Simply Get Away to the Greenbrier Valley, West Virginia
How many times have you wished that you could simply get away? Well, stop wishing and start planning your trip to the Greenbrier Valley.
Get to know the Greenbrier Valley—Its Stories, Its History
The Greenbrier Valley is full of history from its centuries old buildings and covered bridges to its stops along the Civil War Trail. We claim one of only four Carnegie Halls, built with an endowment by Andrew Carnegie himself. The area is full of stories, come make your own.
So Much To Do, It's Going To Take Another Visit
The Greenbrier Valley is home to The Greenbrier resort and one of America’s Coolest Small Towns, Lewisburg. Come ride your bike – motorized or using your own two feet—on the scenic Midland Trail. Head underground to one of the areas limestone caves, or take in the history and then a show.
The Greenbrier, America's Resort
The Greenbrier's stately grandeur is unmistakable – sprawling Georgian architecture, meticulously manicured gardens, and distinct décor. Experiencing the Greenbrier Classic, touring the bunker, attending a destination wedding, playing in the casino or just relaxing, there are so many reasons to visit.
Good times to be had at the Greenbrier Valley’s Festivals, Fairs & Parades
On any given weekend, there is a good chance that something’s going on in the Greenbrier Valley. Some must do’s are the State Fair of West Virginia, the Lewisburg Chocolate Festival, T.O.O.T – Taste Of Our Towns and the Lewisburg Literary Festival.
The Greenbrier Valley Will Keep You Moving
Discover your favorite outdoor pastimes in the Greenbrier Valley. There’s biking and hiking from leisurely and scenic to hilly and challenging. Try canoeing, fishing or tubing in the Greenbrier River. Get out for a round of golf, a picnic with the family or meander along the historic town streets.
Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center Opens
The Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center is open for business in downtown Lewisburg, WV. This regional Visitors Center, operated by the Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors Bureau, has travel information on not only Greenbrier County, but Pocahontas, Monroe, and Summers as well. Stop by and visit if you’re in the area