West Virginia’s Top-Rated Tourist Attractions

West Virginia’s Top-Rated Tourist Attractions

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3 Popular Attractions In West Virginia

  • Canaan Valley: State park in Davis, West Virginia.
  • West Virginia Facts

    • The first federal prison exclusively for women in the United States was opened in 1926 in West Virginia.
    • The first rural free mail delivery was started in Charles Town on October 6, 1896, and then spread throughout the United States.
    • Weirton is the only city in the U.S. that extends from one state border to another. The eastern portion of the city borders Pennsylvania, and the western portion of the city borders on Ohio.
    West Virginia state symbols
    Flag of West Virginia.svg

    Seal of West Virginia.svg
    Living insignia
    Bird Northern cardinal
    (Cardinalis cardinalis)
    Butterfly Monarch butterfly
    (Danaus plexippus)
    Fish Brook trout
    (Salvelinus fontinalis)
    Flower Rhododendron
    (Rhododendron maximum)
    Insect Western honey bee
    (Apis mellifera)
    Mammal Black bear
    (Ursus americanus)
    Reptile Timber rattlesnake
    (Crotalus horridus)
    Tree Sugar maple
    (Acer saccharum)
    Inanimate insignia
    Colors Old gold and blue
    Food Golden Delicious apple
    (Malus domestica)
    Fossil Jefferson's ground sloth
    (Megalonyx jeffersonii)
    Gemstone Silicified Mississippian fossil coral
    (Lithostrotionella)
    Rock Coal
    Slogan “Wild and Wonderful”
    “Open for Business” (former)
    “Almost Heaven” (former)
    Soil Monongahela Silt Loam
    Song The West Virginia Hills
    Tartan West Virginia Shawl
    State route marker
    West Virginia state route marker
    State quarter
    West Virginia quarter dollar coin

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    Here are the Top 5 tourist attractions to see when visiting West Virginia.