Visitors will enjoy this scenic tour of the lower Shenandoah Valley. Travel Valley Pike, the historical “wagon road” of early settlers, through southern Frederick County. Steeped in history, Winchester is the oldest city west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Famous for changing hands over 70 times during the Civil War, it was home to George Washington’s headquarters. The tour features four sites, three of which served as hospitals during the Civil War. Rose Hill Farm and La Grange House are fully restored 18th century homes, and Valerie Hill Winery was built in early 19th century. Belle Grove, an 18th century plantation withstood the Battle of Cedar Creek during the Civil War and is a Garden Club of Virginia restoration site. Highlights include gardens, a Garden Club of Virginia restoration, and a 1.25-mile walking trail with civil war signage.






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