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Addison Visitors Center & Gift Shop
Purses by Midge Parker
Crafts by Nancy Arthur

The Addison Visitors Center & Gift Shop is located in downtown Webster Springs at 110 South Main Street. You can find here unique arts & crafts by many of West Virginia's talented artists and crafters. Also available at the Visitors Center are travel brochures on Webster County and the surrounding area.

Featured are crafts by Nancy Arthur, purses by Midge Parker, baskets by Rose Ann Cowger, furniture by Steven Fisher, pottery by Holly Burgess, Larry Riffle and Brian Van Nostrand, and West Virginia glass.

You will also find wine by Lambert's Winery, chocolate & candies, books on West Virginia history, wreaths by Carol Wayne, gourmet food, wooden toys by George Smith, wind chimes & bird houses from Howie's Crafts and much more.

You can browse among the crafts while obtaining information on local fairs, festivals, events and points of interest in Webster County such as the Big Sycamore Tree, Woodchoppers, white water rafting, hiking and much more.

Webster County is also home to Holly River State Park as well as the Monogahela National Forest and several rivers including the Elk, Holly and Gauley. Webster County also features the 9-hole Mountain View Golf Course and the Camp Caesar 4-H Camp.

Lambert's Winery Autumn Display
Timeline - Ancient People Timeline - Webster's Golden Age
A historical timeline by local resident Daniel Moran highlights the geologic, industrial, and cultural development of the area and offers visitors a look into Webster County's past.

Hours: We are open from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday through Saturday. Closed on Sundays.

Directions: You can reach the Addison Visitors Center from I-79 by taking exit #67 at Flatwoods. Look up for the Day's Inn and then drive up Day's Inn Drive and turn left onto scenic Route 15 East, which will take you all the way into Webster Springs. When you reach the only traffic light in Webster Springs continue forward and we are the fourth building on your left.

For those traveling along Route 19 from Summersville, you take Route 41 East which becomes Route 55. Continue on Route 20 and travel through Craigsville while following the signs to Webster Springs. When you reach the only traffic light in Webster Springs turn right and we are the fourth building on your left. The Visitors Center is just past the Subway restaurant.

Addison Visitors Center & Gift Shop
110 Main Street · Webster Springs, WV 26288
304-847-5404 ·

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