Top 10 Must-See Stops

  1. Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park — A ferryboat transports visitors across the Ohio River to the Harman Blennerhassett mansion.
  2. Veteran’s Museum of Mid-Ohio Valley — Over 1,700 square feet of exhibit space honors veterans from all military branches since World War I.
  3. Oil & Gas Museum — The nationally recognized museum features exhibits on West Virginia statehood, the Civil War and the oil and gas industry.
  4. Burning Springs —Take a self-guided tour of the nation’s first oil and gas field.
  5. Henderson Hall – This stunning pre-Civil War mansion, situated on a 2,600-acre plantation, retains its original furnishings.
  6. Holl’s Chocolates — Founded by Swiss immigrant Fritz Holl, these delicious confections make great gifts for friends— or yourself!
  7. Robey Theatre — Built in 1911, the Robey is the longest continuously operating movie theater in the United States.
  8. North Bend State Park — A quiet retreat in the woods, this park has a lodge, cabins, on-site dining and activities like boating, hiking and golf.
  9. North Bend Rail Trail — The 72-mile rail trail, popular with bicyclists and horseback riders, passes through wooded backcountry, numerous tunnels and charming small towns.
  10. Berdine’s Five & Dime — America’s oldest dime store has been in continuous operation since 1908.

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