The River City maybe the Mountain State’s second largest, but it will always be first in our hearts. Here are 17 things to love about our great town.

1. Pullman Square

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So. Much. Shopping. See you at Max & Ermas!

2. The West Virginia Building

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Can we move in please? The 15-story building downtown is being renovated into condos.

3. The Keith Albee

4. Marshall (of course)

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5. Old Main

 

 

6. Memorial Fountain

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7. 31st Street Bridge

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Even though you know officially it’s the Frank Gatski Memorial Bridge.

8. The Ohio River

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9. Chili Fest & Rib Fest

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Chili Fest (pictured above) is held every year in September.

10. Harris Riverfront Park

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11. The Old Trolleys

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Yeah that’s right, we were the second city in the country to adopt electric street cars (after San Francisco). They are gone here but not forgotten!

12. Camden Park

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Although it’s technically in Wayne County, it’s still a Huntington tradition.

13. Herritage Station

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14. Cabell County Courthouse

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15. The Art Museum

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16. Ritter Park

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17. Joan C. Edward Stadium

Because if you’re a Herd fan… you know this is home!!

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