Fayetteville Historic District

The Indirect Artillery Firing method, later used around the world, was first used by Confederate Sergeant Milton W. Humphreys on

Fairfax Stone State Park

One of the oldest markers in the U.S. Marks boundary between Maryland and West Virginia and is a state park.

Elmwood Cemetery

The Elmwood Cemetery includes the graves of several Confederate veterans, including Henry Kyd Douglas, staff officer to Gen. “Stonewall” Jackson,

Eckhart House Tea Room, Tours and Gift Shoppe

The Eckhart House is an 1892 Queen Anne Town Home located in Victorian Old Town which is the N. Wheeling

DuBois on Main Museum

DuBois High School, 1917-1956, was one of two black high schools in Fayette County, WV.  Black students came from the

Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park

A peaceful park with a panoramic view now marks the spot where one of West Virginia’s largest and last important

Dr. Robert B. McNutt House

Dr. Robert McNutt House is located at 1522 North Walker Street, Princeton, WV. It is the only house left standing

Downtown Bluefield Historic District

Located five miles from exit 1, off I-77.  View historic Victorian architecture.  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Bluefield is

Douglass Junior and Senior High School

The Douglass Junior and Senior High School stands as a symbol for the black citizens of Huntington. The school served

Doughboy Statue

Sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and erected in 1925 by the Berkeley County Memorial Association, this memorial is dedicated

Doughboy Monument and Memorial

This life-size, historical replica of a WWI foot soldier, also called a doughboy, stands at approximately seven feet tall on

Donel C. Kinnard Memorial State Veterans Cemetery

The Cemetery serving veterans of the southern counties, has 354 acres designed to provide a final resting place for West

Dola Mine Memorial

At 10:57 p.m. on Thursday, April 25, 1963 an explosion at Clinchfield Coal Company’s Compass No. 2 Mine in Dola,

Doddridge County Museum

Doddridge County Museum is a small county museum which houses artifacts and documents ranging from pre Civil War and forward.

Discover Historic Oakhurst Links at The Greenbrier

Enjoy a round of golf on the most historic course in the United States! Built in 1884, Oakhurst Links was

County Line Guest House

As A Non-hosted B | B Vacation Facility, You Really Do Have The Place All To Yourself! The County Line

Country Trails Bikes, LLC./ The Cairo Supply Co.

Welcome to our old-time general store. bike shop and visitors information center at Country Trails Bikes, LLC/The Cairo Supply Co.,

Country Inn of Berkeley Springs

70 unique rooms, English country gardens, an exclusive cottage and retreat center, gift shop, Gallery Room, Conference Room, and Parkview

Confederate Cemetery

A cross-shaped mass grave containing the remains of 95 once-unknown Confederate soldiers who were killed or mortally wounded during the

Colonial Hotel-Motel

A quaint family-owned motel-hotel reminiscent of how hospitality used to be. 10 rooms. Yr. 1900 Hotel and modern motel units.

Collis P. Huntington RR Historical Society

Railroad Excursions, outdoor and Indoor Museum and private railroad car rental. This facility is included in “A Guide to Accessible

Coal River Science & Education Center

The Coal River Center is an educational and informational center for visitors to the Coal River Watershed region. The 1,700

Coal Miner’s Statue

Coal Heritage Trail

The Coal Heritage Trail is a driving trail that|nbsp; winds through more than 187 rugged miles of scenic industrial heritage,

Coal Heritage Museum & Arts CenterCoal Heritage Museum & Arts Center

A downtown museum dedicated to preserving the heritage of the coalfields for future generations. The museum contains memorabilia of the

Cliff’s Museum of Automobile Memorabilia

Museum of automobile history memorabilia in a 1940’s styled dealership; with 13,000 sq.ft. of collectables: WV license plates of all

City of Vienna

City of Princeton

City offices.

City of Nitro

Nitro is known as a “Living Memorial to World War I.” A shortage of gunpowder during the conflict sparked the

City of Moundsville

City of Dunbar Shawnee Regional Park

Shawnee Regional Park now managed by the City of Dunbar contains something for everyone. The park offers areas for meetings,

City of Bluefield

Exit 1 off I-77 to Rt. 52 into downtown Bluefield.

Chief Logan State Park

Campground with 26 sites all with electric and water hookups. 14 sites also have sewage hookups. This facility is included

Cheat Summit Fort

General George B. McClellan ordered this fort to be built in 1861 to secure the Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike and protect the

Chamber of Commerce of the Mid Ohio Valley

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park offers excursions that transport you back in time and lets you relive an era when

Cass Historical Museum

Cass Historical Museum. The history of Cass and the regions logging industry come alive before your eyes. Through railroad artifacts,

Carter G. Woodson Memorial

In the fall of 1995, the city of Huntington erected a statue in honor of Dr. Carter G. Woodson, “Father

Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park

Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park is located on the rim of the Gauley River Canyon only minutes from Summersville Lake.

Canty House

Now a part of the holdings of West Virginia State University, the Canty House was privately built and owned until

Campbell Mansion

The Campbell Mansion Is A National Historic Landmark And The 19th Century Home Of Alexander Campbell, Founder Of Bethany College,

Camp Allegheny 1861-1862

This haunting, windswept encampment was successfully defended on December 13, 1861, when Confederate Gen. Edward Johnson’s troops repelled an attack

Camden Park

Affordable fun close to home.

