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The Capitol Theater

1015 Main Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

The revitalized, historic theatre in downtown Wheeling provides high-caliber entertainment.

Wheeling Victorian Architecture

There are many architecture gems of the Victorian era located in Wheeling. Come and see many beautiful and timeless buildings that take you back in time.

Wheeling Symphony

1025 Main Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

The Wheeling Symphony was founded in 1929 and is passionately committed to making live music available to as many people as possible. It is the oldest cultural organization in West Virginia and a vibrant entrepreneurial organization at the forefront of education and outreach.

West Virginia Independence Hall

1528 Market Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

Nearly six years before President Lincoln signed the proclamation making West Virginia the 35th State in the Union in 1863, construction had begun on the Wheeling Custom House, headquarters for federal offices for the Western District of Virginia. The grand architecture of the building's interiors has been authentically restored and the building is known today as West Virginia Independence Hall.

Artisan Center

1400 Main Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

Experience the magnificent architecture and the warmth of hospitality while you shop for both West Virginia and regional arts and crafts. Come see why the Artisan Center truly is the Pride of Downtown Wheeling.

Toy and Train Museum

144 Kruger Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

The Toy and Train Museum let's you be a kid again with toys, trains, and fun, in our beautifully restored, 24,000 square foot Victorian schoolhouse.

Wheeling Island Casino

1 S Stone St Wheeling, WV 26003
(304) 232-5050

The McLure Hotel is located only one mile from the Wheeling Island Casino and Racetrack. Remember to stay at the McLure when you are in town playing table games and slots.

Wheeling Suspension Bridge

The Wheeling Suspension Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the main channel of the Ohio River at Wheeling, West Virginia. It was the largest suspension bridge in the world from 1849 until the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge in 1851.