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All New River/Greenbrier River Valleys

From peaceful farmlands and historic towns to raging whitewater rivers, the New River and Greenbrier Valleys is a region of diversity. Resorts, outdoor dramas, parks, natural wonders and amazing engineering feats entice visitors to this busy area. Here scenic beauty and wild rivers provide food for the soul as well as a feast for the eye. There are incredible state parks, adventures awaiting on the mild or wild whitewater of the region and hiking and biking on rail trails or on the backroads and forests of your choice. Explore the mountains and the valleys, the stunning scenery and still untamed terrain, the old railroad towns and the new centers of culture and commerce. Pick your own adventure at a spectacular state park or succumb to the pampering of a world-renowned spa.

  • Monroe County Historical Society

    Address: 375 Main St
    Union
    West Virginia
    24983
    United States

    Our Museum on Main Street in Union is staffed by volunteers. In the main building and two adjacent log houses are numerous artifacts from various periods of Monroe County history. Frontier settlement, family traditions, early industry, enslavement, civil war, sacrifice, and freedom – these are some of the stories in our Read more [...]

  • Greenbrier Military School Memorial Museum

    Address: 400 N Lee St
    Lewisburg
    West Virginia
    24901
    United States

    Now the WV School of Osteopathic Medicine, this school (1875-1972) and the former Greenbrier College on Church Street had their origins in the co-ed Lewisburg Academy. Featuring museum displays and memorabilia. The museum is located beside the WVSOM Alumni Center. Call for hours.  

  • Craft Memorial Library

    Address: 600 Commerce St.
    Bluefield
    West Virginia
    24701
    United States

    Craft Memorial Library provides materials and services to all residents of Mercer County, WV and the surrounding area to meet educational, informational, cultural and recreational interests or needs.

  • Wyoming County Historical Museum

    Address: 1325 Cooke Parkway
    Oceana
    West Virginia
    24870
    United States

    Recognizing that our past profoundly influences our future, the Wyoming County Historical Museum collects, preserves, and interprets the historic and prehistoric cultural heritage of Wyoming County, West Virginia. Our vision is of people from all walks of life, in all stages of life, being drawn to a welcoming place where Read more [...]

  • Those Who Served War Museum

    Address: 1500 W Main St
    Princeton
    West Virginia
    24740
    United States

    The freedoms that we all enjoy today would not be held were it not for the heroic efforts of the common man and woman. Ordinary people who became extraordinary through their fight for our country. It is to these individuals that the Mercer County War Museum is dedicated. The War Read more [...]

  • Princeton Railroad Museum

    Address: 99 Mercer St
    Princeton
    West Virginia
    24740
    United States

    Take a step back in time, as you walk through the doors of this Historic Princeton Railroad Museum, and learn how the railroad shaped our town. We feature the Virginian Railway, but other railroads are represented including the N&W. We house exhibits of railroad artifacts plus artwork, books, and photographs. Read more [...]

  • Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia

    Address: 509 Ewart Ave
    Beckley
    West Virginia
    25801
    United States

    The Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia, located in Beckley, is open to the public year round. As an early museum experience for children, the Museum is informal, but our purpose is serious. We provide opportunities for play-based educational programs in a secure and engaging environment. The Main Gallery, presents Read more [...]

  • Raleigh County Veterans Museum

    Address: 1557 Harper Rd
    Beckley
    West Virginia
    25801
    United States

    The idea for a veteran’s museum originated with a group of WWII veterans. The museum opened in 2001 and added a second building in 2003. Over the years the Museum evolved into a depository for documents, uniforms, and military relics from all of America’s wars. Among the historically exceptional relics Read more [...]

  • Camp Washington-Carver

    Address: HC 35, Box 5 Clifftop, WV 25831
    Danese
    West Virginia
    25831
    United States

    Camp Washington-Carver is set on an 83-acre wooded hillside tract at Clifftop and is rich in the natural and cultural history of the area. The lodge and guest cottage were originally a 4-H and agricultural extension for West Virginia’s African American residents. The site also has served as a youth Read more [...]