Stroll Through Old Town Winchester near Hotel's Location
From the solemn sights at Kernstown Battlefield to the award-winning wines in the Shenandoah Valley Wine Country, the Winchester area offers a variety of attractions for every guest to enjoy. You can tour the Belle Grove Plantation, take the kids to the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum and shop in quaint Old Town Winchester. The hotel's location near Shenandoah University is ideal for prospective students, and no one should miss the carnivals, concerts and competitions during the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival each April.Nearby attractions include:
- Belle Grove Plantation (11.8 miles)
Once the home of President James Madison's sister, this historic mansion was fortunate to miss the worst of the Battle of Cedar Creek, which took place on all sides.
Phone: +1 (540) 869-2028
- Kernstown Battlefield (2.1 miles)
For a fascinating glimpse into Civil War military strategy, visit the site of the First and Second Battles of Kernstown.
Phone: +1 (540) 869-2896
- Marker-Miller Farm Market (3.6 miles)
At this farm and market, you can pick your own apples, taste delicious farm products and enjoy a wagon ride through the property.
Phone: +1 (540) 662-1391
- Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (3.8 miles)
The Shenandoah Valley comes alive at this incredible 18th-century historic house, now a museum. The grounds also include acres of beautiful gardens and numerous art and history exhibits from the area's storied past.
Phone: +1 (888) 556-5799
- Old Court House Civil War Museum (3.4 miles)
Numerous historic exhibits from the area's interesting Civil War past are on display at this museum. Pick up a unique souvenir from the on-site gift shop.
Phone: +1 (540) 542-1145
- Old Town Winchester (3.6 miles)
Cafés, specialty shops, quaint walking malls and plenty of family activities are on hand in Old Town Winchester.
- Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival
Don't miss this huge festival, which takes place every April. Kids of all ages love the games, competitions, dances, carnival and concerts that take place annually. The festival is also host to one of the largest firefighter's parades in the world.
Phone: +1 (540) 662-3863
- Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum (3.3 miles)
Kids and parents love visiting the mock emergency room (ER) at this hands-on museum. Visitors can also tour the natural history exhibits, create art and tackle the climbing wall.
Phone: +1 (540) 722-2020
- Shenandoah Valley Wine Country Trail
Explore the Shenandoah Valley while sampling from several participating wineries that produce award-winning wines.
Phone: +1 (540) 436-9463
- Shenandoah University (8 miles)
Founded in 1875 as a seminary, Shenandoah University was recognized as one of America's premier learning centers by U.S. News and World Report's 2011 edition of Best Colleges.
Phone: +1 (800) 432-2266
- Sportsplex (1.4 miles)
This massive indoor sports complex features an artificial turf arena, basketball courts, a gymnasium, a hockey rink and lots of other space for sporting events.
Phone: +1 (540) 868-2200