Pronounced "A Late One," All-8-One is Winchester's signature soft drink. This drink was invented in by G. L. Wainscott and has been bottled in Winchester since its launch in 1926. Now, it is a staple beverage for Winchester residents and is available in nearly all local restaurants and bars, as well as sold in the local grocery stores. Free tours of the All-8-One factory are also offered for those looking to learn a little more about this soda. You can also stop into the All-8-One company store to find specialty items and unique memorabilia.
The Bluegrass Heritag
The Bluegrass Heritage Museum was created to honor the people of the Bluegrass Region that made it what it is today, from the Native Americans to Daniel Boone. This museum is able to bring a unique history to life through its inspiring collection of photographs and objects relating to the area's history. One of the most popular exhibits is the museum's Military History Room, featuring items from the Revolutionary War to World War II. If this was not enough to make you want to visit, consider the fact that this museum was named one of America's 50 must-see places by National Geographic.
Daniel Boone Pioneer
Take a step back in time to the land of America's forefathers at Winchester's annual Daniel Boone Pioneer Festival. This unique event features traditional arts and crafts booths, many offering live demonstrations of their work, from glassblowing to broom making. Since the festival takes place in late August, this is also a great time to get active. The festival holds a Daniel Boone 5K Run as well as a Walk with Friends, each of which are sure to get you moving. The festival also features a Kitty Strode Concert Series, with past performance from artists like Hunter Hayes.