Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Charleston WV do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Charleston WV, DST starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November.
Facts About Charleston, WV
Information for Travelers
West Virginia sets the scene with miles and miles of uninterrupted rolling mountains.
The three major interstates, I-64, I-77 and I-79, converge at Charleston.
In a state engulfed by nature, it's no surprise that its capital, Charleston, feels much more like a small town.
The breathtaking scenery is one of the main reasons to visit Charleston.
Between the Appalachian Mountains and the Kanawha River, the area was settled by pioneers, who moved west after the Revolution, and the first permanent settlement here was Fort Lee, built in 1788.
The downtown Capitol Market houses food vendors and restaurants in an old loading station.
But what the moving cosmopolitan city lacks, it makes up for with history, events and loads of things to do.
A riverside complex includes the gold-domed State Capitol, the Governor's Mansion and the West Virginia State Museum and Theater.
The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences features art and discovery museums, a planetarium and a concert hall.
Read about Charleston in Wikipedia