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Historical Homes & Museums

All along the 180-mile Midland Trail visitors find Historical Homes, Museums and Living History. This is a sampling of the most significant ones. Go to the Town Page to learn the details about individual sites.

Kenova Ceredo

Kenova Museum

Ramsdell House
             Pumpkin House
Ceredo Historical Museum
Ceredo-Kenova Railroad Museum
Museum of Radio and Technology, Classic Cars Automotive Museum
Heritage Farm Museum and Village
Toll House
Huntington Museum of Art
Historic Walking Tour


Milton Hurricane
Union Baptist Church
Plantation Corner
Morris Convalescent Nursing Home
Main Street Gallery
Yesterday’s Memories
Caboose Museum
Blenko Glass Museum
St. Albans Dunbar
St. Marks Episcopal Church
Wine Cellars
Turner/Callihan House
Historic Sidewalk Tour
Charleston/East Charleston
State Capitol
South Charleston
Cultural Center
South Charleston Library Museum
Veterans’ Memorial
Clay Center
Craik-Patton House
Booker T. Washington’s Cabin
Ruffner Log Cabin
Hale House
Norton House
Old Stone House
Cedar Grove  
Virginia’s Chapel
Glen Ferris
Glen Ferris Inn
Gauley Bridge  
Historical Society Museum
Hawk’s Nest Museum

Fayetteville (Side Trip South)
Contentment Historical Complex
Court Street Gallery
African-American Family Tree Museum

Morris Harvey House

  Greenbrier County
North House Museum
Old Stone Church
Greenbrier Bunker


The Old Stone House
Mohler House
Craik Patton House
Norton House (1840)