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I initially heard about this property from a WV newsletter. It is off the beaten path but the price is right - free (donations gladly accepted). It is a self-guided tour through reconstructed/re-located buildings from other WV locales to make a village. Their collections are...More
I visit here often even though I live in the area I can't wait to show other friends and family this place when they come from out of town. I find this place a great place to visit no matter how many times I go...More
A lot of history is represented here in museum of US Navy Posters. The museum is located at the bottom level of the Lowe Inn and is very comprehensive in its content of US Navy posters and some memorabelia. Sort of a one-of-a-kind museum.
My family and I visited the museum during the country farm festival, and it was great! There are many different buildings you can tour and explore. Artisans such as blacksmith demonstrating their craft Old farm equipment, military uniforms, and stuffed wildlife are just some of...More
There is so much West Virginia history to see in several original buildings that have been moved to the site. There is also a museum filled with taxidermy animals-including a two headed calf- and a new museum with even more animals and you can't beat...More
This place is neat. Been a couple of times now. Great old school and church buildings/homes on site with history. In September they host a hayride and music during mothman festival. There is a little store and a kitchen with snack food items.
There were lots of exhibits but no one in any of the buildings to tell us about the things. We prowled on our own, through the old tractors, black smith shop, store. Everything is well done and well cared for. It was interesting, but would...More