- The list below includes 101 free or cheap things to do in or near Winchester, Virginia, including 86 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Historic Sites, Art Museum and History Museums.
- From Handley Regional Library to Stonewall Confederate Cemetery, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Winchester and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Martinsburg, Harpers Ferry, Front Royal and Berryville.
First opened in 1913, the Handley Regional Library is a public library open to all residents of the town. The library offers a number of services to use, including genealogy information, computer access, and study rooms.
Located within Jim Barnett Park, Winchester Dog Park is a fenced canine recreation facility with grass fields. The park provides sheltered picnic tables, drinking water, dog waste bags, double-gated entry and a separate small dog area.
Situated on 170 acres, Jim Barnett Park features facilities for baseball, soccer, basketball and tennis, a disc golf course and a fishing lake. The park also offers a fitness trail, a war memorial, children's playgrounds and picnic areas.
Showcasing personal items belonging to General 'Stonewall' Thomas Jackson, Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters is an 18th Century cottage used by Jackson in 1861-62 during the Shenandoah Campaign. A costumed tour guide brings Civil War history to life through Jackson's story and possessions.
Abram's Delight traces the history of the Hollingsworth family through 200 years in oldest house in Winchester. A historical tour includes the main house, and a recreation of a log cabin circa 1780 similar to that of the original owner Abraham Hollingsworth.
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Battle Park Drive, Winchester, VA MoreLess Info
As the site of a Civil War battle, Kernstown Battlefield & Pritchard House is a 315 acre park with a visitor center. The park has a trail with interpretative signs explaining the events of the battle.
An historical landmark, Third Winchester Battlefield is an educational, outdoor tourist destination. Visitors to the park can enjoy a nature walk while also learning about the battle via informational signs that are placed along the path.