Winchester is a small city and the county seat of Clark County, north central Kentucky. Founded in 1793, the architectural style of Winchester’s historic district is very much influenced by Victorian style. Overall, it is a peacefully warm community with loads of things that are worth doing and seeing. Except for the romantic historic district, the many beautiful natural attractions, picturesque farmlands, historic sites, such as Fort Boonesborough, it is also worth mentioning that there are many great annual festivals worth attending, such as the Daniel Boone Pioneer Festival (every Labour Day weekend) and the Bluegrass Heritage Festival & Burgoo Cook-Off (every second weekend of October). Regarding budget accommodation, there are many great and nearby Winchester that run great discount bargains throughout the year.