C & O Railroad Depot

The restored C|O Depot (c. 1896) sports its original colors and a small museum of local and railroad history which

Burning Springs Park

Money. Power. Politics. War. Prosperity. A self-guided tour presents the captivating stories of the nation’s first oil and gas field.

The Bunker at The Greenbrier

After being kept classified for more than thirty years, the doors to the bunker hidden beneath The Greenbrier resort are

Bulltown Historic District

In 1863, Confederate forces led by William L. “Mudwall” Jackson, cousin of “Stonewall” Jackson, attempted to overtake Union fortifications on

Bulltown Campground

Reservations: 1-877-444-6777 or at . Opens late April, closes Thanksgiving weekend. Reservation Season: Memorial Day through Labor Day. RATES: $20

Brooke County Visitors Center

Our goal is to attract visitors to the region in order to promote the treasures that are found in the

Brooke County Historical Museum

Formerly Miller Tavern (1798-1840), the building now houses a museum displaying furniture manufactured in Wellsburg, items of the 1780-1800-1900’s, toys,

Brewstel Hostel

The Brewstel Hostel encompasses the entire second floor of our historic building. It features all the amenities of a hotel

Brass Pineapple Bed & Breakfast Inn

Beautifully appointed period B |amp; B, with traditional, post colonial, and modern furnishings. All the amenities top shelf. Breakfast and

Bramwell Historic District

Bramwell, located on the western edge of Mercer County, is approximately one and one-half miles from the Virginia border and

Booker T. Washington Boyhood Cabin

Located just behind the African Zion Baptist Church, Booker’s cabin was built to match a photograph of his home. Booker

Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park

The only way to experience the enchantment of historic Blennerhassett Island is via a 20-minute sternwheeler ride. From Point Park

The Blennerhassett Hotel

The Blennerhassett is an elegant, historic, full-service hotel in downtown Parkersburg featuring boutique-style guestrooms and state-of-the-art conference |amp; catering facilities.

Bistro 112

Bistro 112 is a neighborhood French Bistro in the center of historic downtown Shepherdstown. The Bistro, decorated in eclectic art,

Beverly Heritage Center

The Beverly Heritage Center combines four historic buildings in the center of Beverly, West Virginia, to tell the story of

Berkeley Springs State Park

Berkeley Springs State Park is located in the center of Berkeley Springs, W.Va. The bathhouse first opened in 1930.  Since

Travel Berkeley Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB)

Berkeley County Historical Society

The archives |amp; research center is located at 136 East Race Street. Our files contain the following:  files on local

Belle Boyd House

Famous civil War Spy, Belle Boyd, spent part of her childhood in this house built in 1853. During the war,

Beekeeper Inn B&B

The Beekeeper Inn, nestled among the beautiful mountains of Randolph County, West Virginia, is a magical place hidden by tall

Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine

The Exhibition Coal Mine is the largest and most popular coal heritage destination in the region. After years of planning,

Beachamp – Newman Museum

Free admission Monday – Friday – by appointment only. This historical museum building was built in the 1830s by Alfred

Battlefields Inn Vacation Rental – Harpers Ferry

The Perfect Harpers Ferry Vacation Rental! Welcome to the Battlefields Inn in Historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, where the Battlefields

Alpine Theatre

The Alpine Theatre opened December 25, 1936. Admission was 25¢ per adult and 15¢ per child. Candy was 5¢; popcorn

For the Kids, by George Children’s Museum

The Washington Heritage Trail Welcome Center in Martinsburg is a kid-friendly orientation exhibit and shop leading visitors onto our region’s

4 best scenic mountain road trips

There is no better way to explore West Virginia than our winding, curvy mountain roads. Whether you’re on 4 wheels

Wheeling National Heritage Area

The Wheeling National Heritage Area preserves and celebrates the city’s dramatic setting, resources, and history, including its role as the

Wheeling Artisan Center

This renovated industrial building with a three-story atrium in the heart of downtown Wheeling is a tribute to this city’s

Tawney Farm, LLC

Looking for a peaceful and private, safe and secure place to camp on the Gauley? Look no further! The Tawney

Prickett’s Fort State Park

This fort was constructed in 1774 to provide early settlers protection from Native American attacks. It was built within 10

Friends of Blackwater

Friends of Blackwater is dedicated to the promotion and protection of the Blackwater Canyon area. Organizes tours and volunteer opportunities

Camp Splinter

Perhaps you’ve stayed here over the years or visited it as a child. Camp Splinter has been in existence since

Braxton County Convention Visitors Bureau (CVB)

We can assist you with planning a visit to beautiful Braxton county. We have information on where to go, what

Beckley-Raleigh County Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce.

Beckley Raleigh Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB)

7 hands-on heritage sites the whole family will love

In West Virginia, you can turn back time and revisit history. Literally. The state has a uniquely rich and exciting

Adaland Mansion and Historic Barn at Philippi

African Zion Baptist Church

Alderson Historic District

Alderson Memorial Pedestrian Bridge

Alexander’s On 7th

Allegheny Treenware

Andrew Lewis Park

Anna Jarvis Birthplace Museum

Barbour County Historical Society Museum

Huntington Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB)

Cannon Hill – Rowlesburg

Cedar Lakes Conference Center

Children’s Museum Of The Ohio Valley

Craik-Patton House Museum

Fort Mill Ridge Civil War Trenches

Henderson Hall

Jefferson County Museum

Jenkins Plantation Museum

John Brown Wax Museum

Mannington Museums

Martinsburg Roundhouse