Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Triadelphia - Wheeling
87 Jenkins Lane
Triadelphia, WV 26059
Phone: (304) 547-1380
Fax: (304) 547-9270
Arts & Museums
Housed in a restored Victorian school, The Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum boasts an impressive collection of tens of thousands toys and trains! An operating train layout, frequently changing exhibits, unique gift shop, coffee house and ample parking ensure your enjoyment.
Providing opportunities for creative expression and entertainment, The Stifel Center offers artists and visitors a chance to experience the visual and performing arts. Open daily, The Hart Galleries offer art exhibitions throughout the year. Evening wine tastings, concerts, and more are also open to the public.
A unique museum on wheels! Genuine memorabilia from more than 20 historic women who "made a difference" -- social activists such as Clara Barton, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Florence Nightingale, Helen Keller, Eleanor Roosevelt.
Art gallery featuring regional artists exhibiting fine art and craft media, greeting cards, digital art, and photography. A gallery hop is featured the first Friday of every month from 5pm to 8pm.
Don't go by the unassuming old school building in which is housed the Toy And Plastic Brick Museum. Once you enter the museum, get ready for an enthralling world of Legos, where each classroom is themed. Though there are a few other toys, its these brick toys that takes the cake. Showcasing an impressive collection of Lego, it is supposedly the only one of its kind in the world. Check out the Star Wars exhibit, it is definitely out of the world. A must visit for all Lego fanatics, Toy And Plastic Brick Museum will be an exciting trip.
Operating in association with the Senator John Heinz History Center, an affiliate of the Smithsonian in Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania's largest history museum; Meadowcroft features a recreated 1800's rural village and presently the oldest evidence of a human presence in North America. The Meadowcroft Rockshelter includes artifacts of stone, animal bone and wood and plant and animal remains of over 130 species. Visitors of the village can see a one-room schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, church, covered bridge and two log houses.
Located less than one mile from I-70 at Exit 6, the National Duncan Glass Museum is "a tribute to the employees and their skills and craftsmanship, to the management and its long record of excellent productivity and to the enduring beauty of the glass." Owned and operated by the National Duncan Glass Society, Inc., the National Duncan Glass Museum is open from April through October Thursday to Sunday.
Next to CONSOL Energy Park, the 12,000 square foot PONY (Protect Our Nation's Youth) Baseball and Softball Intl. Headquarters houses the offices, museum and shipping departments for PONY Baseball and Softball.
A 90-minute guided tour includes the carbarn and unlimited trolley rides. Be sure to check out the museum store and the Trolley Display Building. 45 trolleys are currently being preserved at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum.
The Greene County Historical Museum houses more than 10,000 artifacts relating to Greene County