This is one of three locations managed by the Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society. The other is Abram's Delight and Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters. Purchase the block ticket and visit all three locations. Washington's Office museum is only one portion of the story. If you've visited Mount Vernon, you'll know about Washington's early years as a surveyor. He basically got to check out Virginia and find the best land ... maybe this is how he found the land that later became his Mount Vernon estate. The site also has relevance for the civil war era. Jerry, the guide present on the day we visited, provided us with a lot of history about Winchester and how it changed 'hands' several times. There is a great selection of books available for sale. I purchased one about the Civil War and Winchester as it contains stories about the people and the impact of the war. The museum is located on the corner of Cork St and Braddock St. Parking is on the street or there is a metered parking lot on Cork Street.
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