Museums & Historical Sites
Hinton's oldest standing residential structure, built circa 1875.
422 Summers Street
Sitting along the banks of the Little Bluestone, Cooper's Mill is the smallest grist mill of it's kind in the state. Built in 1869. Open by appointment.
HINTON NATIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT
200 buildings within a twenty-four block area. Here you'll find eclectic architecture dating back to the late 1800's, quaint shops, and a welcoming community.
HINTON RAILROAD MUSEUM
Established in 1991, the museum takes you back to the early days of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company.
206 Temple Street
JOHN HENRY MUSEUM
Discover the legend of John Henry through books, videos, transcripts, and pictures.
21 Pat Ball Road
Jordan's Chapel is a historic Methodist chapel, built in 1852. It is a rectangular frame structure in the Greek Revival style. It features a small louvered belfry with a louvered pyramidal roof.
832 True Road
During the Civil War, Pack's Ferry was a strategic river crossing for Federal troops in the area.
Route 20 at the Lilly Bridge
One of several examples of the final evolution and remains of the old subsistence lifestyle. The original Revolutionary War veteran land grant was granted in 1796, to William Richmond.
New River Road
SAUNDERS ONE ROOM SCHOOL HOUSE
A replica museum of Saunder's one room school house. The museum is filled with all of the original items from the original schoolhouse. Seasonal hours of operation, also open by appointment.
Representing artifacts and memorabilia from every major conflict and era.
419 Ballengee Street