Hatfield and McCoy Country

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The Hatfield McCoy Feud

The most famous feud in American history.

Now, for the first time ever, the key Hatfield McCoy Feud sites are open to visitors.

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    The Hatfield McCoy Feud

    The most famous feud in American history.

    Now, for the first time ever, the key Hatfield McCoy Feud sites are open to visitors.More on the Hatfield McCoy Feud...

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    Historic Matewan

    A town at the crossroads of history.

    A town at the crossroads of history. More About Matewan...

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    Mine Wars

    The largest armed conflict in America since the Civil War.

    The largest armed conflict in America since the Civil War.Mine Wars...

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    Railroad Central

    One of the best places for train watching in the world.

    The region features one of the largest train yards in the world and one of the few operational roundhouses in the country. More About Railroading...

Entertainment

Live Music

Dandy"s Bar

Live music Friday and Saturday nights and some weeknights too. Music includes Country, Rock Bluegrass and more.

1st Ave & Court St, Williamson, WV 25661
Phone (304)235-2124
http://local.yahoo.com/info-42480857-dandy-s-williamson

The Country Music Highway

A paradise for country music fans If you love country music then the Country Music Highway is something you don’t want to miss. Amazingly many of the biggest names in country music history grew up along the same stretch of road. These artists include the original Coal Miner’s Daughter – Loretta Lynn, Miley Cyrus, Bill Ray Cyrus, Dwight Yokam, The Judds, Ricky Skaggs, Crystal Gail, Patty Loveless and more. So if you want to learn about these country music legends and see how and where they grew up then you’ve got to visit the Country Music Highway.

Mountain Stage

Live performances by some of the greatest musicians in the world. Mountain Stage is the hit NPR radio program heard all over the country. Every Sunday Mountain Stage features concerts by an eclectic mix of performers from across the musical spectrum . Rock, country, blues, jazz, folk and many other types of music are featured. For more information and a schedule of performers see the link below.

Clay Center

The 240,000 square foot Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences houses the performing arts, visual arts and the sciences under one roof. The facility has two theaters and hosts dozens of concerts and nationally known performers every year. It also houses two floors of interactive science exhibits, an art gallery, the ElectricSky™ Theater which presents planetarium shows and large format films on a giant domed screen, the BB&T Little Shop of Wonders Gift Shop with items from West Virginia and out-of-state artisans and a café. The Clay Center is also home to the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra.

Plays

Museums

We have museums with exhibits related to coal, railroads, Mine Wars, the Hatfield McCoy Feud, other regional history and the arts.

There are also numerous festivals, short run plays, concerts and events in the region throughout the year. For more information check out the Events page on this website.