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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.
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.
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.
Huntington, West Virginia
Culture, History, Historical Society, Library, Specialized
The Collis P. Huntington Railroad Historical Society (CPH) is one of 160 National Railway Historical Societies in the United States. Founded in 1959, and became a part of the NRHS in 1959.
Grafton, West Virginia
Culture, History
The Mother's Day Shrine and Museum was established in the memory of Anna Marie Jarvis by her daughter Anna Jarvis in 1908. Nearing our centennial year, we seek to preserve, promote, and develop through education the Spirit of Motherhood. Exhibits vary throughout the year, reflect on the culture and heritage of our community of Grafton West Virginia. The authentic sanctuary is used for weddings, musical programs, and community gatherings.
Weston, West Virginia
Art, Culture, History, Specialized
Imagine a museum dedicated to the region and nation's rich glass heritage. A place where examples of thousands of products can be viewed and compared and where the stories of people and processes come to life! The WVMAG provides this and much, much more.
Huntington, West Virginia
Culture, History, Library, Science
Largest antique radio museum in the U.S., with 10,000 square feet of display area, and a collection valued at over 1.5 million dollars.
South Charleston, West Virginia
Culture, History, Historic House, Library
The Museum is currently headquartered in the historic LaBelle Theater at 311 D Street in South Charleston, WV.
Morgantown, West Virginia
Culture, History, Library, Specialized, University
Housed in the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources at WVU, the Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum is dedicated to preserving and promoting the social, cultural and technological history of the coal, oil and natural gas industries of the state of West Virginia through the collection, preservation, research and exhibition of objects relevant to these industries. The museum is named in honor of Royce J.
Point Pleasant, West Virginia
Art, Culture, History, Military
We have an extensive collection of Navy Recruiting posters dating back the last 100 years, as well as a special exhibit of Patriotic Pinups, and much more! Our Ship's Store has tshirts, posters, postcards, pins, patches, hats, plus much more!
Buckhannon, West Virginia
Cemetery, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Located at 81 West Main Street, the History Center is open between early June and the end of September, 2008, Sunday afternoons, 1-4pm. Each summer we have many returning visitors and some who are visiting for the very first time. We still have too many people who tell us that they want to make a visit but put it off until the exhibit closes. Make a note on your calendar to visit the exhibit this summer.
Mannington, West Virginia
Culture, History, Historical Society
The West Augusta Historical Society in Mannington, West Virginia is a group of people dedicated to preserving the history of the City of Mannington, of Marion County, and of West Virginia.
Charleston, West Virginia
Culture, History
The West Virginia State Museum is dedicated to inspiring, educating and enriching the lives of the public by instilling a deeper understanding and sense of pride through the collection, preservation and exhibition of diverse cultural and historic traditions, focusing on every aspect of West Virginia history, culture, art, paleontology, archaeology and geology from all geographic regions - representing the people, land and industries.
Scarbro, West Virginia
Art, Cemetery, Children's, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Specialized
The 1890 whipple company store was the center of coal camp life in the turn of the century through the 50's The 18,000 sq ft building and its unique structure is captivating as well as wonderous to see. We strive to celebrate the cultural heritage of the west virginia coal miner and the familes that lived, wored and died here.
Oceana, West Virginia
Culture, General, History
Our vision is of people from all walks of life, in all stages of life, being drawn to a welcoming place where they experience quality learning through the unique aspects of the museum setting; through that learning they become more engaged in their community, developing an appreciation of the collective experiences of those who have gone before, and a passion to perpetuate those experiences to benefit those yet to come.
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