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Your directory for local shopping and attractions! Pictured above: Willow and Ryan, owners/operators of Unique Boutique located in Lewisburg, WV!  Do you have a shop or attraction that you would like listed? Tell us! We will list it below.


Bella the Corner Gourmet: Hip, happy, and gourmet! Stop in to visit and shop at the hippest gourmet shop around! Bella The Corner Gourmet offers a wide array of fabulous gourmet food & kitchen products in a warm and relaxed shop in the heart of historic downtown Lewisburg!

1017 Washington Street East, Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier Motors: Family owned and operated, Greenbrier Motors supports our local community. They have been in operation for 75 years and is West Virginia’s only Ram Certified Agricultural Dealer. As a Business Link Dealer, they sell and serve Dodge 4500, 5500, and Promaster vehicles. Their lot also includes a wide variety of Jeeps!

9841 Seneca Trail. Lewisburg, WV.

Harmony Ridge Gallery: What began as Harmony Isle Gallery, is now Harmony Ridge Gallery. Their mission is to showcase American Artists & help bring them into your everyday lives.

886 Washington Street West
Lewisburg, West Virginia
(304) 645-4333

Lewisburg Diamond and Gold: Family owned and operated, LDG has been serving the Greenbrier Valley and beyond with exclusive designer lines, unique antique and estate pieces. They strive to provide the finest quality jewelry and best possible service to everyone. As a family owned business and as such, they want all of their customers to feel like family and trust you are getting the best they have to offer each time you call or check out the store. So stop in today to find that unique piece that will be treasured for a lifetime.

2079 Jefferson St N. Lewisburg, West Virginia


Love Child: When it comes to play and kids fashion, Lewisburg’s local independent toy store, Love Child is ahead of the game. Owned and operated by Siobhan Winters, this is a childrens’ boutique, catering to children up to 10 years young, in the heart of downtown. You will find unique items not available anywhere else including some of the best brands in the toy business such as Melissa and Doug, Plan Toys, Manhattan Toys, Calico Critters, and Tolo. There’s also a huge selection of clothing such as Tea, Zutano kissy kissy, and Father Baby. The shop focuses on finding brands that allow parents to bring out the uniqueness of their children.

“Absolutely LOVE Love Child! Such a wide variety of things for infants to big kids and more! Best place to get calico critters for the kids too! It was also the only place I could find an infant swimsuit.” – Tiffany Marie.

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933 Washington St W. Lewisburg, West Virginia
Patina: Located beside the Wild Bean Coffee Shop, Patina is an eclectic shop that carries vintage decor, a wide variety of Yetti coolers, local art and jewelry, antiques, handmade soaps, and other gifts.
“Love it! Awesome shop. Beautifully decorated very inviting and friendly owners. It’s got a little of everything WV crafts, antiques, bath and body and tons more. It’s my favorite shop in Lewisburg!!” Debbie Amos
Open: Monday – Saturday 10a – 5p
Some Sundays 12p – 4p
117 E. Washington St. Lewisburg, WV.

Willow and Ryan’s Unique Boutique:  Owners Willow and Ryan say they have brought “metaphysical” to Lewisburg. This creative, free-spirited store carries a large selection of uncommon gifts such as gemstone jewelry, body jewelry, artistic collectibles, incense, groovy clothing, tapestries, statuary, fragrance oils, crystals and mineral specimens, and even fun items for kids.

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250 Piercy Drive, Suite #9 Jefferson Square. Lewisburg, WV.
(304) 667-4548

Wolfcreek Gallery: “As unique as you are” Wolf Creek offers a large selection of specialty clothing, jewelry, shoes and gifts. Find that perfect item every time!

967 Washington St West
Lewisburg, West Virginia
(304) 645-5270


Beartown State Park: A 110-acre natural area located on the eastern summit of Droop Mountain in northern Greenbrier County and a small portion of Pocahontas County. This park is known for its unusual rocky formations, massive boulders, overhanging cliffs and deep crevices. The park’s main attraction is a half-mile boardwalk showcasing these spectacular sights. The park is open April to October, and off-season access is available by appointment.

Rt 219 N. on Droop Mountain
Pocahontas County, WV

Carnegie Hall: The hall was built in 1902 with funds donated by steel baron and philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie, to the former Lewisburg Female Institute, later the Greenbrier College for women. Carnegie Hall, Inc. was established in 1983 as a regional not-for-profit arts and education center to serve Southern West Virginia.

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611 Church St, Lewisburg, West Virginia

Cartier Raine Lifestyle Spa: When it comes to unwinding, Cartier Raine Lifestyle Spa in Lewisburg can help you with their affordable spa treatments. Tucked away behind Ruby Tuesday on Rt 219, this small, intimate spa focuses primarily on full-body pampering without breaking the bank.

Rochelle Sanchez, the owner, tells us the spa does everything except hair. She and her team focus on massage, facials, Reiki Healing, lash extensions, brow and lash tinting, face & body waxing (Brazilian), manicures, pedicures, spray tanning, and advanced skincare treatments.

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213 Coleman Dr. Suite 3. Lewisburg, WV.

Elk’s Country Club: This facility is open to the public and after one visit, you will quickly realize this is where golf, dining, and social events are more than a past time… it’s a way of life. You can fulfill all your recreational needs not only with eighteen great holes of golf, but also a centrally located clubhouse which houses the pro shop and locker rooms; the Dutch Haus Restaurant which serves steaks, cold beer and has a spectacular deck overlooking the golf course; an outdoor swimming pool; and a special banquet room to host your next party!

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Brush Road, just 1/2 mile north of interstate 64 on US Route 219.

Greenbrier Bowling & Recreation Center: Fun for the entire family! Enjoy open bowling, cosmic bowling, join a league, or even celebrate with them!

137 Maple Carriage Dr. Lewisburg, West Virginia
Greenbrier River Trail:  The trail is a  78-mile former railroad now used for hiking, biking and horseback riding. It is the longest trail of its kind in West Virginia. The trail provides many breathtaking views as it passes through several small towns, crosses 35 bridges, goes through two tunnels and cuts through some of West Virginia’s most remote areas. The Greenbrier River Trail is one of 50 Millennium Legacy Trails in the United States, and was rated one of the top 10 hiking trails in the country by Backpacker Magazine. Part of the Greenbrier River Trail lies within a National Radio Quiet Zone so cell phones do not work.

Linear state park
Distance: North Caldwell (near Lewisburg in Greenbrier County) –> Cass in eastern West Virginia (Pocahontas County)

Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company: “Get Out, Explore, Bring Beer” Experience the meaning behind Wild and Wonderful West Virginia by enjoying a quality craft beer. They are proud of their West Virginia roots, and paying homage by naming their beers after local legends and mythical figures. Every day they push themselves to think outside the box by creating new, exciting, complex and delicious craft beer.

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862 Industrial Park Rd
Maxwelton, West Virginia
(304) 520-4669

Greenbrier Valley Theatre: An all-inclusive arts organization, producing live plays and musicals year-round as well as offering gallery space for local visual artists, a literary series, music events, and youth education in theatre arts. GVT is also the only organization in southern West Virginia streaming The Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD series.

Now in its 51st year, GVT has grown from a small, summer repertory theatre in a tent by the Greenbrier River, to a year-round, Actors’ Equity-affiliated professional theatre with a staff of 15 and over 80 volunteers annually! Located in historic downtown Lewisburg, GVT offers local residents and tourists alike access to high-quality theatre and arts experiences at little or no cost. Their donors and sponsors make it possible for them to keep their prices low while continuing to produce high-quality programming for our audiences.

1038 E Washington St, Lewisburg, WV

Hanging Rock Bird Observatory: View the annual migration of birds of prey at Hanging Rock Raptor Migration Observatory in Jefferson National Forest on Peters Mountain in Monroe County. The observatory is a tower perched on the rocks at an elevation of 3,800 feet above sea level.

