Fairmont Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Fairmont; our list of the best things to see, including Rider Pharmacy, Valley World of Fun and Curtisville Lake.
  • Rider Pharmacy

    303 Merchant Street
    Open 8:30AM to 8PM Monday through Friday, and 9AM to 5PM on Saturday; closed Sundays. Family-owned and -operated since 1967, offering floral arrangements, gift baskets, Boyds Bears, WVU souvenirs, Department 56 and other gifts.
  • Valley World of Fun

    2017 Pleasant Valley Road
    Open 10AM to 10PM Sunday through Thursday, and 10AM to 11PM Friday and Saturday. Miniature golf, 24 bowling lanes, lasertron, bumper cars, bumper boats, indoor and outdoor climbing walls, 5,000-square-foot maze, 90-foot slide, indoor midway, Himalaya mini-coaster, gyro, whirly bird, rock-n-roll cage, Twister, soft play area, arcade, snack bar and cafe. Day passes $14 - $20.
    eat nearby
  • Curtisville Lake

    695 acres and a 30-acre lake. Hiking trails, fishing.
    restaurants nearby
  • Tracy's Creations

    1547 Fairmont Avenue
    Open 10AM to 5:30PM Monday through Friday, and 10AM to 3PM on Saturday; closed Sundays. Wreaths, swags, floral arrangements, flags, candles, Boyds Bears, primitives and Victorian home décor, linens, heritage lace and braided rugs.
  • West Virginia Folklife Center

    1201 Locust Avenue at Fairmont State
    Dedicated to the identification, preservation, and perpetuation of the region's rich cultural heritage, through academic studies, educational programs, festivals and performances, and publications.
    eat nearby
  • Squirrel Nutkin's Shoppe

    213 Morgantown Avenue
    Antiques, collectibles, pottery, candles, food, and products made in West Virginia.
  • Coal Country Miniature Golf

    3 Hollen Circle
    Miniature golf and batting cages with a coal-mining theme. 18 holes. $5 - $8.
    food nearby
  • The Tin Man

    235 Locust Avenue
    Open 10AM to 6PM Tuesday through Friday, and 10AM to 3PM on Saturday; closed Sundays and Mondays. Antiques, artistic, vintage and all-natural items, and fine gifts.
  • Mary Lou Retton Park

    Mary Lou Retton Drive and Old Monongah Road
    Four baseball fields, one football field, tennis courts with practice wall, playgrounds, West Virginia Miner's Memorial.
    restaurants nearby
  • Valley Falls State Park

    WV-310 off I-79
    1,145 acres for fishing, horseshoes, whitewater rafting, 18 miles of hiking and biking trails. Foaming waterfalls and the remains of a sawmill and grist mill.
    food nearby
  • Mountain State Juried Art Exhibit

    830 Walnut Avenue
    Held in October. Juried, fine art exhibit of paintings, photos and three-dimensional works of art.
    eat nearby
  • Vittoria & Banks

    232 Adams Street
    Open 10AM to 6PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 10AM to 1PM Wednesday and Saturday; closed Sundays. Fingerprint jewelry, school jewelry, name bracelets and fine jewelry. Classes offered.
  • Fairmont (Downtown) Theatre

    416 Adams Street
    Open Friday through Sunday. 2 screens. Classic theatre in the downtown area. $5. Currently Closed.
    food nearby
  • Heston Farm Winery

    Heston Farm Winery

    1602 Tulip Lane
    The Place for Great Events!
  • Classics Cafe

    236 Adams Street
    Open 8AM to 3PM Monday through Friday. Homemade soups and sandwiches.
  • Backwoods Grill

    1602 Locust Avenue
    Open 11AM to 10PM Monday through Thursday, 11AM to 11PM on Friday, and 4PM to 11PM on Saturday; closed Sundays. Soups, salads, sandwiches, steaks, seafood, and Cajun classics like jambalaya, gumbo, Louisiana dirty rice and lobster bisque.
  • DJ's 50s & 60s Diner

    1181 Airport Road
    Open 7AM to 10PM Sunday through Thursday, and 7AM to 12AM Friday and Saturday. Fifties-style diner with waitresses in poodle skirts. Classic American favorites, milkshakes and ice cream floats.
  • USA Steak Buffet

    1017 Fairmont Avenue
    All-you-can-eat steak and chicken. Currently Closed.
  • Wings Olé

    1486 Locust Avenue
    Open 11AM to 12AM Monday through Thursday, 11AM to 2AM Friday and Saturday, and 12PM to 12AM on Sunday. Chicken wings, salads, side dishes, sandwiches, tacos, burritos, enchiladas, fajitas.
  • Dairy Creme Corner

    187 Homewood Avenue
    Open 10AM to 10PM Monday through Saturday, and 1 to 10PM on Sunday. Self-proclaimed purveyors of "the biggest cones in town!" which, depending on your age or ego, may actually be bigger than your head. Along with their FlavorBurst ice cream (used for sundaes, shakes and malts), they offer fried appetizers, salads, sandwiches, barbecue, pepperoni rolls and funnel cakes. Try their peanut butter milkshakes. $1.37 - $2.59.
  • Muriales Italian Family Restaurant

    1742 Fairmont Avenue
    Open 11AM to 9PM Monday through Thursday, 11AM to 10PM Friday and Saturday, and 11AM to 8PM on Sunday. Fine Italian food and home-cooked meals.
  • Say-Boy Steak House Restaurant

    905 Country Club Road
    Open 8AM to 9PM Monday through Saturday, and 8AM to 8:30PM on Sunday. A local favorite for 45 years. Steaks, chicken and Italian specialties.
  • Aquarium Lounge

    620 Gaston Avenue
    Open 11AM to 10PM Monday through Friday, and 5PM to 10PM on Saturday; closed Sundays. Salads, pasta, chicken, pork, seafood and hand-cut steaks.
  • Country Club Bakery

    1211 Country Club Road
    Open 7AM to 6PM Monday through Friday, except Wednesday, and 7AM to 3PM on Saturday; closed Wednesdays and Sundays. Bakery supplying pepperoni rolls to grocery stores and convenience stores around Fairmont; try them hot and fresh for just $1. They also carry Italian breads, rolls and cookies.
  • Pufferbelly's Ice Cream Station

    Pufferbelly's Ice Cream Station

    1024 Fairmont Avenue
  • Muriale's Restaurant

    1742 Fairmont Ave
    Muriale's is an award winning Italian restaurant in Fairmont, West Virginia. We serve original recipe pasta: spaghetti, lasagna - rigatoni, cavetelli, and ravioli. We also serve steaks, chicken, salads, pizza, and hoagies.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Fairmont uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.