Gardens & Museums

History & Beauty

The gardens of Llanada Villa (now known as Winchester Mystery House®) have long been admired for their beauty and variety.  Our landscaping team works to maintain many of Sarah’s original trees as well as over 10,000 box hedges and hundreds of varieties of tree and plant life.  The gardens are open daily and guests are welcome to wander through the beautiful flora and fauna.

Victorian Gardens

Step back into the 1900s with a stroll through the Winchester Estate’s Victorian Garden.  Cherry Laurels, boxwood hedges and hundreds of flowers provide beautiful color throughout the year dotted with the original mythological statues including Mother Nature, Cupid, a cherub, hippocampus, Native American hunter, deer, egret and frogs.

Historic Firearms Museum

Explore one of the largest collections of vintage Winchester® rifles on the West Coast.  Here you’ll find a history of the Winchester® rifle, the source of Sarah Winchester’s vast, but seemingly cursed fortune.  The first Winchester® repeating rifle became available to the public in 1866. In 1873 the model released that year is popularly known as “The Gun that Won the West.” Both editions are on display in the museum, along with many others from the Old West up through World War Two.

Historic Firearms Museum

Explore one of the largest collections of vintage Winchester® rifles on the West Coast.  Here you’ll find a history of the Winchester® rifle, the source of Sarah Winchester’s vast, but seemingly cursed fortune.  The first Winchester® repeating rifle became available to the public in 1866. In 1873 the model released that year is popularly known as “The Gun that Won the West.” Both editions are on display in the museum, along with many others from the Old West up through World War Two.

Antique Products Museum

The Antique Products Museum has many vintage Winchester® consumer goods on display, along with Winchester® Product Company advertising posters, which show how Winchester® products were marketed to the American public.  After World War I, the demand for military arms in America was substantially reduced. As a result, during the 1920s the Winchester® Repeating Arms Company shifted production to a new and growing market – household and sporting goods.

Sarah’s Attic Shooting Gallery & Arcade Games

Guests will enjoy a variety of onsite activities, from the vintage arcade games and the all new Sarah’s Attic Shooting Gallery. Sharp eyed guests can take a rifle in hand to activate 38 known targets (one for every year the incredible mansion was under construction) that unleash the supernatural.

Sarah’s Attic Shooting Gallery & Arcade Games

Guests will enjoy a variety of onsite activities, from the vintage arcade games and the all new Sarah’s Attic Shooting Gallery. Sharp eyed guests can take a rifle in hand to activate 38 known targets (one for every year the incredible mansion was under construction) that unleash the supernatural.

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