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Things to do in West Virginia
Huntington - see examples of stained Blenko Glass
With over 100 years of experience and tradition WV Blenko have been blowing glass and making handcrafted glassware that has graced the finest of houses. The factory still produces beautiful examples of stained glass that are amongst the best in the world. Take a walk around the visitor center and learn some of the techniques that are becoming rare, as a result of mass production methods now used around the world.
Huntington - stroll and explore the historic Madie Carroll House
The building now known as the Madie Caroll House began its life as a private home in Gallipolis Ohio, but was moved by flatboat to Guyandotte in 1810. It was then turned into an Inn by Thomas Carroll in 1854. The house has been preserved in its original condition and contains a museum depicting the history of the area, as well as that of the Carroll family.
Morgantown - explore the Monongalia County Courthouse
Completed in 1891 the Monongalia Courthouse is an interesting building with its 5 story tower, topped by a round turret, that makes it stand out from the other buildings in town. Take a look around the inside and find the wooden statue of Patrick Henry, which once stood on the top of the tower. He led the movement for Virginia’s independence and also served as the State’s first Governor.
Morgantown - go bargain hunting at the Blue Horizon flea market
For some of the best bargains in the area take a visit to the Blue Horizon Flea Market in Maidsville which is held every Sunday morning and hunt through the items available on each of the stalls. Everything from small household items to farm machinery can be found. Each week there are both used and new bargains to be had. Can you spot and find a bargain?
Morgantown - go swinging at Alpine Lake golf course
Set in the rolling hills surrounding Morgantown the Alpine Lake Golf Course offers a great day's golf for players of all standards. The fairways are narrow at times as they are lined by trees, making the course beautiful and relaxing. There are also water hazards to watch out for. The signature hole is the 10th, which is a challenging downhill shot with water around three sides of the green, so take extra care with your swing or putt.
Morgantown - have a picnic at Westover Park
Consisting of just 5 acres of grassland and woodlands, Westover Park in Morgantown provides residents in the city with a beautiful place to relax by taking a walk or having a picnic with friends. For the more energetic there are baseball pens, basketball courts and a volleyball court. There are paved trails for you to follow making it easy to get around, plus there is an ornamental garden to delight your senses.
Morgantown - sample the freshest products at the farmers' market
For the freshest produce supplied by growers from the local area make you way each Saturday morning between May and October to the Morgantown Farmers’ Market. Here you will find the best in meats, dairy products, eggs, vegetables, fruits and breads to take home and enjoy. Whilst you are making your purchases look out for the local musicians, who often will be playing for your enjoyment and entertainment.
Morgantown - soak up the atmosphere in downtown Morgantown
Downtown Morgantown is a collection of over 100 buildings that have been developed since the turn of the 20th century. Now it offers an impressive collection of restaurants, bars and shops as well as over 100 different businesses offering a wide selection of services. Although over the years the shops have changed, the buildings in the area have remained and provide an interesting insight to American architecture.
Morgantown - take your children to Pinocchio's Books and Toys Store
Children and those who are young at heart will love visiting Pinocchio’s Books and Toys Store in Morgantown. Here you will find all the latest releases in toys and books as well as some classics from your childhood. Formerly a hotel, the building is one of the oldest in the town and has been supplying toys and books for over 14 years.
Morgantown - view the Old Stone House
The oldest building in downtown Morgantown is the Old Stone House with its rough hewn sandstone blocks and dirt floors, as it has been restored to its original condition. At over 225 years of age the building is an excellent example of the building style of the time and now serves as a craft and gift shop offering products made by local artisans.
Introduction of West Virginia
West Virginia is a mountainous eastern state. It spans the Appalachian Mountains and forms a link between the America's industrial Midwest states, the old Northeastern states and the rest of the American South. Hotels in West Virginia provide a range of accommodation options, from upscale corporate conferencing venues, to big-name branded motels, travel lodges, guesthouses and more. From hotels, visitors have excellent access to a range of historic attractions, scenic outdoors destinations, charming communities, water sports, winter activities and more. Several key interstate highways cross the state and conveniently-located hotels in the city mean travelers can easily find somewhere to take a break from long drives. In the town it has something to offer almost any visitor. The state enjoys a rich history and many places had key roles in the history of the nation. Two historic railroads can be found in the state. Fans of the outdoors can enjoy fine hiking, climbing, fishing, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, cycling, walking and camping. In winter, West Virginia offers many great venues for skiing and snowboarding.