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All Potomac Highlands

The first breathtaking glimpse of the Potomac Highlands challenges visitors to conquer nature in their own special ways. Skiers gather at the Highlands’ downhill and cross country ski areas. Mountain bikers come to take advantage of the steep inclines at the Monongahela National Forest, George Washington National Forest and Lost River State Park. Whitewater fiends finds a worthy challenge in the gnarly little streams that become torrents with spring rains. Rock climbers and spelunkers come to push their personal limits above and below ground. And families come to share spectacular views and cozy cabins in the woods. This outdoor recreation mecca and scenic wonderland is waiting to be discovered by you.

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    Hardy County Historical Society Museum

    Address: 104 S Main St
    Moorefield
    West Virginia
    26836
    United States

    The Hardy County Historical Society Museum was established in 2016 to preserve and share the history of Hardy County, West Virginia. The county was formed in 1786 and exhibited significant influence in history. Located in the recent renovated 1847 Mullin Hotel, the museum holds a prominent place on Main Street Read more [...]

  • Pocahontas County Historical Society

    Address: 17890 Seneca Trail
    Marlinton
    West Virginia
    24954
    United States

    The Pocahontas County Historical Society Museum was dedicated and opened on June 5, 1963, during West Virginia’s Centennial Year. Present were the noted author, Pearl S. Buck, and the Governor of West Virginia, W. W. Barron. The property was acquired by the Historical Society from Mrs. Anna V. Hunter in Read more [...]

  • Droop Mountain Battlefield Museum

    Address: 683 Droop Park Road
    Hillsboro
    West Virginia
    24946
    United States

    The Droop Mountain Battlefield Museum is a collection of Civil War relics and other objects related to the November 6, 1863 battle at Droop Mountain.  It is housed in a former  park vacation cabin constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936.  Displayed items are  primarily field found or locally Read more [...]

  • The Stirrup Gallery

    Address: 100 Campus Dr
    Elkins
    West Virginia
    26241
    United States

    It begins with the Stone Age and ends in the early 20th century. This is the legacy of prodigious collector Hosea M. Darby, a native son of Preston County, West Virginia, and successful Elkins architect and builder, who gave his home and collection of more than 10,000 items to Davis Read more [...]

  • Pocahontas County Historical Museum

    Address: 17890 Seneca Trail
    Marlinton
    West Virginia
    24954
    United States

    The Pocahontas County Historical Museum is devoted to the history of Pocahontas County. The museum was opened in 1963 by the Pocahontas County Historical Society. The upcoming West Virginia centennial was the main motivating factor for the Society to establish the museum. It covers the history of Pocahontas County beginning 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 exhibit each year explores 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 Mountain and the Read more [...]