Winchester, Virginia: Patsy Cline's House

Patsy lived here from 1948 to 1953, when she was just Virginia Patterson Hensley. Furnished with some personal items; looks as it did when Patsy and her family lived in it. Historical marker out front.

Address:
608 S. Kent St., Winchester, VA
Directions:
I-81 exit 313 or 313B. Drive east into town on US Hwy 17 for one mile. Turn right at the stoplight onto S. Kent St. Drive three blocks. the house will be on the right, with a historical marker out front.
Hours:
Apr.-Oct T-Sa 10-4, Su 1-4 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
540-662-5555
Admission:
Adults $8.
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Patsy Cline's House

Plug in the address of 608 S. Kent Street and GPS takes you to the house/museum. We weren't able to take the tour since a Covid case had it closed. Bummed. Maybe you'll have better luck.

[Rose Howe, 09/23/2021]

Patsy Cline's House.

Patsy Cline's House

The house Patsy Cline grew up in. If you're already in the area and you fancy Patsy Cline, it is worth it.

[john korman, 09/16/2021]

Patsy lived here from 1948 to 1953, when she was Virginia Patterson Hensley.

Patsy Cline house.

Patsy Cline's House

This was the home from 1948 to 1953 of Virginia Patterson Hensley, who later became country music star Patsy Cline. The Patsy Cline Historic House is on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. Patsy lived here longer than at any house associated with her in Nashville, and she returned to it intermittently until her singing career began in 1957. The house, furnished with some personal items, looks as it did when Patsy and her family lived in it.

[Mary McAlevy, 02/19/2014]

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