222 Kanawha Blvd E – 304-941-5354
Can you escape?
411 Tennessee Avenue – 304-545-6945
601 Morris St – 304-344-BATS
Home of West Virginia Power Baseball
1 Clay Square – 304-561-3570
The Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences of West Virginia opened on July 12, 2003. The Center, a 240,000 square foot structure, houses performing arts, visual arts and sciences under one roof – one of the few of its kind in the country. Located in the state’s capital city of Charleston, the facility is home to the Clay Center’s Avampato Discovery Museum, the Juliet Art Museum and the Maier Foundation Performance Hall, home of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
1900 Kanawha Boulevard East – 304-558-0220
The West Virginia State Museum is dedicated to inspiring, educating and enriching the lives of the public by instilling a deeper understanding and sense of pride through the collection, preservation and exhibition of diverse cultural and historic traditions, focusing on every aspect of West Virginia history, culture, art, paleontology, archaeology and geology from all geographic regions – representing the people, land and industries.
WV State Capitol Complex
1900 Kanawha Blvd E
The exterior of the classical-styled building is buff Indiana limestone. More than 700 train carloads of limestone and 4,640 tons of steel were used in its construction. The magnificent 293- foot gold dome which tops the structure is five feet higher than the dome of the U.S. Capitol. The entire dome is gilded in 23 ½ karat gold leaf applied to the copper and lead roof in tiny 3 3/8 inch squares.
Two thirds of the interior of the Capitol is marble – White Imperial Danby Vermont, Italian Travertine, and Tennessee. Consisting of 535,000 square feet of floor space, the building has 333 rooms in its main unit and two wings.
600 Kanawha Boulevard East
Haddad Riverfront Park features a retractable fabric canopy over the park’s existing seating area, a steel and fabric roof for the park’s new permanent stage and a canopy covering a new pavilion overlooking the Kanawha River.
1 Greyhound Drive, Cross Lanes, WV 25313 – 304-776-1000
Stay and Play at Mardi Gras Casino & Resort! West Virginia’s only casino resort with New Orleans flair, featuring slots, poker, greyhound racing, restaurants and more.
1060 Charleston Town Center Drive – 888-456-3463
222 Capitol Street – 304-342-7437
As our second ever Pies & Pints restaurant, the Charleston location serves one-of-a-kind pizza and craft beer in the center of the city’s downtown shopping district.
The combination of great food and beer is perfect for the capital city, which is just the right size to run into a friend almost anywhere you go. We’re right on Capitol Street next to Taylor Brooks, close to great art galleries, cafes and shops. In the city we’re easy to find by car, bike, or on foot. Pies & Pints is the perfect place to gather for great food and friends after a long day at the office.
702 Quarrier St. – 304-343-2739
702 Lee St E – 304-346-3745
600 Virginia Street East – 681-205-8395
164 Summers Street – 304-343-3447
When you arrive, we welcome you with a pot — not just a cup — of our Sunrise Select Premium Blend® coffee, along with complimentary newspapers and WiFi Internet access.
201 Capitol Street – 681-265-9074
423 Virginia Street West – 304-400-4977
189 Summers St – 304-346-9800
1414 MacCorkle Ave. SW – 304-744-2628
225 Capitol Street – 304-343-6488
241 Capitol Street – 681-265-9154
At Rock City Cake Company our inspiration comes from all things Rock and Roll so turn it up and let’s eat cake!
For Those About to Cake, We Salute You!
3000 Charleston Town Center Drive
800 Smith Street – 304-344-1905
Open Daily Year Round
January through March
April through November
December: Extended Holiday Hours
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