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Wheeling, West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau

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Wheeling Convention
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1401 Main Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
1-800-828-3097
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Spring Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 8:30a-4:30p

Beginning May 1, 2014:
Monday-Friday: 8:30a-4:30p
Saturday: 10a-3p
Sunday: 12p-4p

Call today: 1-800-828-3097


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Wheeling has been known for years to have something fun for everyone. Oglebay Resort has world class golf courses that welcome beginners to pros as well as pools, both indoor and out and a Zoo with over 80 species of animals nestled in 30 acres of flowers, trees, hills and valleys. Wheeling Island Hotel, Casino and Racetrack is a place for fun and excitement! It has over 2000 slots, 63 table games, 151 rm. Luxury hotel, 6 Restaurants, and was voted #1 greyhound Track in America. It also has the Wheeling Island Showroom that is host to regular scheduled events. If you enjoy a walk through a museum or a Theatre, Wheeling offers many. Carriage House Museum has beautiful glass and glass blowing shows.  Victoria Jamboree hosts a performance the first Friday of the month plus other special dates throughout the year. The Stifel Fine Arts Center offers exhibits and musical performances throughout the year. WesBanco Arena and the Capitol Theatre hosts shows from concerts, to our local symphony and the Wheeling Nailers! The Wheeling Jamboree has a show every Saturday at the Wheeling Island Hotel Casino and Racetrack.   

 
Wheeling, WV is known for its incredible history. The Wheeling Suspension Bridge is the true gateway to the West. A true site to see in both day and night. Or take a tour of our Victorian Old Town.
Visit the Capitol Theatre for a Broadway show, concert or Classic Movie. The theatre reopened September 2009.
Go back to your childhood at Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum.
West Virginia became a state at the Historical WV Independence Hall. Its courtroom was used for the debates that established statehood; Completely restored and full of interesting artifacts from the era.
 
Historic National Road is full of landmarks. If was the first federally funded highway. It’s sixteen mile stretch is uninterrupted by modern construction. Along this, there are many sites to see starting with the crest of Wheeling Hill which has been the home of a bronzed Mingo Indian for close to 100 yrs. To the left would be McCulloch’s leap. Major Samuel McCulloch took the terrifying leap with his horse to save the residents of Ft. Henry from raiding Indians. They both survived this leap and are honored still today.

For more information call or pick up your driving tour and lots of other information at the Wheeling Convention and Visitors Bureau in Downtown Wheeling.
 

Wheeling, West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau