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Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near West Virginia
While in West Virginia, you might enjoy a visit to:
Exhibit in an old church commemorates the first celebration of Mother's Day, which took place in Grafton in 1908.
The bathroom in the Barbour County Historical Museum holds a treat -- two mummies preserved by a local Dr. Frankenstein.
George and Pam Farnham collect many things, including towering fiberglass roadside statues that fill their yard.
The rivals of the McCoys rest in Sarah Ann, some in surprising splendor.
Where our elected representatives planned to enjoy their post-apocalyptic days.
Officially recognized Ripley's Believe it or Not! attraction, possibly from a slow week for marvels.
This life-sized fiberglass elephant may remember its original purpose, but no one else seems to.
Poised for liftoff, a replica remembers local kid turned NASA engineer Homer Hickham and the Rocket Boys (title of his book that became the movie "October Sky"). Visitors can see Homer's boyhood home and rocket launch site.
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