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West Virginia

Almost heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River
Life is old there, older than the trees, younger than the mountains, blowing like a breeze
Country roads, take me home to the place I belong
West Virginia, mountain mamma, take me home, country roads

The above lyrics from the iconic song "Take Me Home, Country Roads" by John Denver capture the essence of West Virginia. “The Mountain State” is indeed a scenic display of Mother Nature’s beauty and ruggedness. Outdoor activities abound in West Virginia; fans of rock climbing, hiking, camping, white water rafting, caving, skiing, boating, fishing, and exploring will agree with Denver’s lyrics of “Almost Heaven, West Virginia.”

But there is more to see and do in West Virginia than outdoor activities, way more. Historical sites, Museums, numerous state parks, the fascinating story of coal mining, and some of the friendliest people you have ever met add up to the many reasons why West Virginia is a popular vacation destination.

Let’s take a look at some of the unique attractions that West Virginia has to offer:

  • West Virginia State Capitol. The towering 293-foot golden roof of the West Virginia State Capital in Charleston is a sight that is easy to see when driving through the state’s capital city, and it is well worth the time to take a tour of the impressive edifice. A creation of the acclaimed architect Cass Gilbert, the stately structure boasts the largest state capital dome in the U.S. The tour of the Capital is a memorable experience with the artwork, marble walls, the massive Austrian crystal chandeliers in the House and Senate chambers, and the Governor's Reception Room. The building is filled with many statues, and a visitor's favorite is the iconic West Virginia coal miner. And please do not forget to stop at the war memorial and pay homage to the veterans of WWI, WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and every conflict since.
  • West Virginia State Museum at the Culture Center. While you are still in Charleston don’t forget to check out the West Virginia State Museum at the Culture Center. There are many themes that run deep in the Mountaineer State; coal mines, intriguing history, natural beauty, spellbinding geology, aesthetically-pleasing works of art, paleontology, and archaeology are all a deep part of West Virginia, and they are all on display here. The lower level of the museum features a “show path” of rooms that takes you on an entrancing, enchanting trip through the state’s prehistoric times up to today. The rooms are filled with exhibits, films, and audio that will take you right back to the time they are illustrating, and the guides will fill in the blanks. One more treat: a dirt path begins the journey and ends with a modern paved road.
  • Monongahela National Forest and Seneca Rocks. Think about the words to the song “Take me Home, County Roads” mentioned earlier: “Almost Heaven, West Virginia.” When you experience the breathtaking view from 4,863 feet above sea level, you can not help but wonder if the writers of the song stood exactly at this spot. Climbers will love conquering the trails to get to the top, bird watchers will revel in the more than 200 bird species that call the area home, the North Fork River offers phenomenal fishing opportunities, and the many times of majestic trees offer many places to relax and enjoy Mother Nature. The Seneca Rocks Discovery Center offers superb campgrounds, and if climbing is not your thing, there is a 1.3-mile self-guided explanatory trail that starts at the Discovery Center and allows non-climbers to ascend to the elevated heights and gaze at the millions-of-years-old exquisite rock formations.
  • Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. Located in Weston, close to I-79 near highway 33, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum has a haunting, morbidly fascinating allure. Construction for the structure began in 1858 and continued for the next few decades. The tours at the now-closed asylum will take you on a whirlwind trip through Civil War skirmishes, various historical eras, the architecture of the building, and the at times inhumane, barbaric treatment of the insane inhabitants of the institution. However, there are two sides to that story, and when you see the day-to-day life of both the patients/inmates and the guards you can make up your mind as to how the mentally ill were treated. The tour takes a deep dive into the various medical procedures performed in the asylum, the effect of the Civil War on the building’s construction, shock treatments, lobotomies, Hydrotherapy, and the ward for the criminally insane. As an added bonus, the asylum is a hotbed of paranormal activity with several reports of ghost sightings, and unexplained noises that have attracted the attention of television shows like Ghost Adventures, Paranormal Challenge, Ghost Hunters, and more.
