From Local Petroglyphs To A Piece Of The Berlin Wall, Ceredo Museum In West Virginia Houses History Of All Sorts

West Virginia is brimming with history, and there are many rare and unusual historical artifacts hidden away in museums all across the state. One such museum brimming with fascinating mementos is the Ceredo Historical Society Museum in – you guessed it – downtown Ceredo, West Virginia.

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To learn more, visit the Ceredo Museum’s website or Facebook page. You’ll note that as of this writing, they are closed until further notice for COVID-19; however, you can still peruse photos of their items on the web or Facebook and keep tabs on their plans to reopen so you can visit ASAP!

Here’s another unique, world-class historical collection hidden away in West Virginia – this one dealing with the American defense of the Philippines in World War II!

Address: 601 Main St, Ceredo, WV 25507, USA