Carnegie Hall

West Virginia

Industrialist Andrew Carnegie helped fund this 1902 Colonial Revival performance hall, one of only four Carnegie music halls still in continuous use. Stop by to see local art, the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame exhibit or to watch one of the monthly live-music performances (tickets typically cost $19 to $25).

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