The James Wylie House Bed and Breakfast

The Inn at Moler’s Crossroads

Once the vacation home of an international traveler, The Inn at Moler’s Crossroads is an exquisitely furnished and impeccably detailed

The Goff House-Historic Site and Antique Mall

Former home of militia Col. David Goff, this house was abandoned by the family and used as the Beverly Union

Szilagyi Center for the Visual and Performing Arts

The Szilagyi Center for Visual and Performing Arts is the former Rowlesburg School. It now houses the Greatest Generation WWII

Sumner School

Sumner High School in Parkersburg, established in January 1862, was reputedly the first free school south of the Mason-Dixon Line

Strawberry Inn

The Strawberry Inn is a tiny piece of heaven. This cabin rests beside a creek where you can hear the

Stonewall Jackson Birthplace

The Stonewall Jackson Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, has placed a bronze plaque at 326-328 West Main St in

Stealey – Goff – Vance House

Historical home.

West Virginia State Capitol Complex

Information and reservations for touring the WV State Capitol Complex: Hours: Guided tours 9:30am – 3:30pm Monday thru Friday. Tours

Star Movie Theatre

A mom and pop neighborhood movie house in a Depression-era theater showing films since the early 1930s. First-run, mainstream movies

Spring Hill Cemetery and Park

Offering commanding views of the city, this cemetery includes a section with several Confederate soldiers’ graves. Its historical significance is

Spencer Heritage Park

Visitors Can Tour A Fully-furnished One-room Schoolhouse, See A Working Oil Derrick, And Visit A Train Depot That Has Been

South Side Depot

The South Side Depot is a unique experience here in Grant County, WV. We have such a variety of items

Smoot Theatre

Enjoy unforgettable entertainment in this restored 1926 vaudeville house – the Grand Lady of downtown Parkersburg. Artists of national and

Simpson Creek Covered Bridge

Located near Bridgeport, the original bridge was washed out in 1899. The 75 Ft. Replacement is a half mile below

Shepherdstown Historic District

Established in the 1730s as Mecklenberg, Shepherdstown is the oldest town in West Virginia. In the wake of the Battle

Second Ward Negro Elementary

This elementary school represents African-American history in Monongalia County from 1938 to 1954, the years during which it functioned as

Sam Black United Methodist Church

Built in 1901 and dedicated in memory of the Rev. Sam Black (1813-99), a longstanding Methodist circuit rider. The church,

Ronceverte Walking Tour

Self-guided walking tour of historic Ronceverte. The brochure chronicles the town’s unique lumber and railroad history and captures tales of

Ronceverte Train Depot

Built in 1914, this is the only craftsman-style building remaining on the railroad line. The first year of its opening,

Ronceverte Historic District

A 120-acre historic district in downtown Ronceverte. The oldest building dates back to 1810, but most of the building came

Robey Theatre

The Robey Theatre was built by Hamond Robey in 1911 specifically for the exhibition of films. Robey moved his theatre

Rich Mountain Battlefield Foundation

Rich Mountain Battlefield Civil War Site & Visitor Center

Site of the July 1861 Civil War battle for control of the Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike. This early union victory catapulted Gen.

Restored One-Room Schoolhouse

Philippi Covered Bridge & Historic District

The city of Philippi was the site of the first land battle of the Civil War on June 3, 1861.

Paint Creek Scenic Trail

The Paint Creek Scenic Trail is a state designated scenic byway/backway.  The Trail exists to encourage the understanding and enjoyment

Olivet Cemetery

Formally set aside as a cemetery in 1851, the shelling of Moorefield took place from this hillside in 1863. A

Old Stone Presbyterian Church

Following the Battle of Lewisburg, May 23, 1862, the Old Stone Presbyterian Church was used as a hospital. Several Civil

Old Judy Church

Historical Church.

