The West Virginia Tourism Office, formerly known as the West Virginia Division of Tourism, promotes the state of West Virginia as a world-class, four-season travel and tourism destination through print, broadcast, and more recently, digital and social media efforts. The West Virginia Tourism Office is an agency of the West Virginia Department of Commerce, led by an appointed Tourism Commissioner and advised by a 15-member Tourism Commission.
The West Virginia Tourism Office was reorganized and renamed with the Tourism Act of 2017, effective July 7 of that year. Previous legislation in 2005 created the Department of Commerce and made Tourism a division of the new department. Prior to that, the Bureau of Tourism and Commerce was a combined agency with oversight for many of the agencies now part of Commerce.