Modern, clean and informational presentation to West Virginia's history, culture, and effects on the development of the United States.
On our first visit to Charleston we make a point of stopping by the Cultural Center. We spent about 90 minutes reviewing the history of West Virginia dating back thousands of years. It wasn't long enough. If you go, try to set aside about three hours to get through all the exhibits... they're very educational and totally free. We didn't... More
I was absolutely impressed by the state museum that is housed at the Cultural Center. This was my first trip to WV, and having been to some other state capitols I wasn't sure what to expect but this was completely amazing. I was only able to spend about 2 hours which was not enough time for this very well laid... More
Went to Mountain Stage concert on Sunday evening. Impressive venue, not a bad seat in the place. Bought tickets online (which I would suggest, they regularly sell out). Good temperature. Only disappointment was that one of the performers we went to see was unable to perform
Except for an excellent quilt show and other exhibits in the lobby, we did not see the collection. We were there for a musical show on the Civil War, part of the West Virginia sesquicentennial celebration. The hall was a great place to see a show, and the staff there were very helpful.
This also houses the State Museum. Culture comes here. From concerts, to celebrations, to lectures by world famous authors, this Center has it all. One can even check genealogical records and the state library.
I have done events in the main lobby but had not had time to tour the exhibit until this week. What a wonderful job the staff has done putting together a tour of the ages thru WV.
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