Visit Two Museums In A Single Stop In This Forgotten Corner Of Martinsburg, West Virginia

Martinsburg is a city of significance in West Virginia’s history and geography. County seat of Berkeley County. Largest city in the Eastern Panhandle. Established during the Revolutionary War. Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley. And it follows that the founder of this town, Adam Stephen, would be of some significance himself. He is, and, in a quiet neighborhood in a forgotten corner of Martinsburg, West Virginia, you can still visit his estate – and the two (yes, two!) house museums located on it.

To learn more about the Adam Stephen House and the Triple Brick Museum, and to plan a visit to these two hidden historic West Virginia gems, check out the Adam Stephen House page on the City of Martinsburg’s website. The Adam Stephen House isn’t the only fascinating house museum in West Virginia, either! Try the Boggs House Museum, for example.

Address: General Adam Stephen House & Triple Brick Museum, 309 E John St, Martinsburg, WV 25401, USA