The first floor is only the theater (shows selections of the classics all summer), archives, and a few quilts and display pieces.
Don't be fooled by that sparseness, there's a whole museum in the basement and West Virginia did not skimp setting it up. Starting with the geological formation of the state, you walk through a series of interactive exhibits all the way through to present day. A totally worth while stop on your trip to the state.
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