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Eighteenth century historic house that was home to minister Alexander Campbell.
Featuring an 1850s farmhouse, Cockayne Farmstead is a time capsule of rural American life and an active site of conservation and discovery.
Exhibits, artifacts, properties, and sites related to the history and culture of Harrison County, West Virginia.
Non-profit art gallery and culture center that offers workshops and features artwork from various local artists.
Visit the Oglebay Mansion Museum (the estate of Cleveland industrialist Earl W. Oglebay) and the Oglebay Institute Glass Museum, which houses a collection of more than 3,500 examples of Wheeling-made glass and china and the Sweeney Punch Bowl.
The Ronceverte Museum highlights various aspects of the city of Ronceverte and its history to include commercial, government, social, creation of the town, and railroad and lumber heritage.
Exhibits exploring the social, cultural, and technological history of West Virginia’s mineral resources and related industries.
In addition to grants, their direct programs include traveling exhibits, History Alive!, regional lectures, and e-WV, the online West Virginia Encyclopedia.
Features exhibits that celebrate the central Appalachian forest, its history, culture, natural history, forest management, and products.
Disciples of Christ Historical Society preserves the many documents, books, periodicals, audio and visual materials, and precious artifacts that tell the story of the Stone-Campbell heritage.
The only nationally accredited visual art museum of its size in the Tri-State region, the HMA serves the public as a museum and cultural center.
Explore Monroe County's history in this museum and two adjacent log cabins.
Coal mining museum and organization focused on educating the public on regional coal mining heritage.
Two art galleries that present touring exhibitions as well as exhibitions drawn from West Virginia University's collection.
University library system that features rotating exhibits and art displays in the Downtown Library, Evansdale Library, Health Sciences Library, and virtually.
The birthplace for the state of West Virginia that is now a museum dedicated to the history of statehood and the Civil War.
An 1850s Greek Revival house that houses the Berkeley County Museum.
The North House Museum is home to historic period rooms, exhibits, a library, genealogy and family history resources, and an archive.
Permanent and temporary exhibits related to Jefferson County and regional history.
Offers a personal, hands-on education in the birth and growth of electronic communication and entertainment, including the WV Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
Housed in the Blackman-Bosworth Store, this museum presents the history of Randolph County and includes a subscription school and a log cabin.
White Sulphur Springs
National Historic Landmark & award-winning resort that has been welcoming guests since 1778 and features the President’s Cottage Museum and a declassified Cold War era bunker.
Heritage museum featuring log cabins, an early farmhouse, livestock, an operational 19th century blacksmith shop, community buildings, and more.
Visit the Wetzel County Museum to learn more about the interesting history of Wetzel County dating all the way back to Native American Adena culture.