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1601 Washington Ave #2, Huntington, WV 25704

(304) 337-5080

Cities We Service In The Areas

Chesapeake, Proctorville, Lavalette, Shoals, Barboursville, Ceredo, South Point, Kenova, Athalia, Sheridan

Zip Codes Of Cities

25701, 25702, 25703, 25704, 25705

Things To Do In Huntington, WV

Ritter Park: Ritter Park is located on the southside of Huntington and is considered the heart of the city by many locals. It’s also been called the Crown Jewel by park officials. The Park stretches over 75 acres and offers visitors a handful of recreational amenities. Ritter Park has a walking trail made of crushed limestone which makes it suitable for walkers, joggers, and bicyclists. There are also 11 refurbished tennis courts, an award-winning rose garden, and a dog park. In addition to these features, there are a few playgrounds, several picnic areas, and an outdoor community amphitheater that hosts shows and concerts during the year.

Heritage Farm Museum and Village: Heritage Farm Museum and Village were co-founded in 1973 by Mike and Henriella Perry. It’s an open-air museum that teaches guests about Appalachian history and culture. In fact, the museum features an 1850’s Appalachian home that exhibits how the early settlers lived. Also, there’s a real-life display that showcases the evolution of transportation throughout the past few centuries. And finally, the schoolhouse museum documents how classrooms were typically run by one teacher who had a class of children ages 6 to 13. The visitor’s center at Heritage Farm Museum has a small cafe that sells lunch fare.

Pullman Square: Pullman Square is an outdoor shopping and dining center located in downtown Huntington. Residents and visitors can shop at stores like Chico’s or the Appalachian Boarding Company, grab a coffee at Starbucks, eat lunch at Black Sheep Burritos & Brews, or simply stop by for a decadent scoop of ice cream at Cold Stone Creamery. Pullman Square also has a movie theater called Marquee Cinemas 16. Other stores include Game Stop, Edible Arrangements, The Pottery Place, and M&M Nails and Spa. Towards the end of Spring, and through mid Fall there’s a Saturday farmers market that comes to Pullman Square.

Huntington Museum of Art: The Huntington Museum of Art opened in 1952 under its previous name, Huntington Galleries. Not only is the museum an art and cultural center, but it also advocates for local art, nature, and education. Its mission is to acquire and display art pieces, provide a valuable museum experience and education, and preserve nature trails. To fulfill its mission, the Huntington Museum of Art offers classes and workshops to the public. There’s a workshop that teaches students how to build with clay and a workshop that discusses the basic techniques of paining with watercolors. Finally, there’s an intensive photography workshop that covers a broad range of topics.

Museum of Radio and Technology: The Museum of Radio and Technology provides an up-close and personal experience with electronic communication and the rapid progression of technology. Admission is free for all guests, but donations are graciously accepted. Some of the highlights of visiting the museum include tours of the 1920s to 1930s radio shop and the 1940s to 1950s showroom. The radio shop gives a glimpse into how music was played before the electrical era. There are hands-on elements in this tour such as working with a “crystal radio.” And the showroom captures what a radio and television store looked like during the 40s and 50s.