Winchester-Frederick County Historic Society

Preserving the historic and cultural heritage of the northern Shenandoah Valley

The Winchester-Frederick County Historic Society is a non-profit organization of individuals interested in the presrvation and expansion of knowledge about the historical and cultural heritage of the northern Shenandoah Valley with a focus on the City of Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia.  You can visit the headquarters at 1340 S. Pleasant Valley Road, Winchester, Virginia 22601

The society maintains five museums all located in beautiful Winchester, Virginia. The Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society strives to fulfill its mission through these means:

Education — by maintaining five museums - Abram's Delight, c. 1754, George Washington's Office, c. 1755-56, and Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters, c. 1854, an 18th Century Valley Cabin and the Hollingsworth Mill; by interpreting the museum collections for the general public through trained docents; by pursuing an acquisition program to preserve and add to the collection of historical artifacts appropriate to each museum; by encouraging an appreciation of the area's historical and cultural heritage among young people through the publication of youth-oriented books and pamphlets and providing age appropriate museum tours and displays, and by emphasizing the teaching of history in area public schools

GEORGE WASHINGTON'S OFFICE

18th CENTURY VALLEY CABIN

STONEWALL JACKSON'S HEADQUARTERS

ABRAM'S DELIGHT

HOLLINGSWORTH MILL

Preserving the historic and cultural heritage of the northern Shenandoah Valley

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