1 Hospitality Dr.
Ripley, WV 25271
Phone: (304) 372-5000
Fax: (304) 372-5600
1 Hospitality Dr. , Ripley, WV, US, 25271
- Phone: (304) 372-5000
- Fax: (304) 372-5600
The brainchild of the legendary American folk and rock guitarist Jorma Kaukonen, Fur Peace Ranch give you a unique experience altogether when it comes to listening to live music. Set in the countryside locale of Southeast Ohio and surrounded by a serene environment, the venue serves as a respite from the regular concert venues in the city. Backed by the reputation of the Jorma Kaukonen, the ranch has attracted a number of renowned artist from across the world. Workshops, guitar camps and other smaller events related to music are regularly held here. Apart from the main concert hall that has a seating capacity for 200 guests, the ranch comprises numerous facilities like the workshop space, a music store, library and a dining hall which comes with an alfresco setup on its porch. Drive up to this exciting ranch and you are bound to fall in love with music all over again.
Visit this working glass studio and see fascinating, exquisite, one-of-a-kind, handcrafted art glass such as paperweights, glass blown art, crystal collectibles, and sculptures.
Elvie's Touch of Heart is a Victorian inspired gift shop that specializes in such Victorian treasures as specially designed lamp shade covers, wreaths, and unique gift items. Elvie
Stop by this charming little gift shop for a unique and eclectic inventory of gifts and home accents.
Learn the basic techniques for the beginner scrapbooker at this craft store that also offers many unique scrapbook items.
Specializes in 18th and 19th period antiques including currency, WWI and WWII memorabilia, jewelry, watches, and a large collection of West Virginia paintings.
South Charleston Mound Crafts is a retail craft shop with 5,000 square feet of vendor's booths which are filled with everything from ceramics, wall hangings and wood crafts to floral arrangements and country crafts.
Gifts, books, crafts and other unique items, many dealing with the Blennerhassett story. Operated by the Friends of Blennerhassett.
Display and sale of West Virginia and Ohio made crafts produced by hundreds of artists. Craft demonstrations upon request. One of a kind items, books, West Virginia produced food products and West Virginia Glass.
Over 50,000 used books, paper collectable, "new" books of regional interest. Out of Print search service. Located in the restored 1904 Carnegie Library building which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, this flea market offers a wide range of fresh produce, home baked goods, arts, crafts, flowers, and much more.
Charming antique store with collectibles, antiques and decorative accessories for your home including glassware, furniture, pottery, silver and china.