West Virginia Attractions July 28, 2017
It’s Impossible Not To Love The Most Eccentric Town In West Virginia
West Virginia has a few fascinating and quirky towns, but one of the most interesting just might be the little town of Buckhannon, West Virginia. The county seat of Upshur County has a population of a little less than 6,000 people, and a thriving artist community.
The small town of Buckhannon is worth a stop if you enjoy unusual art and experiences.
Check out Artistry on Main, a gallery and shop where local artists can sell handcrafted items.
Volunteers and artists also host creative classes at the studio.
Or pay a visit to the Sleeth Gallery at the West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Here you'll find unusual modern art, installations, and performances.
If you're into games and comics, check out Nerducopia.
This little shop has a variety of Sci-fi, fantasy, roleplaying, gaming, fandom, collectibles and nostalgia items.
If you'd like to see an interesting film, visit the Lascaux Micro-Theater.
West Virginia's only underground movie theater plays international and independent films on Fridays and Saturdays.
Next door you'll find the 3/4 Cafe.
This little restaurant has a menu full of surprising combinations made with fresh produce.
Or if you want a place that's a little bit more down to earth, head over to the Hillbilly Grill.
This friendly restaurant and bar serves down home meals with a smile.
When spring rolls around, check out the WV Strawberry Festival in Buckhannon.
The whole town comes together to celebrate everything related to strawberries. It doesn't get much sweeter than that!
For more interesting little towns in West Virginia, check out this
small town road trip.