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Music festivals! Music is big in this state, so don't be surprised by the frequent music festivals. The Appalachian String Band Festival celebrates the type of music that involves fiddles and ballads. If you prefer classical music, you can attend concerts put on by the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra in Charleston.
Cheap real estate! If you want to become a homeowner but are on a budget, West Virginia is the place for you. The median home price is about $97,000, which is about half of the national median price. As you look at West Virginia homes for sale, check out smaller cities like Mount Hope and Parsons for a particularly good deal.
Museums galore! No matter what you want to learn about in West Virginia, there's probably a museum for it. The John Brown Wax Museum in Harpers Ferry is creepy and fun, while Moundsville's Marx Toy Museum will leave you with a smile on your face.
Odd attractions! If urban legends are your thing, you'll love checking out some of this state's interesting places. The Mothman Statue in Point Pleasant pays tribute to none other than the Mothman Prophecies, while the Lost World Caverns in Lewisburg are supposedly home to Bat Boy.
Coal houses! West Virginia's economy has a history of depending on coal, so the coal houses here should come as no surprise. You can visit one in White Sulphur Springs, or take a tour of the Exhibition coal mine in Beckley to get a glimpse of what lies beneath this state.
Outdoor recreation! If you like hiking, fishing, hunting, or camping, this is the place to be. You can marvel at the waterfalls of Blackwater Falls State Park or Valley Falls State Park, or you can visit the Potomac River for some amazing views.
Low rent prices! Become acquainted with an area by renting before you buy a house. If that's what you plan to do in West Virginia, you'll be happy to know the average rent is less than $600 per month, which is about $300 less than the average for the rest of the nation. Rent is slightly higher in Charleston and its suburbs, such as Rand and Dunbar, but it's still affordable, at about $625 per month.
Historic areas! This area has been around for hundreds of years, which means there are several historic sites for you to visit. The Wellsburg Historic District dates back to 1791 and played a role in the War of 1812, while Harpers Ferry National Historic Park features two dozen buildings from the 1800s.
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