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Located in Charleston’s vibrant downtown area, Capitol Market is built within a historic, turn-of-the-century train depot. It hosts vendors providing farm-fresh produce, crafted goods, delicious eats, as well as festivals and special events throughout the year.
Located in historic downtown Huntington, Ritter Park is a 75-acre public greenspace boasting a crushed limestone pathway for cyclists and joggers, a gorgeous rose garden featuring 3,300, a dog park, and an amphitheater (home of the Huntington Area Regional Theater).
The Morgantown History Museum is devoted to telling the history of the Greater Morgantown area spanning the ages from paleolithic times to modern day. Permanent exhibits include collections of local glassware, pottery, tributes to Don Knotts, an extensive historical photograph collection and much more.
Fort Boreman Park is located at the site of a Civil War fort founded at the confluence of the Little Kanawha and Ohio Rivers. The park features picnic tables, a playground, a scenic overlook of Parkersburg and the river, and restroom facilities.
Also known as the Robert H. Mollohan-Jefferson Street Bridge or High Level Bridge, this historic concrete arch bridge connects east and west Fairmont over the Monongahela River. Featuring 10-foot lanes and seven-foot sidewalks on either side of the bridge, this landmark is a sight to behold.
Take an underground tour, guided by veteran coal miners and see hands-on demonstrations and exhibits centered on West Virginia’s rich coal mining history. Visit the surrounding restored coal camp including structures like the Coal Company House, the Superintendent’s Home, and the Pemberton Coal Camp Church.
Located between the junction of Route 98 and 19 is Clarksburg’s largest entertainment park, Veteran’s Memorial Park, including the Clarksburg SplashZone Water Park, a mini golf course, tennis courts, an amphitheater, a dog park, a skate park, baseball fields, and year-round events, this is Clarksburg’s premium outdoor venue.
Located just north of Bridgeport, WV the Pete Dye Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course featuring 7,248 yards from the longest tees for par of 72 named for (and designed by) legendary golf course designer, Pete Dye.
Featuring a massive wave pool, a serpentine tube water slide, reservable cabanas, and float tubes available for rent, this Putnam County attraction is the perfect water park destination for the whole family
This museum is dedicated to the preservation of the heritage and history of the glass industry in West Virginia and throughout America. Collection includes glassworks from around the world and from some of America’s most famous glass factories
This 97-foot covered bridge is one of two historic bridges in Jackson County, West Virginia. Originally built in 1888 over Mill Creek, eight miles southeast of where it stands today, spanning the pond at Cedar Lakes State Conference Center.
Located along the Elk River, Clendenin’s historic downtown area in Kanawha County consists of 38 structures, mainly Victorian-style commercial buildings, built between 1890 and 1940.
Located in downtown Sutton, WV, this museum is a celebration of West Virginia’s famous extraterrestrial cryptid, the Flatwoods Monster. The collection features related artifacts, historic items, memorabilia, and more. The museum is also the visitors center for Braxton County.