Sleep Inn & Suites
1015 Oakvale Rd.
Princeton, WV 24740-5625
Phone: (304) 431-2800
Fax: (304) 425-7693
Arts & Museums
Located in the historic district of East Mercer Street, the museum houses a multitude of priceless artifacts relating to the Virginian Railroad.
This museum is dedicated to those who served and offers visitors informative displays from the Civil War through the Vietnam War. Open Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Home to the largest Tesla coil in West Virginia, the over 10,000 square-foot Science Center of West Virginia features hands-on exhibits and such weekly programs as Starlab planetarium presentations and electricity and lightning demonstrations.
The Arts and Science Center houses an art gallery with monthly changing exhibits and the Science Center of West Virginia. The Science Center (304-325-8855) is a 10,000 square foot gallery that features world class exhibits on sound, motion, gravity, and other subjects.
See thousands of pieces of memorabilia at this museum that depicts a coal camp house. Open May through September by appointment only, this museum charges no admission.
Open daily for walking tours from April through October, this National Historic Landmark is operated by the town of Pocahontas. Located just outside town, this mine was opened in 1882 and was operated for 73 years.
Located just 15 minutes south of Bluefield on I-77, at exit 58. this re-constructed, palisade village was built to duplicate archaeological records of an Indian Village that was carbon dated 1215. Visit the Artifact Museum and the re-created Indian Village, where guides trained in primitive skills give hands-on tours. Admission is charged. A museum gift shop and covered picnic area are also available. Open daily 9am to 5pm.
Museum filled with uniforms, artifacts from the early days of the C&O Railway. Model train exhibit, tools used during the time of John Henry, the Steel Drivin' Man.
Re-visit the past with a tour to this historic museum filled with reminders of days gone by, from the hickory stick to the pot-bellied stove, antique desks, and book collections.