Go on the right tour!
If you go on a ghost tour of Harpers Ferry, just make sure you go on the right tour! A month or so ago my husband and I stayed at a B&B. The innkeepers highly reccommended that we go on a ghost tour in town. She was not aware that a new ghost tour business had opened up. We saw the ghost tour sign at the BBQ restaurant and assumed it was the tour our inkeeper told us about. However, we were dismayed. Our guide was very unprofessional. She wore jeans and a t-shirt and the stories she told were so boring I quickly lost attention. She also seemed to lose her train of thought very quickly and stammered through most of it. The next morning our inkeeper asked us about our tour and she...
Small but convenient.
This is a small visitors center located just off US 340. Turn towards Harpers Ferry/Bolivor from 340 and you will see it on your left. Loads of travel and tourist info and friendly staff. Very busy.
Very interesting collection
This a quiet little museum with a very interesting collection. Located in the basement of the library one block east of the courthouse. Wide ranging array of artifacts including the wagon that carried John Brown to the gallows.
Great for railroad fans
A very nice museum for railroad fans especially those interested in the Baltimore and Ohio. Beautiful old Roundhouse as well.
A nice museum providing details on the live of Adam Stephens, Revolutionary War General. Also covers early history of Berkely County. Nice stone house.