The Historic Small Town That Every West Virginian Should Visit At Least Once

Many towns in West Virginia, if not all, still retain a piece of their history; those special structures that have stood strong into the newest century, their edifices a monument to a past long gone. But Harpers Ferry has retained more than a piece of its history; it has retained an entire district dating back to the 19th century.

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Once you have walked its streets, you will learn that Harpers Ferry is not just a town, it is a moment in time. Like a window into the past, this little town has many stories to tell. The bricks and mortar are like words, the buildings paragraphs, and the town a story. And it never tires of spinning its yarns.

Have you been to Harpers Ferry? Feel free to comment below and tell us all about your visit.

To learn more about West Virginia, check out this ghost tour to experience the haunted side of Harpers Ferry.