Wayside Inn
Since 1797, America's Longest Continuously Operating Inn
Sun: 9am - 2pm
Mon: Restaurant Closed 
Tue: Restaurant Closed 
Wed: 12pm - 9pm
Thur: 12pm - 9pm
Fri: 12pm - 9pm
Sat: 12pm - 9pm
Bed & Breakfast is always open 
Wayside Inn 
Inn~ Restaurant ~ Tavern
Local Attractions

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley/Glen Burnie House & Gardens  
(Winchester) (printout) Galleries, cafe, and store open year-round.
(888) 556-5799  www.theMSV.org

Winchester Little Theatre  
Plays and productions.
(540) 662-3331 www.wltonline.org

Shenandoah University 

Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre (Summer Music Theatre)
(540) 665-4569

Apple Blossom Festival 

1st weekend in May. Events for the family: Parades, dances, carnival, circus, 10k race, etc.  
(540) 662-3863 www.thebloom.com

Apple Harvest Arts and Crafts Festival 

Weekend in May. Nearly 100 crafters.

Patsy Cline Historic House 

(Winchester) (rack card)
Local legend tour.
(540) 662-5555 www.celebratingpatsycline.org

Old Town Winchester 

(2 brochures and map)
Shops, dining, attractions.
www.visitwinchesterVA.com  www.oldtownwinchesterva.com

Historic Museums of Winchester VA 

(rack card)
Listing of Museums to visit.
(540) 662-6550 www.winchesterhistory.org

Old Courthouse Civil War Museum 

(Winchester) (rack card)
Museum detailing soldiers life.
(540) 542-1145 www.civilwarmuseum.org

Civil War Walking Tours 

(Middletown, Winchester, Stephens City) (rack card)
(540) 869-2896 www.VisitWinchesterVA.com

Wilson's Wild Animal Park 

Over 20 acres of natural exhibits.
(540) 662-5715

Marker-Miller Orchards Farm Market and Bakery 

(Winchester) (rack card)
Picnic areas, playgrounds and wagon rides. Pick Your Own and fresh local produce. Bakery, wines, and more.
(540) 662-1980 www.MarkerMillerOrchards.com

The Miller House 

(Stephens City) (rack card)
Furniture, Furnishings and Accents. Family-owned and operated since 1971.
(540) 869-2148

Valley Furniture Country Interiors 

(Stephens City)
American country furniture and primitive wares.
(540) 869-2121 www.valleyfurniturecountryinteriors.com

Rinker's Orchards 

(Stephens City) (rack card)
Apples and apple cider.
(540) 869-1499 www.rinkerorchards.com

Richard's Fruit Market 

(Middletown) (rack card)
Gift Shop, antiques, farm fresh food.
(540) 869-1455 www.richardsfruitmarket.com

Belle Grove and Cedar Creek 

(Middletown) (2 rack cards)
Battle of Cedar Creek during the Civil War. Original home of Major Isaac Hite Jr. and his wife Nelly, sister of President James Madison.
(540) 869-2028  www.bellegrove.org   www.nps.gov/cebe

Veramar Vineyard 

(Berryville) (rack card)
Gift shop, tours, casual fare, events.
(540) 955-5510 www.veramar.com

Burwell-Morgan Mill 

(Berryville/Millwood) (printout)
A National Register Historical Landmark and one of the oldest, most original operational grist mills in the country located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. Owned and operated by the Clarke County Historical Association.
(540) 955-2600 www.clarkehistory.org

Strasburg Museum 

(rack card)
Museum and gift shop.
(540) 465-3175  www.strasburgmuseum.org

Front Royal, VA 

(brochure and map)
Dining, shopping, wineries, etc.

Highlander Horses 

(Front Royal) (rack card)
(540) 636-4523 www.highlanderhorses.com

Naked Mountain 

(Markham) (rack card)
Winery and vineyard.
(540) 364-1609

Luray Caverns
(540) 743-6551 www.luraycaverns.com

North Mountain Vineyard and Winery 

(Maurertown) (rack card)
(540) 436-9463 www.northmountainvineyard.com

PoseyThisisit Llamas 

(Toms Brook)
(540) 436-3517 www.poseythisisitllamas.com

Fort Valley Nursery 

Garden center, landscaping, cafe, shoppes, events.
(540) 459-5151

Artisan Trail 

(Shenandoah County)

Shenandoah National Park 

(from Front Royal to Waynesboro) (brochure)

Shenandoah County Historical Society 

(Edinburg) (rack card)
Museums of Shenandoah County and adjoining counties
(540) 984-7872 www.shenandoahcountyhistoricalsociety.org

The Edinburg Mill
Free and open to the public with a museum, gift shop, and visitor center.
(540) 984-8400 www.edinburgmill.com

Route 11 Chips 

(Mt Jackson)
Watch them make chips!
(540) 477-9664

Shenandoah Caverns 

(North of New Market)
5 miles north of New Market-just off I-81
(540) 477-3115 www.shenandoahcaverns.com

Frontier Culture Museum (Staunton)
A living history museum that tells the story of the people who migrated from the Old World to America and the life they created in the Shenandoah Valley.

Natural Bridge Park

Virginia Safari Park (Natural Bridge)
(540) 291-3205 www.virginiasafaripark.com

Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail
Wineries North to South in the Valley

Shenandoah Valley Music Festival (Orkney Springs) (large brochure)
(540) 459-3396 www.musicfest.org

Civil War Trails
1-888-CIVIL WAR www.civilwartrails.org

Footsteps to the Past 

(rack card)
Guided historic tours.
(703) 683-3451 www.footstepstothepast.com

***See Shenandoah County Agriculture and Farm Guide for more farm tours. (brochure)