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This list will get you started enjoying some of what Greater Morgantown has to offer. Be sure to download or print it before heading out on your adventure.

  • Climb Sky Rock at Dorsey’s Knob for a 360 degree panoramic view of the area
  • Take your photo with the life-sized, bronze statue of the most famous athlete to ever wear the Gold and Blue, and one of basketball's all-time greats, Jerry West, at the WVU Coliseum
  • Drop by “Eleanor’s Little Village;” historic Arthurdale is the firstof FDR’s “New Deal” towns
  • Bird watch at Cranesville Swamp
  • See the star show at the WVU Tomchin Planetarium & Observatory
  • Stroll through the current art exhibit at the Mesaros Galleries at the WVU Creative Arts Center
  • Enjoy a wine tasting and tour at Forks-of-Cheat Winery
  • Explore the WVU Core Arboretum
  • Visit the specialty shops at Seneca Center, a restored glass factory
  • Reflect from one of six pews inside “Our Lady of the Pines,” the smallest church in 48 states
  • Remember Pearl Harbor at the USS WV Mast and memorial, Oglebay Plaza, WVU
  • Walk the West Virginia Botanic Garden, inspirational landscapes and displays of a rich variety of ornamental plants appropriate to the region
  • Join Allegheny Treenware “spooners” in their wood shop
  • Discover the story behind the “Whiskey Stone” at the 1775 Forks-of-Cheat Baptist Church cemetery
  • Check out the featured artist in Benedum and Davis Galleries
  • Look for the 50 species of wildflowers at Cathedral State Park
  • Take your best friend to Stanley’s Spot Dog Park
  • Visit the Suri Alpaca and Wensleydale Sheep at the Crimson Shamrock Ranch in Eglon
  • Take the kids to Tugboat Depot playground
  • Browse the valuable, insightful WV Collection at the West Virginia University Library
  • Schedule WVU facilities and campus tours with the WVU Visitors Resource Center
  • Hike to the Coopers Rock overlook, a 1,200’ drop to the mile-wide gorge below
  • Climb to the site of a strategic Civil War battle at Cannon Hill
  • Visit the historic Dent’s Run Covered Bridge (c 1889) in Morgantown
  • Walk the Rail-Trail in Star Cityand stop by the JFK Memorial


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