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  • Adaland Mansion

    Address: 324, 324 Mansion Dr, Philippi, WV 26416
    Philippi
    West Virginia
    26416
    United States

    Adaland Mansion at Philippi was built in 1872 by Augustus Modiste using materials from the land. The house has been open to the public since 1999 and features antique furnishings and a small museum collection about Adaland and Judge Ira E. Robinson. Open for public tours from May 1 to Dec.31 on Wedne Read more [...]

  • Appalachian Forest Heritage Area

    Address: PO Box 1206
    Elkins
    West Virginia
    26241
    United States

    The Appalachian Forest Discovery Center is a museum and visitor center featuring forest heritage – the interaction between people and the forest. The museum explores Forest History, Forest Culture, the Natural Forest, and Forestry – the four theme topics of Appalachian Forest Heritage Area. A new exh Read more [...]

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    Art Museum of WVU

    Address: Two Fine Arts Dr
    Morgantown
    West Virginia
    26505
    United States

    The Art Museum of West Virginia University provides a welcoming and stimulating educational environment for diverse audiences to experience the transformative power of art. Exploring the varied artistic traditions of different cultures, past and present, helps us to understand ourselves, our communit Read more [...]

  • Arthurdale

    Address: Q Road and A Road
    Arthurdale
    West Virginia
    26520
    United States

    Arthurdale was the first federal New Deal community. Begun in 1933, the project relocated desperate WV families and gave them a path to a better life. Eleanor Roosevelt was a major force behind the plan and stayed deeply involved with its people for years. It was sold into private hands during WWII. Read more [...]

  • Beauchamp-Newman Museum

    Address: 29 Beauchamp Dr
    Elizabeth
    West Virginia
    26143
    United States

    The Beauchamp-Newman Museum, long known as the “Old Red Brick” is the oldest brick building in Elizabeth. It was built around 1835-40, by Alfred Beauchamp, grandson of the first settler in the community. It is believed that the bricks were made from local clay deposits on his land, probably by slaves Read more [...]

  • Berkeley Springs State Park

    Address: PO Box 99
    Berkeley Springs
    West Virginia
    25411
    United States

    The Museum of the Berkeley Springs is housed on the second floor of the 1815 Roman Bath House in Berkeley Springs State Park, oldest public building in the historic town. Through its exhibits, publications and activities, the Museum showcases the story of the famous warm mineral springs and their con Read more [...]

  • Beverly Heritage Center

    Address: Court St
    Beverly
    West Virginia
    26253
    United States

    The Beverly Heritage Center is a compelling heritage attraction with a first-rate modern museum, information and facilities for visitors, and a unique gift shop. Beverly Heritage Center combines four historic buildings in the center of Beverly, West Virginia, to tell the story of the Battle of Rich M Read more [...]

  • Bice-Ferguson Museum

    Address: 400 Pike St
    Shinnston
    West Virginia
    26431
    United States

    The Bice-Ferguson Museum became a reality in 2006, thanks to the vision of two former residents Don and Lota (Ferguson) Bice. When the Museum opened there was an extensive collection of antique telephones and furniture that were donated by this generous couple. They also bought the building and paid Read more [...]

  • Bituminous Coal Heritage Foundation Museum

    Address: 347 Main St
    Madison
    West Virginia
    25130
    United States

    The Bituminous Coal Heritage Foundation Museum was created by the Boone County Development Corporation and chartered by the State of West Virginia. The growth of the West Virginia Coal Festival and area historic attractions encouraged Foundation members and the Development Authority to develop a muse Read more [...]