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Patsy Cline Historic House

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Patsy Cline Historic House

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608 S Kent St, Winchester, VA 22601-4664
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JimK761 wrote a review Oct 2020
Cameron, North Carolina298 contributions124 helpful votes
The house is closed but you can visit Patsy's grave site. Worth the trip just to stand at her grave and tell her how much her voice and music has meant to me over the years. Rest in peace Ms. Patsy. We love you
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Carol Galbreath wrote a review Jul 2020
Sidman, Pennsylvania42 contributions14 helpful votes
Stopped by and hubby took tons of pictures and pics of the street she grew up on. BUT the high light of it all was the Patsy Cline Memorial Bell Tower at Shenandoah Memorial Park on Front Royal Pike. We plan to go back when we have more than a few days so we can explore all we missed
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Response from PatsyClineHouse, Manager at Patsy Cline Historic House
Responded Jul 21, 2020
Molly, we are missing all of the wonderful visitors like you as we are temporarily closed due to COVID-19. We hope that you return to visit us. Thank you for the 5-star review! Stay safe!
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James S wrote a review Jan 2020
North York Moors National Park, United Kingdom155 contributions34 helpful votes
Another disappointment, we should have checked, house only open April thru Oct. We were able to walk around the property and it was very easy to find. The plaque outside tells a great story of Patsy. The house seemed to be in good repair.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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JohnW wrote a review Nov 2019
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It was a joy to spend time at the Patsy Cline House seeing the memorabilia and hearing the story of Patsy. The volunteers here are a great value and love to share the story and visit with guests. Stop by and enjoy a peaceful visit with wonderful people.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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rpcverin wrote a review Sep 2019
Anaheim, California44 contributions15 helpful votes
I would recommend this place to people who are true, die-hard fans of Patsy Cline, but probably not to many others as most of the pieces in the house were replicas rather than authentic. They do have a featured outfit that I gather is changed out every few months though. The guide was very good and shared interesting stories. Admission was $8 per person. House is two floors, so this may not be for you if you have mobility issues and cannot go up steps. Street parking is available. They mentioned that there are some additions coming in the future, so you may want to hold off visiting until those happen.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from PatsyClineHouse, Manager at Patsy Cline Historic House
Responded Sep 23, 2019
We are pleased that you enjoyed your visit. While many visitors to the Patsy Cline Historic House are the truest of Patsy Cline fans and already have a strong connection to her music, it may be a surprise to know that so many more people come here to be introduced to Patsy Cline. Their visits are prompted by listening to Patsy Cline’s music with friends and family members, or favorite contemporary artists have cited Patsy Cline’s influence. The Patsy Cline Historic House is interpreted with period furnishings that are very similar to the items in the home when Patsy lived here. Her family worked very closely with us to recreate each room when the house was restored as a museum. Not many pieces of the original furniture still exist from those years, as the family continued to use them in their everyday lives well after Patsy moved to Nashville. Much of the furniture was simply worn past its usefulness. We always have personal items of Patsy Cline’s on exhibit and refresh these exhibits frequently. If a visitor cannot manage the steep set of steps to the second floor, we do offer an exhibit book of photos of the bedroom with descriptions that can be reviewed from a reserved seat on the first floor. Plans are for a memorial park to be built in honor of Patsy Cline located just a few doors down from the historic house. The park is in its early development phase and won’t be open to the public for a several years. It will be a beautiful tribute to Patsy Cline and a compliment to the experience of visiting the historic house. We certainly don’t agree that folks should wait for the park to open before visiting the Patsy Cline Historic House – this house is the only place Patsy Cline called home that is open to the public and the celebration of the opening of the park will be a reason to visit again.
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