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  1. Greenbrier Resort Cold War Bunker contracts signed

    November 26, 1958: Contracts were signed between the Greenbrier Resort and the US government to commence construction...

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Winter Lights Winter Lights
Winter lights delight visitors of all ages, and the fun starts this month! The Oglebay Park Winter Festival of Lights, with more than one million lights over 300 acres, has grown into one of the nation's largest holiday light shows. Communities all across West Virginia are celebrating with sparkling lights.

Main Street shops Main Street shops
Capture the feel of an old-fashioned Christmas by shopping on Main Street. Find the perfect gift at a specialty boutique, then take a break at a corner coffee shop. Or browse for yourself at a bookstore or art gallery. Don’t forget: Small Business Saturday is Saturday, November 29!

Tree farms Tree farms
A real tree from a West Virginia tree farm can fill your home with the wonderful scents of the season. Choose-and-cut tree farms offer many services including saws, bags, and ropes. After the holidays, your tree can be recycled by becoming a fish habitat in one of West Virginia’s lakes.

Winter sports Winter sports
While you’re heating up the oven for Thanksgiving dinner, it’s getting colder outside. With fun activities like snow tubing, skiing and snowmobiling, the Mountain State’s ski resorts are sure to please the whole family. Snag a special deal today on lodging and lift tickets and experience a winter wonderland.

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