West Virginia’s Oldest Five And Dime Store Is Worth A Day Trip

The history of a region is never more well defined than through the physical remains of its past. It is for this reason that there are government programs whose sole purpose it is to protect historical building and monuments. To remember the places that mark our past and inform our future. Some of these places remain not only standing but still active. West Virginia’s oldest five and dime store is one such place.

Have you ever been to Berdine’s Five and Dime? Feel free to comment below and tell us about your visit.

Photographs are another well-defined connection to our past because images convey an unmatched truth and honesty. Check out these photos that are among the oldest ever taken in West Virginia — they’re incredible.