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Civil War Living History Museum Hotel Guide
Enjoy Civil War Living History Museum.
While you might not have heard of Martinsburg, the place in which it is located, it's likely that you're familiar with the state capital, Charleston, 220 miles away.
Our time is precious, and that is why a lot of visitors stay close to the action. You'll find 2 to select from. The Clarion Inn Harpers Ferry - Charles Town and Econo Lodge are both great choices and are within 2 miles of Civil War Living History Museum.
Travelers on a shoestring can choose from a number of low-cost hotels that are not too far away. The Knights Inn Knoxville Harpers Ferry and the Americas Best Value Inn are a selection of the more popular establishments.
There's nothing nicer than resting those tired feet and treating yourself to a snack and a coffee after exploring. When you've finished at Civil War Living History Museum, head to Country Cafe & General Store (1715 Washington Street, Harpers Ferry), which is only 0.6 miles away. Later on, reminisce over the day's tours with a nourishing meal at White Horse Tavern (4328 William L Wilson Freeway, Harpers Ferry).
Other Places to Visit near Civil War Living History MuseumNot ready to leave? Don't worry, because there's plenty more than just Civil War Living History Museum to do in the region:
- If you're looking to get a feel for where you are, venture up to Bolivar Heights Scenic Overlook. Not only will you be privy to panoramic views of the area, it also makes for a great location for photography.
- Lifelong bonds with friends and professional networks have been consolidated for generations at Storer College Building. Appreciate the continuation of this culture during pre-arranged tours.
- At John Brown Museum you can take photographs with wax statues of the world's most favored celebrities and public figures.
- Appalachian Trail Conservancy Headquarters is where visitors can grab maps, pamphlets, and other free tourist information.
- Start your vacation off on the right note by going to Appalachian Trail Conference Headquarters and getting some informative pamphlets.