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Greater Huntington - Attractions


Camden Park (ca. 1903) Kids love this amusement park offering over 30 rides and attractions, including Kiddieland, a historic old-time wooden roller coaster, and a log flume.


Ceredo Museum

Tuesday and Thursday, 9 AM - 4 PM Home to the Ceredo Historical Society and the Ceredo-Kenova Railroad Museum, features Civil War and railroad memorabilia, an extensive historical library with census data, a collection of hand-blown glass dating back over 50-years, and the Cereda Petroglyph, the largest and best preserved in the U.S.


Griffith and Feil Drug's Old Fashioned Soda Fountain

Authentic treat from the past. Faithfully restored 1929-era soda fountain with copper ceiling, antique fixtures, wooden stained-glass back-bar from the 1880s. Bubble-light jukebox and oak floors help to set the nostalgic mood in this active pharmacy, which first opened in 1892.


Heritage Farm Museum and Village

Guided tours Monday through Saturday YEAR ROUND 10 AM - 3 PM To find out more about group tours, lodging and meeting space, call 304-522-1244 or visit today!


Kenova's Pumpkin House

Joseph Miller, the first U.S. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, built the 1891 Victorian home. His friend President Grover Cleveland visited. Halloween week, over 3,000 Jack-O'-Laterns, each hand-carved with a unique pattern, glow from dusk to dawn, from porch to peak.


Point Pleasant River Museum

West Virgina's only river museum. Focuses on life on the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers. Kids love the 2400-galloon Ohio River fish aquarium and working pilothouse.


Ramsdell House (ca. 1857)

Believed to be a part of the Underground Railroad. Restored by the Ceredo Historical Landmark Commission. National Historic Register. By appointment.


The Ceredo Museum