Sometimes when you’re stuck inside, all you need is the illusion of being someplace different to get through the day. Check out these virtual tours that can transport you to another place and time.
Few buildings in West Virginia are as iconic as the gold-domed capitol building in Charleston. You can check it out for yourself here: The West Virginia State Capitol.
If you’re curious about how the Mountain State came to be—the culture, arts, and people that made it the heavenly place it is today—consider a virtual walk through the best place to learn these things and more: The West Virginia State Museum.
This place is the stuff of West Virginia legend. If you can’t get there in real life, a virtual tour through The Greenbrier Bunker will do for now: Virtual Shelter Tours—Congressional Relocation Bunker, Greenbrier Resort, West Virginia.
If you have the urge to explore a whole town from your living room or home office, check out this virtual tour of historic Beverly, which has more than 40 stops on the map for you to discover.
If you have a high schooler who was looking forward to college visits this spring, it’s still possible to get the lay of the land. Take a virtual tour of Alderson Broaddus in Philippi, Marshall University in Huntington, Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, West Virginia University in Morgantown, or West Virginia Wesleyan in Buckhannon.
photographed by David Wilson
posted on March 23, 2020
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