- TripBuzz found 130 things to do with kids in or near Berryville, Virginia, including 121 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Winchester, Leesburg, Martinsburg and Harpers Ferry.
- From Watermelon Park Campground to Berryville Roller Rink, the Berryville area offers 92 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Camping Site and National & State Parks.
- Surveyed by George Washington, Berryville, is steeped in early American culture. Berryville is located only 60 miles from Washington D.C. and lies in the Shenandoah Valley for those who want to canoe or kayak on their trip. Berryville offers a simpler way of life, providing bicycles to see the town, horses to ride alongside the river, and much more.
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54 S. Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA 22601 MoreLess Info
The Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum is a child-centre activity centre with a focus on interactive exhibits and hands-on activities. Discover science, math, humanities and the arts. Visitor favorites include the emergency clinic and ambulance area and a rock climbing wall.
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.
Used as a military office during the construction of Fort Louden in 1755-56, Washington's Office Museum is a two-room exhibit displaying information and personal artifacts from Washington's time in the Winchester area, including a cannon on the grounds. Open April through October.
In operation since 1929, the Winchester Little Theatre is a community theatre housed in the historic Pennsylvania Railroad Freight Station. The theatre now offers a full season of plays, along with classes for children and youth.
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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.
Best know for a public swimming pool, Jefferson County Memorial Park is a leisure park that also has two basketball courts, two playgrounds, and four pavilions that are available for rent. The park also has a .7-mile walking trail.