There’s A Recreated Frontier Town Hiding In West Virginia That Will Take You Back In Time

Many places in West Virginia, such as museums, celebrate the heritage of our region with historical artifacts. But these artifacts are generally comprised of immobile objects, like ghosts from the past, lacking the life that people once imbued into them. But in Huntington, WV, there is a place where the past lives and breathes before your very eyes.

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Heritage Farm Museum & Village is located at 3300 Harvey Road in Huntington. To learn more, including hours and their event schedule, be sure to visit their website here.

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