Join us for a weekend that explores the rich heritage of Greenbrier County's past and present. Visit several beautiful homes in the Valley to learn how the area's architecture was influenced, see historic artifacts, private collections and lovely spring gardens.
The award-winning 29th annual Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting welcomes more than one hundred waters from across the country and
Pricketts Fort Lecture Series: John Boback, The Western Virginia Backcountry: A Short History of a Very Long Frontier
Jacob Prickett has long been celebrated as being one of the earliest pioneers on the western Virginia frontier. However, John Boback will argue the opposite position by presenting the Pricketts as late comers to the frontier period of history that had actually started over one hundred years before Prickett was even born.
Help us celebrate the first week of spring with a delicious buckwheat breakfast catered by Linda Jack. History Alive presentation on Julia Child begins at 11:30 am. Price includes meal and audio tour of the fort. Breakfast and tour $14.50 (must RSVP for breakfast by Wednesday, March 22).
Join us for a weekend that explores the rich heritage of Greenbrier County's past and present. Visit several beautiful homes in the Valley to learn how the area's architecture was influenced, see historic artifacts, private collections and lovely spring gardens. June 9 - 5-7PM - Mix and mingle at the opening Gala in the spectacular new home of Mr. Angus Peyton where handsome antiques are puntuated by a modern setting. June 10 - 10AM-5PM - A tradition of the Home & Garden Tour, patrons visit a selection of beautiful private homes in the area. June 11 - 1-4PM - Complete the weekend in charming White Sulphur Springs with an historic presentation and afternoon tea in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church.
“Lewis and Clark: The Eastern Legacy” Film Showing at Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex, The Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex will kick off its 2017 Lecture and Film Series at 7 p.m. on Thursday, January 26, with a showing of the film “Lewis and Clark: Eastern Legacy.” The film follows Lewis and Clark on their epic journey and features West Virginia locations such as Harpers Ferry, where Lewis picked up equipment; Wellsburg, where Patrick Gass, the oldest surviving expedition member, is buried; Wheeling, where a red pirogue and additional supplies were added; and Grave Creek Mound. Lewis visited these locations on his way to meet Clark at the Falls of the Ohio, from where the expedition headed west. Lewis’ description of Grave Creek Mound will be read after the film. The 20-minute documentary was produced by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Great Lakes and Ohio River Division. The program is held in conjunction with the monthly meeting of the Upper Ohio Valley Chapter of the West Virginia Archeological Society.