Greenbrier County: your gateway to natural and man-made wonders

Greenbrier County, West Virginia has long been a popular destination for people who wanted to get away to the beauty and fresh air of the mountains. A rich and storied heritage and our county’s small-town atmosphere makes it a place for comfortable year-round living.

It’s a place that’s particularly well-suited for outdoor enthusiasts, who can explore the tree-covered hillsides of the Greenbrier State Forest and the Monongahela National Forest or take in the beauty and clear water of the Greenbrier and Meadow Rivers. Historic Lost World Caverns and Organ Cave allow visitors to experience the spectacular and sometimes eerie majesty of underground life.

You’ll also find many one-of-a-kind places here, such as tours of the once-secret bunker beneath the Greenbrier, intended to house the U.S. Congress in the event of a nuclear attack. Entertainment options include our own Carnegie Hall and the Greenbrier Valley Theatre and the premiere music venue, Cross Creek on Main


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