- Our list of the best things to do in South Charleston, West Virginia, features the top 35 nearby activities — including 14 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- South Charleston, WV has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 5 things to do within the city of South Charleston, WV , followed by 30 popular activities in nearby cities, including Charleston, Milton and Nitro
The City of South Charleston's Memorial Ice Arena is an up-to-date, state of the art ice skating facility that hosts all manner of ice skating activities. It features heated seating areas for spectators, as well.
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South Charleston Indian Mound is the second largest Indian mound in West Virginia measuring 175 feet in diameter at the base and approximately 35 feet high. It is believed that these mounds belonged to Indians of the Adena Culture.
Housed within Staunton Park, the Criel Mound is the second largest Native American burial ground in West Virginia. The mound is the gathering place for a variety of activities such as arts and crafts fairs, revivals, and memorial services.
Headquartered in the historical LaBelle Theater is the South Charleston Museum. The museum is dedicated to the preservation of West Virginia's past and present so that it can live in the future, featuring films, artifacts and documents from throughout the area.
Southridge Grand Prix is a family fun center that offers patrons a variety of attractions including roller skating, lazer tag, go karts, mini golf and arcade games. Southridge also hosts birthday parties with roller skating and grand prix themes.
Charleston's branch of Marquee Cinemas is a twelve-theater movie multiplex that shows first-run movies with digital video and sound. The theater is also available for rentals for parties, church groups, or other functions.
Based at the Maier Foundation Performance Hall at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences, the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra gives more than 50 concerts each year at the center, other locations in Charleston, and throughout the region. The symphony is also committed to educating the public about music.
Housed in a converted historic church, the Charleston Light Opera Guild presents a variety of musical and theatrical programs in its intimate 225-seat theater. They host open auditions, and maintain a summer program to develop young talent.
Guests find five different areas at the Charleston Civic Center. The 30,000 square foot Coliseum can seat 13,500, the 50,086 square foot Grand Hall, the Municipal Auditorium with a stage and seating for 3,483 people, the Little Theater with seating for 738 people, and 17 meeting rooms.