The Wetzel County Museum is located in the historic district of New Martinsville, WV. Placed within a restored early 20th century hardware store, the museum provides the local community and tourists with exhibits, programs, and events based on Wetzel County’s rich Native American, Early Frontier, River, Glass, Oil, and Gas history. With many special artifacts such as Viking Glass, Native American arrowheads, and more, the Wetzel County Museum offers all history enthusiasts a chance to learn about our area’s past, present, and future! Recently, the museum has been very active on social media, especially Instgram, hosted multiple movie screenings, and is installing new exhibitions!
The Wetzel County Museum is open on Monday-Saturday, 10am-4pm. Admission is free and groups are welcome! Visit the Wetzel County Museum at 136 Main St., New Martinsville, WV.