Econo Lodge Coliseum
3506 Monongahela Blvd.
Morgantown, WV 26505
Phone: (304) 599-8181
Fax: (304) 599-8186
Arts & Museums
"The Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum is dedicated to preserving and promoting the social, cultural, and technological history of the coal, oil, and natural gas industries of the state of West Virginia through the collection, preservation, research, and exhibition of objects relevant to these industries."
Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. The museum preserves and promotes local and regional history with rotating exhibits, and permanent displays.
"The mission of the Children
Art gallery featuring the work of 30-40 artists including Tamarack artists.
Located in the home of former sheriffs of Marion County, this museum is operated by the Historical Society of Marion County. Rooms in the house are furnished in the styles of different eras with an emphasis on West Virginia history. Open Monday through Saturday Memorial Day through Labor Day. Open Monday through Friday Labor Day through Memorial Day. No admission is charged.
This one-room school musuem provides a look at the early days of this college's beginnings as a private teacher training school.
The Greene County Historical Museum houses more than 10,000 artifacts relating to Greene County
Features the original bed, chair, and dresser of Francis H. Pierpont, the first governor of the restored Government of Virginia after the Civil War. Many antique times, including a display of mountain antique musical instruments, Victorian and early school exhibits.
The Touchstone Center For Crafts is an attractive destination for artists who want to meet and network with other artists, as the art forms covered here go beyond mere painting. Courses are also offered in ceramics, glass, metal, photography, and fiber. Spread over a whopping 150 acres, this center is a haven for peace and quiet, and what's more, children are welcomed and encouraged to the events. Check website for details.