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It's downtown in the historic neighborhood - small and well preserved at a busy intersection. Historic downtown Winchester was fun to see. Washington sure got all over the place. Parking is in the street - no problem early in the day.
The place is small, and if you try to read everything (definitely possible, unlike the usual museum experience) you discover that it is in the "George Washington slept here" category, not that he would sleep in his office. That is more of a modern development....More
Docent was really knowledgeable about George’s entire life especially pre revolutionary times. She sold us a 3 site package and we saw the other two the next day.
As to value, very good value if you are a history buff. Buy the package and help...More
The office museum was very interesting. The guide working there gave us a very good review of the history of the area as it related to George Washington. It does not take long to go through the museum as it is small. Despite its small...More
This is a small place so doesn’t take very long. It is a must see if your interested at all in Washington. The young gentlemen that gave our tour was very knowledgeable. We loved that we learned more about Washington and his life before the...More
George Washington had an office in a small cabin during the construction of Fort Loudoun 1755-1756. Today it has been expanded to include a small entrance room with souvenirs, which leads to the original office. Wall posters tell the story of the area, the French-Indian...More
We like to visit all historical sites, so, of course, this was on our list. Outside, the statue of George Washington is a very nice one. This small three room structure (one room is Entrance and Gift Store), houses some artifacts from the time that...More