The 5-Story Oil And Gas Museum In Parkersburg, West Virginia Is A Unique Stop Open 7 Days A Week

Among many historic attractions in Parkersburg, one unique place that preserves an important era of West Virginia history is the Oil and Gas Museum.

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You can learn more and plan your visit at the Oil and Gas Museum website. The museum also owns the original Rathbone well at Burning Springs, about 30 miles southeast of Parkersburg. The well has been restored to operation, making it the oldest producing oil well in the world. The site is open to visitors at Burning Springs Park, which showcases another remarkable collection of original oil machinery.

Address: Oil & Gas Museum, 119 3rd St, Parkersburg, WV 26101, USA