West Virginia Division of Tourism, (800) 225-5982.
Jefferson County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Harpers Ferry, (800) 848-8687.
Augusta Heritage Center, 100 Campus Drive, Elkins, (304) 637-1209.
Carriage House Glass Museum, Wheeling, (800) 624-6988. Glass-blowing demonstrations and more.
Fostoria Glass Museum, Sixth and Tomlinson streets, Moundsville, (304) 845-9188. More glass.
Glass Collection at the Huntington Museum of Art, 2033 McCoy Road, Huntington, (304) 529-2701. Glass is big in West Virginia.
Harpers Ferry, (304) 535-6298. This town where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers meet has seen a lot in its 250-plus years, including much Civil War and abolitionist history. (The name John Brown mean anything to you?) Learn about the past while enjoying the present--Harpers Ferry has shops and eateries plus plenty of recreational opportunities, including some of the mid-Atlantic's best tubing.
State Capital and Capital Complex, Charleston, (800) 225-5982.
Alpine Lake Resort and Conference Center, Terra Alta, (800) 752-7179.
Bavarian Inn, Shepherdstown, (304) 876-2551.
Canaan Valley Resort and Conference Center, Davis, (800) 622-4121.
Coolfont Resort and Conference Center, 1777 Cold Run Valley Road, Berkeley Springs, (800) 888-8768.
Mecklenburg Inn, Shepherdstown, (304) 876-2126.
Retreat at Buffalo Run, 214 Harpertown Road, Elkins, (304) 636-2960.
Thomas Shepherd Inn, Shepherdstown, (304) 876-3715.
Blue Ridge Outlet Center, 315 W. Stephen St., Martinsburg, (800) 445-3993. The 50 outlet stores here claim to offer items at half the retail price.
Olde Kilbourne Mill Crafters Gallery, 620 W. John St., Martinsburg, (304) 263-4307. Collectibles and handmade crafts.