Charleston Things To Do (47 results)

  • Charleston Civic Center

    The Charleston Civic Center is a municipal complex located in the downtown area of Charleston, West Virginia. Originally completed in 1959 at the cost of $2.5 million, the Charleston Civic Center has

    Performance, Convention Center, Stadium

  • Craik Patton House

    Craik-Patton House is a historic home located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was built about 1834 in the Greek Revival style. It was originally located on Virginia Street in Charleston, but moved to

    Museum, Landmark

  • Bar 101

    Charlestonians have gathered at the corner of Capitol and Virginia since 1972 to share a drink and some conversation. Please stop in and join us in continuing this tradition of hospitality!


  • Clay Centers Avampato Discovery Museum

    Museum, Art Museum, Science Museum, Garden

  • Charleston City Hall

    Charleston City Hall is a historic city hall located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was constructed in 1921 in the Neoclassical style. It is located opposite the Kanawha County Courthouse, at the ce

    Landmark, City Hall

  • Big Joes

    We offer a clean, relaxed atmosphere that's perfect for grabbing a drink with friends and meeting new people. Come for Happy Hour or a late night out on the town; Big Joe's has everything you ne

    Local Business

  • Impulse Night Club


    Sports Center, Nightclub

  • The Cellar

    Local Business

  • William S. Gilliland Log Cabin And Cemetery

    William S. Gilliland Log Cabin and Cemetery is a historic home and family cemetery located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was the home and graveyard of one of Charleston's oldest families, the Gilli


  • St. John's Episcopal Church (charleston, West Virginia)

    St. John's Episcopal Church is an historic Episcopal church located at 1105 Quarrier Street in Charleston, West Virginia, in the United States. On November 2, 1989, it was added to the National Regist


  • Cox Morton House

    Cox-Morton House, also known as Home Hall, is a historic home located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was built in 1902, for Frank Cox, secretary of Republic Coal Co., the West Virginia Colliery Co.,

    Concert Hall

  • Cultural Center

    City Hall

  • Capitol

    Government Building, Building

  • West Virginia Veterans Memorial
  • Governor's Mansion

    Government Building, Historical Place

  • State Museum

    History Museum

  • Mountain Stage
  • Capitol Market
  • Capitol Street

    Scenic Walk

  • Charleston Town Center Mall

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