Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 12p.m.-4 p.m.
A museum with a mission to share the diverse and rich heritage of glass as a product and historical object as well as telling of the lives of glass workers, their families and communities, and of the tools and machines they used in glass houses. With a focus in time of 1900-1940, when production of American handmade glass boomed and pieces graced millions of tables, WVMAG, Ltd. Includes all glass products...from bottles to lightning rod balls, from telegraph insulators to glass used in automobiles, from pressed to blown tableware.
Mountaineer Military Museum
Center Ave Weston WV 26452
Open Saturday 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Sunday through Friday by appointment only
Located in the Historic Colored School of Weston, we welcome you to come and experience some of the United States Militaries greatest moments at the new museum. Operated by the local American Legion, you can see the history through their eyes and almost relive it. Our exhibits cover your military history locally as well as abroad.
Hackers Creek Pioneer Descendents Geneological Library
45 Abbott Run Weston WV 26452
Open Monday & Thursday 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
The Library and Center for Study stores and records the genealogical history of the Hackers Creek area in Lewis and surrounding counties. Visitors are welcome to research WV roots, listen to stories, or just read a book on the history of our area.
Jacksons Mill Historic Area
The boyhood home of General Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson, this Historic District includes the Jackson Family Mill Museum, the Blaker Grist Mill, McWhorter Cabin and the Mary Conrad Cabin. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Open on weekends early May-early October; closed Mondays. Jacksons Mill is located 2 miles from US Route 19 between Jane Lew and Weston, off I-79 on exit 99. One of the most famous generals of he American Civil Ware (1861-1865), Thomas Jonathon Jackson served under Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
Lambert's Winery Vintage Wines
Route 33 West 4 miles to Gee Lick Road. Turn right 1.5 miles to Dutch Hollow Road. Turn left and follow the signs.
Tours of Vineyards & Winery
Featuring Wines from French Hybrid & American Varietal Grapes.
A delightful experience offering a variety of Red, White, Blush and Dessert Wines.
West Virginia Handmade Pottery, Gift Baskets * Shipping Available.
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
Located I-79 to Exit 99 Rt 33 West, Weston, WV
Formerly known as the Weston State Hospital, this West Virginia facility served as a sanctuary for the mentally ill in the mid-1800's. The history of the building holds fascinating stories of Civil War raids, a gold robbery, the "curative " effects of architecture, and the efforts of determined individuals to help better the lives of the mentally ill. Tour this nationally recognized landmark and see how it left a lasting impression on local and national history. The building is on the National Civil War Trail and offers various activities on the grounds throughout the year. Visit their online website for a full schedule of events.
Stonewall Jackson Lake State Park offers outstanding opportunities for visitors to enjoy multiple venues to immerse themselves in the outdoor beauty of the lake and surrounding areas. Hiking and biking on paved trails, wonderful year round fishing spots on and around the lake. Public hunting lands are also available. "The National Hunting and Fishing Days" takes place every fall offering seminars, classes, children's activities, vendors and much more for hunting and fishing.
940 Resort Drive, Roanoke, WV 26447 I-79 Exit 91
Nestled in a secluded valley in north central West Virginia, on the banks of the state's second largest lake, is a four season destination resort state park that is close to nature, yet far from ordinary. Offering an array of world class amenities and unbelievable scenery, Stonewall Resort State Park is a "must visit" any time of year. Arnold Palmer Signature Course, Mountain Laurel Spa, Lakeside Cottages, Wonderful Water & Woodlands and Appalachian Cuisine.
Stonecoal Lake Wildlife Management Area is located on 2,985 acres east of Weston, West Virginia in Lewis and Upshur counties. There are many fish that make Stonecoal their home musky, walleye, bass, trout, carp, and catfish. This is a magnificent fishing spot for any avid fisherman. On the Lewis county side of the lake handicap accessible parking lot and fishing dock, as well as a boat ramp, Hours, dawn to dusk.