Visiting the Charles Town area of West Virginia? Charles Town Ghost Tours recommends these local restaurants, lodging, and attractions ~

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Restaurants ~

Needful Things
218 W. Washington Street
Charles Town, WV
304-725-6315
304-725-6351
Website – Needful Things

Combine a shopping and dining experience in this family-owned store. Browse for antiques, clothing, books, electronics, and more, then take a break for breakfast, lunch, or a snack in the shop’s café.

 

Alfredo’s Mediterranean Café
132 W. Washington Street
Charles Town, WV
304-724-9992
Website – Alfredo’s Mediterranean Café

Enjoy dishes from Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Lebanon, and Morocco. Open for both lunch and dinner.

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Lodging ~

Carriage Inn Bed and Breakfast
417 East Washington Street
Charles Town, WV
800-867-9830
Website – Carriage Inn Bed and Breakfast

Enjoy a relaxed stay in this restored historic mansion offering comfortable rooms with modern conveniences and a full breakfast.

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Attractions ~

The Old Opera House
204 N. George Street
Charles Town, WV
304-725-4420
Website – The Old Opera House

Built in the early 1900s, the Old Opera House opened as a performance theater in 1910 and became a movie theater years later. After the cinema closed, the Opera House became at various times apartments, a tavern, a florist shop, and even a two-lane bowling alley. In the 1970s, the Opera House was restored and once again presents live theatrical events.

If an evening at this historic theater is on your itinerary, be sure to make reservations. Shows often sell out, especially the musicals.

 

Charles Town Farmers Market
100 S. Samuel Street
Charles Town, WV
304-579-0924
Facebook Page – Charles Town Farmers Market

The Charles Town Farmers Market is Jefferson County’s premier farmers market, offering more vendors, more products, and more fun!

Open seasonally, mid-April through October, Saturdays only, from 8 am to noon.

 

John Brown Wax Museum
168 High Street
Harpers Ferry, WV
304-535-6342
Website – John Brown Wax Museum

The story of abolitionist John Brown and his raid on Harpers Ferry, WV, told with life-size wax figures created by Earl Dorfman, noted sculptor of historic heads in vinyl plastisol, known to give a more lifelike quality to figures than wax. The John Brown Wax Museum is the only intact Dorfman museum left in the United States.

The museum is ocated in the historic section of Harpers Ferry.

 

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