Greenbrier County is a destination for vacations, history seekers, food and unique places.
- The Greenbrier Resort
The PGA TOUR and The Greenbrier have entered a six-year agreement, through 2015, whereby the historic West Virginia resort will sponsor and host The Greenbrier Classic as part of the FedExCup, beginning the week of July 26 - August 1, 2010.
- Historic Lewisburg
- Greenbrier River Trail (official site)
- Moncove Lake State Park
- Organ Cave
- Lost World Caverns
- Greenbrier River (fishing and canoeing)
- National Fish Hatchery
- Old Stone Church
- Carnegie Hall, local not-for-profit fine arts and education center.
Presenting performances, museum exhibits, film series, etc.
- North House Museum, Greenbrier County Historical Society
- Greenbrier Valley Theatre
- West Virginia State Fair (August)
- Outfitters offer mountain bikes, float trips and shuttle service.
- Public golf courses
- Monongahela National Forest
- Covered Bridges
Bring the family along! Greenbrier County is home to a variety of antique shops and galleries. Visitors have more than 15 antique shops and 10 galleries from which to choose. Greenbrier’s county seat, Lewisburg, was recently named one of the “Top 100 Small Art Towns in America” along with America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Greenbrier County has many excellent restaurants and eateries. Three local restaurants have been featured on the The Food Network’s “The Best of…”
For area information, visit: Greenbrier County CVB