- Our list of the best things to do in Weirton, West Virginia, features the top 34 nearby activities — including 11 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Weirton, WV has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Sights & Landmarks, and Amusement.
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648 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, OH 44502 MoreLess Info
The Arms Family Museum of Local History is the preserved residence of the Arms family. The first floor feature rooms dedicated to handicraft, medieval architecture and design, and the second floor features exhibits relevant to local history.
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328 W Slingluff Avenue, Dover, OH 44622 MoreLess Info
Operated by trained actors and actresses, Dreams Come True Entertainment is a business that provides character entertainment for a variety of events. The actors dress as characters such as Tinkerbell, Cinderella, Little Mermaid, and many others by request.
Touted as the only museum in the western part of Pennsylvania that features Japanese and Chinese art, the Maridon Museum is located in Butler, Pennsylvania. The museum showcases 800 pieces of Asian artwork, including tapestries and jade and porcelain objects.
Discover the story of a man who turned his love of carving into a family business that has lasted for generations when you visit Warther Museum. The museum features guided tours, intricate carvings of locomotives, and other priceless gems that must be seen.
Dedicated to master carver Ernest 'Mooney' Warther, the Warther Woodcarving Museum maintains a large collection of wood, ivory, and other carvings. The museum offers guided tours for individuals and groups, and hosts corporate events.
A non profit community theater organization, the Butler Little Theatre Group presents an array of productions, including comedies, dramas, and mysteries. The group holds auditions, and offers a wealth of backstage experiences for volunteers.
Opened in 1926, the Stambaugh Auditorium features a three tier concert hall accommodating 2,553 people. The auditorium also offers a 9,700 foot Grand Ballroom and a second, smaller recital hall. The rooms can be rented for concerts and other events.
Take a trip back in time at Pioneer Drive-In Theatre in Butler, Pennsylvania. Celebrating the pastime of drive-in movies, the facility boasts five screens playing current movies as well as an array of snacks to enjoy with the entertainment.
With open play hours available, Intense Paintball has both indoor and outdoor playing fields with inflatable obstacles. The center also has a pro shop with paintball guns and safety equipment available for purchase.