|Stonewall Jackson made Winchester his winter headquarters between November 1861 and March 1862.
He was much beloved by the townspeople.
|Winchester’s historic homes and churches offer
gorgeous details such as this door knob.
|Historic Victorian homes such as this one fill the neighborhoods adjacent the oldest part of Winchester.|
|Mount Hebron Cemetery holds four cemeteries, church ruins, and a lot of history!|
|The Veterans Cemetery at Winchester is a place of peace for the former Union Troops
and veterans of all subsequent wars.
|The ruins of the Old Lutheran Church offer an interesting backdrop to the residents of Mount Hebron Cemetery.|
|Winchester buildings sport a number of interesting weather vans!|
|The main street of Winchester is now a pedestrian mall and offers cool restaurants
and interesting boutiques to browse. Definitely a fun destination!!
|Winchester’s historic properties retain many of their original, Victorian-era features,
such as this detail on a fence.
|Interesting detail on the coach house of Glen Burnie House; the
Museum of the Shenandoah Valley is now on the grounds of the estate.