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Pinellas Park, Florida
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Dublin, Ohio
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Ansted, West Virginia
Culture, History
The museum contains artifacts of educator Booker T. Washington and Carter G. Woodson. Nearby, Talcot is home to the Big Bend Tunnel where legendary steel-drivin man John Henry helpd to building tunnel through a mile of rock.
Phillippi, West Virginia
Terra Alta, West Virginia
THIS MUSEUM IS NOW CLOSED.
Grafton, West Virginia
Culture, History, Historic House, Military
A Wooden two-story structure that was built in 1854 by Granville Jarvis and occupied by the family for several years. 95% is orginal, so it takes you back in time. We have over 5000 items on display.
Ansted, West Virginia
Church
Arthurdale, West Virginia
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
Arthurdale is the nation's first New Deal Homestead Community. It provided a chance for coal miners and others suffering from the effects of the Great Depression. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was an active force behind the project, was active in its progress and visited often. She handed out high school graduation diplomas from 1935 to 1944 and often invited graduates to dine at the White House.
Charleston, West Virginia
Art, Children's, Culture, History, Planetarium, Science
With more than 9,000 square feet of gallery space, the art gallery houses the museum’s Permanent Collection as well as important, large-scale traveling exhibitions. The museum’s movable wall system and high ceiling allow the display of large 2-D or 3-D artworks. The art gallery has sophisticated climate control and lighting systems. With striking interior architecture complemented by dramatic views from on the three-story atrium, each visit is sure to be memorable.
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