Place Category: Potomac Highlands
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 First Campaign of the American Civil War, the pivotal role of the Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike, and daily life in a small rural county seat through the 19th Century.
Included are the
- 1900 Beverly Bank building
- 1808 Randolph County Court House
- 1912 Hill building and the
- 1856 Bushrod Crawford / McClellan’s Headquarters building
The Center has museum exhibits, visitor information, public restrooms, gift shop, and research archives.