Spend a day enjoying where heroes were raised, legends were born and memories are made.
Watch in amazement as you enjoy a glass blowing demonstration in what was once the “Glass Capital of the World” and then enjoy the quaint shop full of West Virginia products and glass in the Appalachian Glass Complex.
Lunch can be provided by stopping in one of our fine restaurants-several to choose from. Suggested arrangements be made prior to the trip.
Complete the day with a visit to the Lambert’s Winery for a tour and wine tasting. If staying for more than one day several dinner options are available, including a four diamond resort restaurant overlooking the lake.
Start a day with a visit to Stonewall Jackson's boyhood home at WVU Jackson’s Mill Farmstead and see heritage demonstrations by the fine artisans in residence, as well as a 200 year old mill still grinding corn and wheat. Take some cornmeal or wheat flour home with you from the old fashioned general store.
Enjoy a meal in beautiful Mt. Vernon Dining Hall while on the grounds of WVU Jackson’s Mill.
After lunch visit downtown Weston's antique shops and take a walking tour of this historic town. If you’re a little more adventurous take a tour of the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum the largest hand-cut stone building in North America and hear about its history and its ghosts.
Enjoy the Glass history of our state (and the country) at the West Virginia Museum of American Glass or see how we support and honor our troops from all branches of the military with decades of history at the Mountaineer Military.
Dinner includes any of the above venues and so much more depending on your tastes and location.
A short drive or ride on a Motor coach east into the mountains brings even more adventure.
Stop in Philippi to see the famous Covered Bridge, site of the first land battle of the Civil War and visit the train depot museum and its mummies.
Lunch may be enjoyed at the beautiful Victorian Adaland Mansion, with a tour following your meal. A wonderful gift shop loaded with handmade Appalachian gifts awaits you.
A beautiful quaint small mountain town with its wonderful Main Street shopping which includes antique stores, bookshops with coffee houses, Appalachian crafts and handmade basket stores.
Enjoy 54 miles; three steam operated trains, and some of the most gorgeous scenery in the world. You will experience mountain wilderness, river canyons, and the High Falls of the Cheat River.
Dinner may include a trip to a 1902 Victorian Depot.