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Theatre West Virginia - Amid southern West Virginia's national parklands. Spectacular entertainment under the stars each summer!

Carnegie Hall - Nestled in the Allegheny Mountains, Carnegie Hall is one of only four Carnegie's in the world. For 25 years, Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg has operated as a regional center for the visual and performing arts. Such notable performers as Taj Mahal, Gillian Welch, and Isaac Stern have performed on its historic stage.

Tamarack - Features some of the best handmade crafts in the state. Guests have the unique opportunity to watch West Virginia Artists at work. Artists master their crafts in one of Tamarack's five demonstration studios daily as well as get answers to questions from the artists themselves. Also there are live entertaining musicians and actors you can enjoy.

Huntington Railroad Museum - Find out what trains were the most powerful and heaviest steam locomotives ever built. This is a place where you can witness the preserve of the town's historical railroad past.

Princeton Railroad Museum - Discover the colorful and dynamic heritage of railroading, the industry that built our nation. You'll find vibrant railroad art, fascinating exhibits and a remarkable array of railroad artifacts that tell the story of the men and women who worked on the railroad.

Songer Whitewater - Offers outstanding family whitewater rafting trips on West Virginia's best Rivers, which wind through not only America's best white water rafting waters, but you will also find some of America's most beautiful scenery. With dependable flows, rafting trips offer excitement for both the beginner and experienced white water river rafter.

Equestrian Adventures - Offers access to over 6000 acres of trail on horseback riding fun along the New River Gorge National Park.

Lost World Caverns - Descend 100 feet below the surface of the earth into a vast chamber highly decorated with many flowstone formations. Features The Castle, A stalagmite which grows one cubic inch every 100 to 125 years, Crystal Waterfall, Snowy Chandelier and much more.

Greenbrier Valley Theatre - A live-performance theatre and much more. GVT is involved in all aspects of the arts and humanities, with people of all ages.

Chuck Mathena Center - The center offers a variety of cultural, educational, and theatrical events. This includes plays, musicals, comedians, children's productions, and other performing arts.

Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine - 1500 feet of underground passages that have been restored from the mine operated by the Phillips Family in the late 1800's. Get an authentic view of low seam coal mining from its earliest manual stages to modern mechanized operation.

Youth Museum of Southern West Virginia - The main gallery is made up of four railroad boxcars. The central exhibit area features an average of three different exhibits yearly. Designed to entertain as well as educate. Group tours include a visit to the Museum's Planetarium.

Raleigh County Veterans Museum - A grass roots project evolved from the efforts of local citizens who have volunteered their time, effort, and dedication to the concept of honoring those who have served our great country in uniformed service.

River Expeditions - A rafting and adventure outfitter unlike any other. Where the mountains and rivers meet is where the 'Extreme experience' begins. The finest offerings in adventure packages, coupled with unmatched hospitality and service, truly allow you to relax, have fun and enjoy you escape to the mountains.

ACE Adventure Resort - The adventure vacation destination featuring West Virginia's finest in outdoor activities.

Organ Cave - One of the longest caves in the United States with over 40 miles of mapped passageways. The exploration of the cave is far from complete as teams of experienced explorers continue their work.

Sunshine Farm & Gardens - In the past 27 years they've managed to amass a diverse collection of well over 10,000 different, hardy to zone 5 perennials, bulbs, trees and shrubs from every corner of the Earth on a 60-acre mountain top.

Historic Fayette Theatre - Great entertainment for the whole family.

Three Rivers Avian Center - A non-profit organization dedicated to wild bird conservation and to educating and involving people in ecosystem stewardship. Free tours are available.

New River Jetboats - Located at Hawk's Nest State Park in West Virginia, New River Jetboats provides an incredible adventure for the whole family! You'll travel from the rim of the New River Gorge by Tram, and jet upstream to take in a breathtaking view of the famous New River Gorge Bridge.