Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Triadelphia - Wheeling
87 Jenkins Lane
Triadelphia, WV 26059
Phone: (304) 547-1380
Fax: (304) 547-9270
Enjoy a fun day out with friends and family at Wheeling Park. Spread out over 406 acres (164 hectares), this local park has activities like boating, swimming, miniature golf, tennis skating and a water slide. Stroll through the landscaped gardens, especially lovely when the flowers are in bloom, or picnic by the lake. Whether you enjoy a quiet afternoon or a thrilling ride down the waterslide, there is something for everyone.
Located in the Oglebay Resort, a visit to the Good Zoo will surely be fun. The zoo features a number of exotic animal species such as lion tamarin monkeys, Grevy's zebra, Komodo dragons, meerkats, lorikeets and many more animals from all over the world. The zoo plays host to a number of interactive and informative activities, especially for children, such as camps, workshops, parties and much more.
The Wyit Sprowls Covered Bridge stretches across Robinson Fork and Wheeling Creek. Erected in 1915, it was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The West Virginia Northern Community College has a wide range of programs to choose from from vocation oriented courses to academic ones. The college holds courses on business studies, computer technology, culinary arts, liberal arts and criminal justice to name a few.
Believed to be the birthplace of West Virginia, this historic building has housed several historic debates, including landmark decisions on slavery, and heated political discussions during the American Civil War. Group tours by guides in period costume can be booked, the tour elaborates the themes of Liberty and Union that marked this historic period.
Get an insight into the city's history and culture, when you visit the Wheeling Artisan Center. Located on Main Street, the center spans across three floors. There are exhibits by local artists, a retail shop selling souvenirs and an events place that conducts local cultural programs or private events.
One of the prime highlights of Market Street is the Wheeling Brewing Company. Take an informative tour of the brewery and enjoy fresh brews. They have a variety of brews to offer and the staff is quite knowledgeable and friendly.
Accessible from Main Street, Benwood City Park was established in 1973. You can enjoy swimming, basketball, baseball or simply relax in their picnic shelters.
In the face of monstrous spans like the Golden Gate, Wheeling Suspension Bridge might seem on the small side. Between 1849 and 1851, however, it was the largest suspension bridge in the world, and was the first long suspension bridge in the world at the time of its construction. The bridge was the first permanent structure to cross the Ohio River, marking a landmark moment for connecting the Eastern seaboard with the quickly developing interior states.
Duncan Miller Glass Museum is one of the most interesting museums of the city. It is where you can see numerous, awe-inspiring glass pieces under one roof.
The David Bradford House is where lawyer David Bradford stayed. The house is a part of the National Register of Historic Places, and is also architecturally significant.
Located in the historic downtown district on South Main Street, The Washington Winery offers a range of white, red, sweet and dry wines. The urban winery also features a number of barrel wines. You could sample some of the wines at the winery or buy a couple of bottles from the Market where they supply their wines.