  • The Greenbrier. Located at White Sulpher Springs, and designated as a National Historic Landmark, the Greenbriar is hard to sum up in one simple sentence. The attractions range from taking a healing dip in the restorative waters of the Mineral Spa, reveling in the charming, dignified countryside, and meticulously manicured gardens, enjoying a round of golf, hitting the outdoor tennis courts, going for a horseback ride, rolling the dice at the Casino Club, savor the wide range of offerings at one of the eight restaurants where you can choose between local delights or international treats, all the while gazing at the verdant, picturesque mountains. If all of this weren’t enough, you can also tour a genuine, 1950s-style cold-war shelter that was designed to protect the entire U.S. Congress in the event of a nuclear war.
  • Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine. Since coal was first discovered in West Virginia in the early 1700s the resource has been a crucial part of the state’s history, economy, environment, and culture. You can get a feel for what it was like for the miners going to work by taking a guided tour deep into the seemingly bottomless depth of an antiquated, now-closed mine. Many miners have described their feelings as a mix of exciting danger and dread of the enveloping darkness. The guides are former miners who describe both the economic vitality that coal delivers to the Mountaineer State and the terrible human toll of terrifying cave-ins, and the agonizing, debilitating Black-Lung Disease. The tour also is home to a centuries-old coal town, complete with a one-room schoolhouse, a blacksmith shop, log homes, and a company store depicted by Tennessee Ernie Ford in the song Sixteen Tons: St. Peter, don't you call me 'cause I can't go
    I owe my soul to the company store.
  • West Virginia Penitentiary. Located in the town of Moundsville in the West Virginia panhandle, the West Virginia Penitentiary is another one of those haunted, dysphoria-like, and mesmerizing locations in the state. Erected in 1876 and closed in 1995, the Gothic design of the structure is unnerving and alluring at the same time. When it comes to intimidating maximum security prisons, these walls have seen it all: riots, executions, recreation-yard (“rec-yard”) murders, arson, and escapes. The five-feet by seven-feet cells are small even by high-level prison standards. The guided tour will introduce you to the infamous cellblock known as “The Alamo” that was specifically designed to control the most vicious and predatory inmates in the institution, give you a chance to walk the rec yard, see the visiting rooms, and learn more about the tumultuous history of the prison. As an added bonus, midnight tours are available that will give you a chance to see one of the numerous ghost sightings that are reported frequently.
  • Harper’s Ferry. For Civil War enthusiasts a stop at Harper’s Ferry is an absolute must. Situated at the convergence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers, where the states of Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia intersect, Harper’s Ferry has earned its place in history due to the actions of the fanatical abolitionist John Brown. On the evening of October 16th, 1859, Brown and a small group of men invaded the town with the intention of ending slavery in America. They took over the federal armory and rifle factory. The siege did not last long; many of Brown’s men were killed and Brown was captured, tried for treason, and executed. Many consider this the opening shots of the Civil War. Check out John Brown’s Fort, and the John Brown Wax Museum for an engrossing trip back in time and uncover many little-known facts of that critical time in American history.
  • Cass Scenic Railroad State Park. For another relaxing glimpse back to an earlier age, there is nothing quite like a trip on the open observation coach of a steam locomotive. The four and one half hour round trip from the park to the top of Bald Knob is a truly unique sensory experience that will take you close to wildlife, trees, flowers, and a majestic, panoramic view of the countryside. Aboarrrrd”!
  • Let’s not forget the many other attractions in the Mountaineer State. Snowshoe resort is open all year and is home to world-class skiing, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, golf, fishing, and canoeing. New River is the place for some incredible white water rafting, and for those to love to explore caves, Seneca Caverns has spent the last 460 million years preparing itself for your exploration. The Grave Creek Burial Mounds located in the panhandle town of Moundsville will take you back in time over 2,000 years and deliver unique insights into the lives of the inhabitants and how they erected the mounds. Stargazers will love the National Radio Astronomy in Greenbank. Mothman Museum and Festival in Point Pleasant will give you the chance to discover the legend of Mothman, a winged human-like creature all dressed in black, with fiery red eyes. Blackwater Falls State Park Davis Named for the dark waters of the Blackwater River, colored by tannic acid from fallen hemlock and red spruce needles, Blackwater Falls drops 60 feet over sandstone ledges before the river continues to rush through an eight-mile-long gorge. And don’t forget to stop at Berkeley Springs for an up-close look at George Washington’s bathtub.

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