Charleston Stage Company - The Company, through its quality productions, uncompromising standards, and commitment to diversity, education, and excellence, has personified the essence of a quality community arts organization.
Water Ways Park - Features two giant downhill water slides; a relaxing lazy river; a Jr. Olympic sized pool; two kiddy pools with waterfall, swings and slides; 18 hole miniature golf; and picnic shelters to accommodate 250 people with grill and bathroom facilities.
Waves of Fun Water Park - For an exhilarating thrill with top to bottom, non-stop excitement, plunge down the Aqua Tube, spiraling at breath-taking speed...Or, for surprising twists and exciting turns, try the other slides for a fun packed day of water action!
Craik-Patton House - Constructed in 1834 by the Rev. James Craik, the Craik-Patton House allows the visitor to travel back to a time of petticoats and carriages, quilting bees and quill pens.
Blenko Glass Company - Offers a interesting way to gain understanding of the making of hand-blown glassware. Be entranced with the first floor's factory outlet area and its many examples of the craftsman's art. On the second floor you will see the Designer's corner, where nine leading American stained glass studios are on display, a beautiful exhibit of their artistry as practiced today.
Bituminous Coal Museum - Preserving the heritage of the Southern WV coal fields through Miner's tools, photographs, oral history tapes, company records and other pieces of the state's mining history.
Camden Park - Nestled between the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Camden Park's twenty six acres are home to 25 amusement rides, including a kiddieland, log ride and three coasters. Camden Park offers games, food stands, a cafeteria, gift shop, miniature golf course, stern wheeler riverboat, extensive picnic facilities and authentic Native American burial mound.
Fox Fire Resort - A 45-acre resort specializing in family outdoor recreation. Activities include public picnicking, fishing, waterslide, spray ground, swimming pools, jacuzzi, paddle boats, kayaks, putt golf, tennis, basketball and volleyball. The resort has been in operation since in 1978. FOX FIRE also offers hot air balloon rides.
Madie Carroll House - As legend goes, the Madie Carroll House arrived in Guyandotte by flatboat in 1810. James Gallaher, a river tradesman, had obtained the house in Gallipolis and placed the house on lot number 34 in Guyandotte.
Heritage Farm Museum & Village - Allows you to step back in time at this farm museum and village which recreates and preserves the Appalachian heritage. It features the farm museum, petting zoo, animal barn, displays and more.
Huntington Museum of Art - Offers displays such as the beauty of glass, the wisdom and whimsy of Appalachian folk art, sculptures, the detailed work of American furniture, the serenity of 19th and 20th century American and European paintings; and the intricacy of Islamic prayer rugs.
Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences - Discover a world of Music, Theater, Art and Science. From exciting performances to family fun days, you're sure to find the Clay Center to be a priceless experience that will cause you to say, "WOW!"
Museum of Radio & Technology - Interested in Antique Radios? Visit the Museum of Radio and Technology in Huntington. Try the working crystal radio. No batteries or plug-in power needed. Rotary spark gap demonstrator.