One Day Itinerary

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.

Multi-Day Itinerary

Day 1

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.

Day 2

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.

Gather the Girl's 

From wine tasting to a spa treatment, there is always something to do…and sweet snack spots along the way! Grab your girlfriends and head to Stonewall Country this fall.

Plan your trip around our girlfriend getaway itinerary for a Legendary Fall Adventure.

Day 1                                

Ember Arts offers pottery painting, glass fusing, canvas painting, glass painting and mosaics for walk-in customers— and an ever-changing variety of other experiences for scheduled events.(200 N River Ave • Weston • 304-997-8743)

Take in some area history on a four-floor tour at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum or hold out for a night of ghost hunting in this amazing build both historical and haunted. (71 Asylum Drive • Weston • 304-269-5070)

Surrounded by 1900 rolling acres of parkland, Mountain Laurel Spa at Stonewall Resort is naturally relaxing. Massage, facial, body and full experiences are available. To schedule, please call 304-269-8881. (940 Resort Drive, Roanoke)

For unique one-of-a-kind primitives, make a stop at Tattered-N-Torn Primitives. Many items are made right here in West Virginia! (Off Gee Lick Road • Weston • 304-269-2424)

Day 2

Fuel up for day two with a hearty BBQ lunch at Hickory House Restaurant. Their sweet and spicy dill pickle is a must try!(1137 US Hwy 19 North • Jane Lew • 304-269-7373)

Experience boutique-style shopping at Curated in downtown Weston. You will want to take your time perusing their hand-curated retail collection and many one-of-a-kind items. (125 East Second Street • Weston • 304-997-8502) 

You definitely want to take a tour of Lambert’s Winery. See how West Virginia’s favorite wine is produced and sample their fine selection. Tours and tastings are offered daily. Please call 304-269-4903 for availability. (190 Vineyard Drive • Weston)

Thyme Bistro is a cozy, informal fixture in downtown Weston preparing refined, sustainable New American dishes along with daily specials. (125 Main Avenue • Weston • 304-269-7177)

Need other ideas?

Give us a call: 304-269-7328


Couple's Retreat 

Grab your sweetheart and head to Stonewall Country for a fall escape. From sporting clays and a distillery tour & tasting to specialty shopping, there is always something to do…and a delicious dinner at the end of the day!

Plan your trip around our couples escape itinerary for a Legendary Fall Adventure.

Day 1

Experience all the wonderful things the Lewis Co. Farmers Market has to offer including fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, homemade bakery, and more. (Located in front of Appalachian Glass parking lot, Weston • 304-462-5453 Saturdays only from 9AM to 12pm)

MannCave Distillery is open to the public on Saturdays from 9am to 7pm, offering tours of the distillation area, explanation of the process, Free Tastings. (851 Left Millstone Rd. Weston •681-533-1001) 

Thyme Bistro is a cozy, informal fixture in downtown Weston preparing refined, sustainable New American dishes along with daily specials. (125 Main Avenue • Weston • 304-269-7177)

Settle in by the fireplace for the night in one of the Stonewall Resort Cottages. They’re fully equipped with a kitchen, wi-fi and flat panel TV. Guests have access to all resort amenities.(940 Resort Drive Roanoke • 304-269-7400)

Day 2

For a great way to start your day, eat brunch at Lightburns Family Diner. From stuffed French toast to shrimp & grits, they have got something tasty for everyone. (6298 Main Street • Jane Lew • 304-884-7977)

Bring your kayak and head to The West Fork River Water Trail (304-627-1019) or Stonecoal Lake (Access from Georgetown Road • Horner). Stonewall Jackson Lake State Park has rentals available. (149 State Park Trail • Roanoke • 304-269-7400)

Newly constructed in 2019, Stonewall Sporting Clays has been designed offering guests a complete sporting clay shooting experience. (401 Goosepen Run Rd • Roanoke • 724-231-3812)

Make plans to come back for hiking, fishing, or golf in our outdoor lover’s paradise. Enjoy the fabulous fall foliage on your drive home. 

Need other ideas?

Give us a call: 304-269-7328


Family Fun Weekend

From taking in the breathtaking fall colors to s’mores around the fire, there is always something to do…and a great place to eat!Autumn is the perfect time to bring the family to Stonewall Country for a weekend full of fun.

Plan your trip around our family weekend itinerary for a Legendary Fall Adventure.

Day 1

The Service Station in Jane Lew has pizza, wings, ice cream and all your favorite American food.(116 Hackers Creek Road • Jane Lew • 304-805-2099)

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is offering Flashlight Tours. Half paranormal, half history offers just the right amount of spooky. Recommended for ages 7 and up. (71 Asylum Drive • Weston, • Call to schedule: 304-269-5070) 

Inspire your kids at the Mountaineer Military Museum—displaying hundreds of memorabilia of true American heroes. (345 Center Avenue • Weston •304-472-3943)

Order a pizza from Gino’s (Marketplace Plaza, Weston • 304-269-1847) and settle everyone in for the night at Hampton Inn.—they have an indoor pool! (76 Hospitality Way • Weston • 304-997-8750)

Day 2

With the West Virginia mountains as your backdrop, cruise along the peaceful lake waters in a Pontoon boat or a new CraigCat mini boat rental at Stonewall Resort State Park Marina. Please call 304-269-8895.

Visit Coke and Float to treat the kids (and yourself) to a special sweet treat. Open year-round. (415 E 3rd Street • Weston • 304-997-8409)

The WV Museum of American Glass shares the diverse and rich heritage of glass as a product and historical object. Your family will learn of the lives of glass workers, their families, and communities, and of the tools and machines they used. (230 N Main St • Weston • 304-269-5006)

Appalachian Glass is keeping the tradition of handmade glass alive in WV. See a live glass blowing demonstration and take home some colorful souvenirs. (499 US Highway 33 East • Weston • 304-269-1030)

Need other ideas?

Give us a call: 304-269-7328



 Group Tour Ideas

Day 1 – Wednesday

Travel to area arrival? If this is a late morning arrival, we can move some of these items to day 3.

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum – 1 floor tour

West Virginia Museum of American Glass


Mountaineer Military Museum

Appalachian Glass

Manncave Distilling

Dinner at Lambert’s Winery – pizza night 5-9


Day 2 - Thursday

Tour only of Jackson Mill Farmstead

Drive to Elkins – 60 minutes

Tygart flyer train ride 4 hours with lunch starts at 11 am

Visit Delmonte Market for some shopping

Dinner to Gandy Dancer Dinner Theater

or swith to Philippi, the famous Covered Bridge and train depot museum and its mummies.

Dinner at Victorian Adaland Mansion, with a tour following your meal. 



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