|Best Things to do in Roanoke WV
Best Things to do in Roanoke WV West Virginia
Roanoke attractions are listed below. Find things to do in or near Roanoke, WV for your upcoming individual or group travel for Roanoke visitors. We also offer the great discounts on Roanoke West Virginia hotel and motel rooms.
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|#1 of 3 Things To Do in Roanoke|
W V Museum of American Glass
177 Main Ave Weston WV - 304-269-5006
~12.95 miles from Roanoke city center
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Imagine a museum dedicated to the region and nation's rich glass heritage. A place where examples of thousands of products can be viewed and compared and where the stories of people and processes come to life! The MAGWV provides this and much, much more.
|#2 of 3 Things To Do in Roanoke|
Lewis County Convention
345 Center Ave Weston WV - 304-269-7328
~13.08 miles from Roanoke city center
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Shop in our wonderful antique and eclectic shops, visit our glass artists, enjoy the winery, and eat good old-fashioned home cooking in our restaurants. Come for one of our many wonderful fairs and festivals, take a tour of the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (of the historic or ghostly nature) or sign up for an overnight ghost hunt - if you dare. Take leisurely drive through our beautiful countryside or board an old steam engine and ride through our wild and wonderful mountains by train.We have beautiful scenery along with a luxurious four diamond resort where friends and family can relax in luxurious accommodations, fish, camp, golf on an Arnold Palmer signature course and relax in the spa. Other fantastic golf, fishing and hunting opportunities abound - call for details.Want to k...
|#3 of 3 Things To Do in Roanoke|
Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) Stadium
~27.39 miles from Roanoke city center
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Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, better known as RFK Stadium or RFK, is a multi-purpose stadium in Washington, D.C., United States, and the current home of Major League Soccer's D.C. United.Opened in October 1961 as District of Columbia Stadium (D.C. Stadium for short), RFK was the home of the NFL's Washington Redskins for 36 seasons, from 1961 through 1996. RFK Stadium also served as the home to the expansion Washington Senators of the American League from 1962 through 1971. The National League's Montreal Expos relocated to Washington as the Washington Nationals in 2005 and played at RFK through 2007; the club has since moved to Nationals Park, which opened in 2008. Rock concerts have also taken place at the stadium. It has hosted international soccer matches in the 1994 FIFA World C...