There are plenty of tourist attractions around the Mountain State, and some are more bizarre than others. All over the state, there are odd things to see. Here are some strange spots in West Virginia that will probably make you look twice.

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These are not the only strange spots in West Virginia, just a few of them. What other weird places can you think of in the Mountain State? Let us know in the comment section.

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What roadside attractions can I visit in West Virginia?

If you are heading out on a road trip through West Virginia, there are plenty of attractions worth pulling off the road to go and see. The eastern Indian Prabhupada's Palace of Gold in New Vrindaban was once the home to a Hare Krishna leader and has since been turned into a museum where visitors can learn about its history. Take a tour and stroll the scenic grounds for a lovely time. Do you enjoy visiting the ‘World’s Largest’ objects? Stop in Chester to marvel at the World’s Largest Teapot. You have to love roadside attractions like this one!

What are some of the best hidden gems in West Virginia?

Since most of us love to explore hidden gems, we have designed this Ultimate West Virginia Hidden Gem Road Trip that will take you to six little-known spots in the state. Along the way, you can stop at Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park in Summersville which is filled with history and close to a lake, as well as Cook’s Old Mill in Greenville which will transport you back to a simpler time.

What are some of the most haunted places in West Virginia?

Many of us are well aware of the stories of the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum and the hauntings there, but there are numerous other places around the state that may shake you to your core. Camden Park is an amusement park that was built atop a burial ground, so you may experience more than a thrilling ride here. Shepherdstown experiences so much paranormal activity that haunted history tours are offered. You can visit these and more along our Haunted Road Trip.