Old Greenbrier Baptist Church

Organized in 1781, this church is the oldest Baptist Church in West Virginia with complete records since its organization. The

Nostalgia Inn

Stay, spa, dine and recreate! Nostalgia Inn is 10,000-sq. ft. of rustic charm nestled on a high plateau in beautiful

Nellis Archives & Historic District

National Coal Heritage Area Authority

McColloch’s Leap

During an attack by Native Americans on Fort Henry in September 1777, Maj. Samuel MuCulloch, a fearless soldier known for

Mt. Tabor Baptist Church

Mt. Tabor Baptist Church is located at the corner of Court and Foster Streets in Lewisburg. The church traces its

Mount Iser Cemetery

At least 62 Confederate soldiers and one civilian, many of them killed at the Battle of Rich Mountain, are buried

Mothman – Point Pleasant

Although the Mothman Legacy began nearly 40 years ago, it still has a strong hold on the small community of

Morgantown Historic Audio Walking Tour

Step back into the colorful history of Morgantown with an audio Walking Tour of Historic Downtown area. Explore the distinctive,

Monroe County Quilt Trail

County-wide trail of quilt patterns painted on large boards and hung on various barns and historic buildings.  Drive through our

Monroe County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Monongahela National Forest

Information on activities at Monongahela National Forest can be found at the Supervisor’s Office at this location. This facility is

Mercer County Railroad Museum

Memorial Park

Shelter: Capacity 24, 3 picnic tables, 1 grill, playground, water fountain and Port-A-John nearby

McNeel Mill

Along Rt 219 In Mill Point In Pocahontas County. Latitude: N38 15.40 Longitude: W80 18.01

McCoy’s Grand Theatre

The primary goal of MCT – indeed, the organization’s mission – is the development of lifeskills in children through participation

Mason Dixon Historical Park

End of the Mason-Dixon Line. Two pavilions, amphitheater, playground, ball courts, dining room, museum, gift shop.

Mannette Steel Drums

There was only one family of instruments created in the last 150 years: the steel drum instrument of the Caribbean.

MacFarland-Hubbard House

The Mac Farland-Hubbard House, a National Register of Historic Places property, is the third oldest house in Charleston and home

Locust Creek Covered Bridge

This Bridge Spans Locust Creek In Pocahontas County Near Hillsboro. Thought To Have Been Built In The 1870s. Near The

Library Commission

WV Library Commission Reference Library located in the Culture Center on the Capitol Complex offers wireless internet, public internet computers

Lewisburg Maple Street Historic District

Maple Street Historic District is a relatively small grouping of individual houses that have historically served the black population of

Lewisburg Historic District

Dating from the 18th Century, this quaint town was the site of a Civil War battle on May 23, 1862,

Lewisburg Cemetery (Dick Pointer grave)

The cemetery surrounding Old Stone Church was established in 1797. Across the street is the grave of Dick Pointer, a

Laurel Hill Civil War Battleground

Site of the longest battle in the Tygart Valley Campaign. Union forces ousted the Confederate army and protected important turnpikes,

13 places in WV where they still do it the old-fashioned way

Modern life is full of interesting gadgets and easy conveniences, but it hasn’t always been that way. There are plenty

Kissel Stop Cafe

A pleasant staff and inviting atmosphere are just two reasons the Kissel Stop Cafe is a great gathering place. The

Kimball World War I Memorial

This building is reported to be the first ever dedicated to black veterans. It also served as an important recreational

Kanawha County Public Library

The state’s largest public library system has one Main Library, one bookmobile, nine branches and one affiliate. Residents from all

Julia-Ann Historic Square District

Step into the past with a self-guided tour of Victorian grandeur. These were the homes of some of the most

John Wesley Methodist Church

This church, of colonial architecture, boasts a cupola belfry on the roof and inside features include high ceilings and slave

John Mathias Homestead

John Mathias House, also known as Mathias Homestead, is a historic home located at Mathias, Hardy County, West Virginia. It

John Henry Statue

According to the legend of John Henry, “Steel-Drivin’ Man,” he was seven feet tall and could do the work of

John Brown Fort

Site where John Brown, his sons and at least five known black men (Lewis Sheridan Leary, Dangerfield Newby, John Anthony

Jim Surkamp Tours

Tours of Harper’s Ferry, Charles Town, Shepherdstown, and Antietam National Battlefield.

