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Book Flights to Bluefield, West Virginia

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Places of Interest in Bluefield

A city in Mercer County in the US state of West Virginia, Bluefield is located in the Appalachian Mountains. The city is an ideal blend of metro and small town. Bluefield offers excellent incredible entertainment options for the whole family from performing arts to affluent history and much more. The city has an easy access to world renowned skiing, hiking, and fishing locations and is in proximity to major US airports and interstate routes.

East River Mountain Overlook

Located at an elevation of around 3,500 feet above the sea level, East River Mountain Overlook has an observation deck offering exhilarating views of the city and East River Mountain. Visitors will also find hiking trails and picnic shelters here.

Historic Crab Orchard Museum & Pioneer Park

A non-profit historical museum, Historic Crab Orchard Museum & Pioneer Park is the most comprehensive heritage cultural museum in Mercer County. Visitors can see the living history programs, modern museum gallery, log homes, horse drawn equipment, and early automobiles. The museum remains closed on Sundays.

Wolf Creek Indian Village & Museum

Located south of Bluefield, Wolf Creek Indian Village & Museum is a reconstructed village built to duplicate the archaeological records of an Indian village that dates to 1215. Visitors can explore the Artifact Museum and the recreated village. There is also a museum gift shop and covered picnic area here.