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Ride Like Royalty to the Mountain State


West Virginia’s cities are diverse, offering an array of activities and cultural experiences to everyone. Every city is bustling with attractions at every corner. Come visit New River one of the oldest rivers on the continent. As it flows into West Virginia, it cuts through the Appalachian Plateau, forming the New River Gorge and plenty of whitewater for tubing, rafting, and canoeing and stay for excitement in cities such as Morgantown, Charleston and Huntington filled with dining and history. Discover the best places to visit in West Virginia.


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Are you traveling to a city for a professional event? Our bus line takes you right to the center of downtown of a few popular cities such as Morgantown, and to many of the hotels that host conferences and conventions in each of the cities.


Entertainment & Amusement Parks


Each of the beautiful cities in West Virginia have many attractions and entertainment for all.

One of the most unlikely top attractions in any state, the West Virginia Penitentiary welcomes guests from April through November to tour the grim prison that sometimes held more than 1,000 prisoners at a time. The forbidding Gothic fortress opened in 1876, and the last prisoner left in 1995. Between those dates it was the scene of fires, escapes, prison riots, and almost 100 executions. Visitors can tour the building and its claustrophobia-inducing five-foot by seven-foot cells during the day, or explore the reportedly haunted location at night. The penitentiary is a popular place for paranormal researchers looking for evidence of spectral phenomena.




Five feet higher than the dome of the US Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., the 293-foot golden dome at the State Capitol in Charleston reflects Greek and Roman architectural influences. It was designed by Cass Gilbert, who also designed the Woolworth Building in New York City, the world’s tallest building when it was constructed. During the building process, from 1924 to 1932, more than 700 train carloads of Indiana limestone were used. White marble from Vermont and Italian travertine sheath much of its interior, which you can tour daily.


The Fun Doesn’t End There


There is truly an endless amount of activities to indulge in many cities in West Virginia. Even if

you are going for a specific event, take some time to visit one of the cities many parks. Make

some time to stop at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum  an unconventional a tourist attraction as the West Virginia Penitentiary, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is a landmark in the history of treatment for the mentally ill. West Virginia promises something for everyone, and Baron’s Bus Promises to get you there safely and comfortably!

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