Zenith Road. Peters Mountain
Gap Mills, WV

Hawk Knob Hard Cider & Mead: Two Appalachian men are reviving a centuries-old tradition of making handcrafted cider and mead in Greenbrier County. Josh Bennet and Will Lewis are the co-owners and founders of Hawk Knob, West Virginia’s first cidery that also offers dry aged meads and traditional dry ciders.

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2245 Blue Sulphur Pike. Lewisburg, WV

Lake Sherwood: A 164-acre reservoir located within the Lake Sherwood Recreation Area.

Monongahela National Forest
Greenbrier County, West Virginia

Lost World Caverns: Beneath your feet lies an entire wild world, vastly unexplored. So if you think you know the Greenbrier Valley, think again! Greenbrier, Pocahontas, and Monroe counties alone boast thousands of known caves and miles of passages spanning through an underground system like veins in the earth.

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907 Lost World Rd. Lewisburg, WV
304 645-6677

Moncove Lake State Park and Campground: Moncove Campground is nestled into the hills of Monroe County on the southeastern edge of wild and wonderful West Virginia. It’s a great place to come with family and friends to get worlds away from everyday realities. Come experience nature and the simple way of life.

The privately owned campground is located on 4 acres and has 6 RV lots available for reservation. Each lot has electrical power and sewer hookups. The campground is located adjacent to Moncove Lake State Park. The state park covers 250 acres. It also has a 144 acre lake. For those who enjoy outdoor recreation, the surrounding area provides ample opportunities for hunting, hiking, fishing, boating, mountain biking, birding, picnicking and swimming in the lake or heated pool.
Moncove Lake Rd.
Gap Mills, WV
(919) 647-4190

Smooth Ambler Spirits: Not only did the Scotch-Irish bring fine whiskey-making skills to our mountains but Appalachia’s water, grains, and mountain air make for ideal conditions to distill and age these spirits in Greenbrier Valley.

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745 Industrial Park Road Maxwelton, West Virginia

Hotels and Resorts

The Greenbrier: Located amid the breathtaking Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia, The Greenbrier is a National Historic Landmark and an award-winning resort welcoming guests since 1778.

300 W Main St
White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
(855) 453-4858
Snowshoe Mountain: All the best of winter… all in one place. This four-season mountain playground has 11,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness offering countless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
10 Snowshoe Dr
Snowshoe, West Virginia
(877) 441-4386
Omni Homestead Resort: Experience an iconic and beloved American treasure in the mountains of Virginia Open since 1766, The Omni Homestead Resort is one of America’s grand resorts, offering unparalleled hospitality and southern charm in a 2,000-acre setting in the Allegheny Mountains of southwestern Virginia. Renowned for its natural hot springs, the resort offers 483 luxurious guest rooms and suites, 72,000 square feet of meeting space and a wide array of fine and casual dining choices. The resort has two championship golf courses including one of the nation’s finest mountain courses, The Cascades. Allegheny Springs is a two-acre family-friendly water attraction with lazy river, water slides and water play zone. In 2017, the resort’s newest amenity, the Ridge Runner Zip Tour debuted featuring 8 zip lines spanning more than 4,000 feet. The resort also offers the South’s first downhill ski area, a beautiful Equestrian Center, top-rated Shooting Club, tennis, Segway tours, Mini Cascades, an 18-hole miniature golf course and a wealth of other recreational attractions.
7696 Sam Snead Hwy
Hot Springs, Virginia
(800) 838-1766
Resort at Glade Springs: A full-service destination resort offering travelers a memorable mountain escape where they can enjoy a variety of accommodations, meeting facilities, outdoor adventures and recreational options while decompressing and being themselves. Its’ ideal Southern West Virginia setting provides the total package of outdoor mountain fun, world-class golf, skiing, equestrian, tennis and spa services that offer great value and surpasses expectations.
255 Resort Dr
Daniels, West Virginia
(866) 498-1147

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