Patsy Cline Historic House

608 S. Kent St.
Winchester, VA 22601- Map It
(540) 662-5555

AAA Editor Notes

Patsy Cline Historic House, 608 S. Kent St., is the childhood home of vocalist Patsy Cline, born Virginia Patterson Hensley in Winchester in 1932. Located in a working-class neighborhood, the small, four-room house was Cline's residence 1948-53. Today docents lead guided tours of the restored house, which is furnished with a handful of personal items belonging to the ill-fated singer and her family. Killed in an airplane crash in 1963, Cline is buried in town at Shenandoah Memorial Park. A bell tower there memorializes the star who topped the record charts with such hits as “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.” Note: Parking is not permitted on the same side of the street as the historic house. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$8; $6 (ages 65+); $4 (ages 11-18); free (ages 0-10 and active military with ID).
Hours: Tours are given every 45 minutes Tues.-Sat. 10-4, Sun. 1-4, Apr.-Oct. Last tour begins 45 minutes before closing.