Bluefield Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Bluefield; our list of the best things to see, including Key Ingredients, Pinnacle Rock State Park and Mountain Festival.
  • The best place in Bluefield: Key Ingredients

    Key Ingredients

    3029 E Cumberland Road
    Key Ingredients is a full service restaurant with a full ABC menu. We serve lunch and dinner daily from 10 am to 10 pm and our HAPPY HOUR is from 4-6 pm
  • Pinnacle Rock State Park

    304-248-8565
    400 acres of parkland, trout-stocked Jimmy Lewis Lake, 2-mile hiking trail, and a 3,100-foot sandstone formation with overlook.
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  • Mountain Festival

    Bluefield City Park
    For a week around Memorial Day Weekend, the festival features live entertainment, dancing to oldies and beach music, a carnival, fireworks, sporting events, contests, an antique car show and the Miss Mountain Festival Pageant.
    restaurants nearby
  • Bluefield City Flea Market

    Route 19 Princeton Avenue
    Open March through October. Up to 200 vendors selling antiques and collectibles.
  • Town and Tweed

    2924 E Cumberland Road
    A favorite local store for years, selling high-quality women's apparel.
  • Bluefield city park

    1750 Stadium Drive
    Picnic area with 4 pavilions, grills, playground, softball fields, football stadium, youth center with recreational equipment, tennis courts and gymnasium with indoor goals.
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  • Prowl Around

    1715 Bluefield Avenue
    Antique books, pictures and glassware.
  • Grand Lake Casino

    24701 S
    655th Road, Grove +1 (918) 786-8528.
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  • Summit Players

    500 Bland Street
    Performs four plays per year. $25 for dinner theatre, $12 for matinees.
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  • Italian Festival

    Bluefield City Auditorium
    Held in early October. Friday night includes Italian dinner (spaghetti, lasagna, chicken cacciatore, salad and dessert) and dancing; Saturday features Italian food, homemade desserts, artisans and vendors, fashion show, and live entertainment. Admission free.
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  • Eastern Regional Coal Archives

    600 Commerce Street
    Open Monday through Friday afternoons; closed holidays. If you're interested in the coal-mining heritage of the area, this public history research center, housed in the Craft Memorial Library, highlights the history of West Virginia coal fields. Along with research material, the center houses exhibits, photographs, mining implements, memorabilia, music and films.
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  • Downtown Bluefield

    with its architecture dating from the 1920s
    There are self-guided walking tours available.
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  • Elks Golf Course

    1501 Whitethorn Street
  • Holiday of Lights Festival

    Bluefield City Park
    Held yearly from Thanksgiving through the first full week in January. Open 6 - 10 pm weekdays, 6 - 11 pm weekends. Admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted. The city park is festooned with Christmas lights, displays and scenes, which can be viewed from the warmth of your car as you drive along the marked trail.
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  • East River Mountain Overlook

    at the top of the mountain along Route 598
    Gives visitors a 3,500-foot-high view of the Bluefields and East River Mountain. Observation deck, hiking trails, picnic shelters, tables and grills.
    restaurants nearby
  • Bluefield Coal Show

    Brushfork Armory Civic Center
    For three days every other September, this professional show displays what the future holds in the way of equipment and any new innovative technology being developed in the coal industry.
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  • New to You Consignment Shop

    1116 Bluefield Avenue
    Local landmark offering a wide selection of clothing, jewelry, books, and small appliances. Closed Sunday.
  • Bluefield Wellness Center

    418 Federal Street
    Indoor track, treadmills, Nordic Trac Skiers, recline bicycles and Lifecycles, stairmasters and Lifesteps, rowing machines, whirlpools, saunas, steam rooms and tanning beds. Day passes $5.
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  • Coal City Gift Shop

    848 Bland Street
    Open 10 am to 5 pm Monday through Saturday, by appointment (ring the doorbell at the Coal City Auditorium two doors down); closed Sundays. Local souvenirs and unique gifts from West Virginia.
  • Greater Bluefield Community Center

    703 College Avenue
    Swimming pool, basketball, racquetball, gymnastics, aerobics, swimming and lifesaving classes, weight room and Nautilus. Day passes $6.
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  • Bluefield Area Arts Center

    500 Bland Street
    Housed in the historic Old City Hall, the Arts Center features an art gallery with rotating monthly exhibits, a top-floor artists' studio featuring local artisans, the Summit Theatre and a restaurant. The Mercer County Convention and Visitors' Bureau is also located in the building.
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  • Bramwell Oktoberfest

    304-248-8004
    Held in early October since 1996. Brewpub and homebrew competitions, beer tastings, artisan's market, local tours, live entertainment. $12 in advance, $15 at the door.
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  • Tudor's Biscuit World

    Route 52
  • Annie's Sports Pub

    2501 Bluefield Avenue
  • The Bar in Bluefield, Inc.

    1600 Jefferson Street
    , 1600 Jefferson Street, 304-324-8770.
  • Main Street Cafe

    411 Federal
    A casual cafe serving wholesome homemade meals.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Bluefield uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.