Well I would consider the Harper's Ferry area if you are interested in history. You can visit the building in which John Brown made his stand and was captured by Robert E. Lee who was in the Union Army at the time. If you are more into nature about any of the state parks are very nice. I have been to Blackwater Falls, Pipestem, Watoga, Beech Fork, Canaan Valley, Holly River, Cass (for the train ride up the mountain) and a few others that I can't think of right now. If you were going to be here next week there are a lot of festivities in Charleston (state capitol) and some other areas for the state's sesquicentennial celebration. If you look on the Internet you will see that my recommendations are are all over the state. If you could be a little more specific in your interests and the area where you are contemplating I might be able to be more specific in my recommendations. Also if you like this sort of thing they have tours at the Greenbrier Resort of the cold war bunker for the US Congress in White Sulphur Springs and the old WV Penitentiary in Moundsville. I haven't been on either but I have talked to others that said they were really interesting. Blenko Glass in Milton is a very interesting tour ( I have been through that plant).
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