Boone County’s Coal Heritage Museum Traces 4 Centuries Of West Virginia Coal History

Presiding over Main Street in the small town of Madison, just a few miles from the place where coal was first discovered in West Virginia, the long and storied history of the West Virginia coal industry is preserved for posterity at the Bituminous Coal Heritage Museum.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Have you ever toured the Coal Heritage Museum in Madison, West Virginia? What was one thing you learned during your visit about the history of coal in West Virginia? While you’re in Boone County learning about bituminous coal, you should also take the time to visit this under-rated but absolutely beautiful waterfall located nearby!

Address: Bituminous Coal Heritage Foundation Museum, 347 Main St, Madison, WV 25130, USA