Underground coal mine tour, with related exhibits.
11 mile steam-driven railroad tour and historic lumbering town exhibits.
Nature center and interpretive exhibits.
Ride into town via a deserted one lane train tunnel nearly 4/5 of a mile long.
Fully functional replica of the original Cooper’s Mill, located nearby. Nice photo and picnic spot.
Radio telescope site with guided tours.
Lots of activities to explore and enjoy this historic area.
The building where John Brown and several of his followers barricaded themselves in 1859.
Statue of a local celebrity.
Interpretive guides and exhibits about the New River Gorge.
Hiking, kayaking, guided fishing trips, ziplines in the beauty of West Virginia landscapes.
This National Historic Landmark served as a sanctuary for the mentally ill beginning in the mid-1800’s.