It's a PEE Party!

The Pee Party. The true story.
Starring George Washington and other costumed characters.
Help the Society in raising pee funds for a new ADA compliant restroom. Video and more info.


The Society maintains five museums all located in Winchester, Virginia – Abram’s Delight, George Washington’s Office, and Stonewall Jackson’s Headquarters, an 18th Century Valley Cabin and the Hollingsworth Mill.


The Society has many events during the year, for all things WFCHS keep a close eye on this page or register for our mailing list below for newsletters, important announcements and updates.


Our online store has a great selection of publications about the history of Winchester, Frederick County and the Shenandoah Valley, we also have gifts and memberships available to purchase for friends and relatives.

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The exhibit is temporarily closed due to flooding. Check back for re-opening date.

During the 2018 museum season, the Society will explore Winchester’s involvement during and the years following WWI. The exhibit will be house in the Hollingsworth Mill and will open to the public until October 31, 2018.

A large part of the exhibit, of course, will be dedicated to our local men and women who served this country. The Society is looking for information on these individuals and is interested in borrowing items associated with them. Whether it be photographs, letters, uniforms, etc., all are important and would be appreciated.