Wild, Wonderful West Virginia releases Real. Clay Center vignette
Video highlights new children’s attractions at Charleston arts center
CHARLESTON, West Virginia (Nov. 30, 2016) – Wild, Wonderful West Virginia today released the Real. Clay Center vignette. The video highlights two new children’s attractions at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia. In “My Town,” children can pretend to live and work in a scaled-down, interactive West Virginia town. The other exhibit, “The Climber” is a three-story high sculpture in which both children and adults can climb.
“Wild, Wonderful West Virginia is a great place for family fun! And the Clay Center is a great place to spend the weekend or the upcoming holiday break with your kids,” Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin said. “You can explore the fine art museum, walk through the science exhibits or watch a planetarium show. I can’t wait to try out the new climbing attraction myself!”
This video is a continuation of the Real. series–celebrating the unique destinations and experiences that can be found throughout the Mountain State–produced by Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. Earlier videos showcased Oglebay Festival of Lights; Berkeley Springs; Buckhannon; Mercer County; Summersville, Lewisburg and Greenbrier Valley; Lost River and Wardensville; Tucker County; Fayetteville; Morgantown; Hatfield-McCoy Mountains; Charleston and Huntington; Jefferson County; Braxton and Lewis counties; Wheeling and Ohio Valley; Harpers Ferry; and Parkersburg.
Real. Excitement * Real. Family Time * Real. Mountain Flavor * Real. Adventure * Real. Fun * Real. Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. You can find it here. Call 800-CALL WVA or visit GoToWV.com. Share your Real. West Virginia stories on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with #GoToWV and #RealWV.
This post was last updated on December 5, 2016