A hidden treasure of history
The Beverly Heritage Center invites you to experience the story of Beverly and Randolph County, West Virginia. Learn how this Allegheny crossroads town came to local, state, and national importance by visiting our museum and visitor center at the heart of the Beverly Historic District. Visit Rich Mountain Battlefield to relive one of the earliest battles of the Civil War and see how our community shaped state history and the fate of our nation. See how Historic Beverly Preservation tells the storied past and helps build the vibrant present of our historic community.
Beverly Heritage Center combines four historic buildings in the center of Beverly, West Virginia, to tell the story of the Battle of Rich Mountain and the First Campaign of the American Civil War, the pivotal role of the Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike, and daily life in a small rural county seat through the 19th Century.
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The 1854 Bushrod Crawford House
Plan Your Visit
Whether you’re planning a day trip, hosting a group event, planning a weekend stay, or looking for regional history, Beverly and Randolph County has something for everyone. Learn more about Beverly area businesses, event rentals, group tour options, and related heritage attractions.
Our online store features t-shirts and hats, with books, souvenirs, and much more to come. Check back for updates!
The Beverly Heritage Center gift shop specializes in:
- Locally authored books on West Virginia culture, Civil War history, and more
- T-shirts and hats
- Crafts and food products produced in West Virginia
- Children’s Toys
- BHC themed Souvenirs