and National Cemetery of Winchester.
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