- Our list of the best things to do in Ansted, West Virginia, features the top 44 nearby activities — including 22 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Ansted, WV has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Ansted, WV , followed by 41 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lansing, Fayetteville, Beckley, Summersville and Oak Hill
61% 216 votes
1 Greyhound Drive, Nitro, WV 25313 MoreLess Info
The Mardi Gras Casino offers 90,000 square feet of gaming space in a New Orleans's Mardi Gras themed spaces. The casino has 1,200 slots and 30 gaming tables including Roulette, Big Six, and Craps.
The Pearl S. Buck Birthplace is a museum occupying the house and grounds where the Nobel Prize-winning author was born. Guided tours offer insights into the inspiration the author took from her roots in this community.
84% 49 votes
HC 64, Box 189, Hillsboro, WV 24946 MoreLess Info
The site of West Virginia's last significant Civil War battle on November 6, 1863 is now Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park. On years ending in an even number, visitors can see a battlefield reenactment, and anytime, visitors can visit a memorial on the site.
Locust Creek Bridge is the last surviving covered bridge in Pocahontas County, West Virginia and was built in the 1870s and renovated in 2002. The bridge spans Locust Creek and features a stream with lots of rocks and wild flowers.
92% 147 votes
The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 MoreLess Info
Originally constructed by Seth Raynor in 1924, Jack Nicklaus redesigned the Greenbrier Golf Course in 1977. This resort course is the only course in the world to host the Ryder Cup and the Solheim Cup.
During the Cold War, the Greenbrier Government Relocation Facility was to be the location that top United States government officials were to be evacuated to should the need arise. Visitors can tour the facility, better known as The Bunker, including the decontamination area and the power plant.
Alexander H. Findlay originally designed the Meadows golf course, but the course was completely redesigned in 1999 by Dick Wilson and Bob Cupp to become a 6,660 yards par 70 course. Players can plan the course that is often used for regional and state championships.