The James Wylie House Bed and Breakfast

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

The Gaslight Theatre

The Gaslight Theatre was built in 1898 and was called the Paramount Theater for many years. Sistersville once boasted the

Taylor Books

Bookstore, Coffee Shop, Cafe’ |amp; Art Gallery! Located on Capitol Street in beautiful downtown Charleston, WV, Taylor Books is an

Stone House Museum

The Stone House, Built Circa 1810 Is On The National Register Of Historic Places And Contains A 24 Room Museum,

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

5 shocking mountain views from WV trails

The mountain state has no shortage of steep trails and wild hikes, but finding wide open, breathtaking views can sometimes

Shepherdstown Historic District

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

Seneca Rocks

Seneca Rocks, located in Monongahela National Forest, is one of the best-known landmarks in West Virginia and have long been noted as

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

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

Pies and Pints – Charleston

This West Virginia treasure in Fayetteville now has another location in Charleston. The pizza crust is hand-stretched and baked on

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.

Organ Cave

A National Historic Landmark plus A National Natural Landmark plus we are on the Civil War Trail. We are the

North House Museum

Built in 1820, the North House Museum contains the collections of the Greenbrier Historical Society, including period furniture, textiles, Civil

New River Gorge National River

New Era One-Room School Museum

The New Era One-Room School Museum is a restored 1884 one room school located at the Mineral Wells Elementary School

Green Bank Observatory

Come enjoy the Green Bank Science Center, featuring hands-on exhibits and displays that introduce you to the science of radio

Museums of Oglebay Institute

Purchased by Colonel Earl W. Oglebay in 1900 as his summer retreat, the Mansion Museum features period antiques and depicts

McColloch’s Leap

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

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

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

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 Convention & Visitors Bureau

Mercer County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB)

TDiscover America’s Coal Story” in Mercer County. The bureau offers travel assistance and group tour information for the area. Our

Mason Dixon Historical Park

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

MacFarland-Hubbard House

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

Lost World Caverns

Descend 120 feet below the Earth’s surface into a vast wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites. Lost World Caverns, discovered in

Locust Creek Covered Bridge

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

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

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 Henry Statue

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

Jim Surkamp Tours

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

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

Hank Williams, Sr. Memorial Bridge

The Bridge Carries Traffic Across The Bluestone River On Route 19 At Spanishburg. This Is Where Hank Crossed Shortly Before

Grandview (New River Gorge National Park & Preserve)

Highest point in the park.  Offers hiking trails, overlooks, and shelters (which are available for reservation). Open from 9 a.m.

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 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

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

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

Fish Creek Covered Bridge

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

Ernest Bowman & Brother

Hardware Store Is Worth Going Into Just To Experience The Spaciousness And Solid Dignity Of A Venerable Franklin Landmark. Rebecca

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

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

Doughboy Statue

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

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,

Cranesville Swamp Nature Preserve

At Cranesville Swamp the elements of wind, water, mountains, and temperature have created a landscape that is both beautiful and

Craik-Patton House Museum

Craik-Patton House, a Greek Revival style home built in 1834 by James Craik, whose grandfather was George Washington’s friend and

Confederate Cemetery

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

Charleston East End Main Street

One of the oldest and most diverse neighborhoods in Charleston, the East End is an eclectic community with a funky,

Ceredo-Kenova Library

The Ceredo-Kenova Library is a one-story structure adjacent to the Ceredo-Kenova War Memorial Building. Built in the 1980’s, the library

Centre Market Historic District

Welcome to Centre Market, an eclectic mix of shops and quality dining. Wheeling’s Centre Market, built in 1853, is older

Cathedral State Park

Cathedral State Park is an ancient hemlock forest of majestic proportions, and one of the last living commemorations of the

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.

Cannon Hill – Rowlesburg

Cannon Hill in Rowlesburg rises above Cheat River on the north side of town. It is a historic site for

Campbell Mansion

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

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

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.

Appalachian Trail Conservancy Visitor Center

Located about 0.25 mile off the Appalachian Trail in historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, in the same building as the

Anna Jarvis Birthplace Museum / General McClellan’s Headquarters

Birthplace of the Founder of Mother’s Day, this house was the first field headquarters of General George McClellan. The house

Andrew Lewis Park

Discovered and named in the early 1750’s for surveyor and later General Andrew Lewis, the park includes the town’s original

Alpine Theatre

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

Alexander’s On 7th

Enjoy the beauty of Old World Craftsmanship as you visit Moundsville’s Newest Eatery-“Alexander’s on 7th,” A National Register property. This

Alderson Memorial Pedestrian Bridge

Built in 1913 and on the National Register of Historic Places, this rare concrete arch bridge links two counties and

Alderson Historic District

Offering 165 structures of historic or architectural significance. Examples include Greek Revival, Federal, Queen Anne, and Victorian, and a restored1896

Alderson Broaddus University

Alderson-Broaddus College has been advancing knowledge and transforming lives through innovative teaching, research, and outreach for more than 130 years. Our

African Zion Baptist Church

Organized in the 1850s as the first black Baptist Church in western Virginia by the Wayne, Isaac, Sullivan, Johnson and

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

Summersville Lake Retreat and Lighthouse

     Summersville Lake Retreat, located in the heart of West Virginia’s Mountain Lakes Region and is situated between the Gauley

North Bend State Park

Named for the horseshoe curve of the North Fork of the Hughes River, North Bend State Park in West Virginia,

Beckley-Raleigh County Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce.

6 dark-sky destinations & adventures after sundown in WV

Here in West Virginia, we enjoy a nightlife that isn’t just average— it’s Almost Heaven. Of course we have the usual

Adaland Mansion and Historic Barn at Philippi

This stately brick mansion was built in 1870 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The land

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