Jefferson County Courthouse

Built on land donated by George Washington’s youngest brother Charles, this 1836 Greek Revival brick building was the site for

Jackson’s Mill Campground

Jackson Cemetery

The family plot is the final resting place of Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s great-grandparents, father and sister. Clarksburg, W.Va., (between

International Mother’s Day Shrine

The small railroading town of Grafton was the birthplace of Mother’s Day, founded by Miss Anna Jarvis in honor of

I-81 Southbound Welcome Center


I-79 Southbound Welcome Center

OPEN 24 HOURS. RESTROOMS, PAYPHONES AND VENDING MACHINES. INFORMATION STAFF ON DUTY providing brochures, travel information, reservations, staff will plan

I-64 Eastbound Welcome Center

Interstate 64 Eastbound Mile marker

Huntington High Renaissance Center

The Huntington High Renaissance Center is an arts facility that includes rehearsal and performance space, an art gallery and classrooms.

Holly River Restaurant

Homemade bread, blackberry cobbler, lasagna, rhubarb pie and roast beef sandwiches are just a sampling of the Holly River Restaurant.

History Center Museum

The History Center Museum opens every summer, from June- September. Sunday afternoons from 1-4 pm, you can visit the History

Historic National Road

Historic Cabin at Gobblers’ Knob

THUMBNAIL:|nbsp; Secluded two-bedroom upscale cabin, sleeps six; full kitchen, whirlpool, swing, hammock, wood-burning fireplace, picnic table. Open year round. Rates

Heritage Village

Heritage Village includes shops, offices and local historical buildings. This facility is included in “A Guide to Accessible Recreation in

Heritage Towers (Exhibit Facility/Museum)

This historic exhibit, titled “From Slavery to Statehood,” tells the story depicting African-American contributions in West Virginia. The historic event

Heritage Towers

Heritage Towers exhibits were created as a special tribute to a time-honored African American tradition nationally celebrated as Black History

Heritage Craft Center of the Eastern Panhandle, Inc.

The Heritage Craft Center is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of heritage crafts. The learning center offers craft classes

Helvetia Hutte Restaurant

Known for its original recipes brought from Switzerland over a century ago. Menu items include a rosti, sauerbraten, chicken, homemade

Harpers Ferry Historical Association

Harpers Ferry Historical Association Bookshop has books, videos, photos and toys.

Ghost Tours of Harpers Ferry

Open Year Round. In season:|nbsp; April – September, tours Monday through Saturday 8 PM, reservations required Monday through Thursday. Off

Harpers Ferry

In 1859 John Brown and his followers marched from the Kennedy Farm in Maryland to the town of Harpers Ferry.

Governor’s Mansion

Completed in 1925, this home has welcomed national and global dignitaries, ambassadors, public officials and corporate leaders.  Notable features are

Ghost Tours Of Lewisburg

Take a candlelight walking tour of haunted homes and sites in the Lewisburg Historic District. Two tours are offered each

Ghost Tours Of Beckley

Candlelight walking tour is held On Saturdays Only. Walk-by tours of Downtown Historical Beckley, Include Several Mansions, The Raleigh County

George Washington Heritage Trail

Established to follow the footsteps of George Washington, this trail is everything a history aficionado could ever want. The trail

General Adam Stephen House

Stone home of the founder of the town of Martinsburg, Revolutionary War General Adam Stephen. Constructed in the late 1770s

G. W. Henderson Plantation (Henderson Hall)

One of the few plantations left in the state is Henderson Hall in Williamstown. Built in 1836 overlooking the Ohio

Front Porch Restaurant

We hope you’ll enjoy the very casual atmosphere of The Front Porch…the food…the view! On a clear day you can

Fort Tackett

Built near present-day St. Albans in 1786, Fort Tackett stood on land that originally belonged to George Washington, which was

Fort Mulligan

The valley of the South Branch of the Potomac River was a middle ground, situated between the all-important middle Shenandoah

Fort Gay Library

The Fort Gay Library is a one-story building next to the Fort Gay Middle School. It features one room for

Fort Edwards Foundation, Inc.

The Fort Edwards Foundation is an historical site dedicated to preservation of, and education about, a settler’s fort built here

Fort Boreman Historical Park

Located just two miles from downtown Parkersburg, the park features a reconstructed Union Civil War fortification, trenches, interpretive signage, picnic

Fish Creek Covered Bridge

Historic Fish Creek covered bridge, ca. 1881, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the only

First Black School in Charles Town

In 1865, the Freedmen’s Bureau, working with the American Missionary Association, established schools in Jefferson County for the newly freed

Fenton Art Glass Company and Fenton Gift Shop

Though Fenton Art Glass Co. ceased traditional glassmaking in 2011, they continue to use more than a century of glassmaking