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Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences
On your next trek into West Virginia, don't miss a chance to visit the Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences.
Featuring a wide range of exhibits and interactive attractions, the Clay Center is part of downtown Charleston – the West Virginia capital where locals come to visit from as far west as Barboursville.
At nearly 240,000 square feet, the Clay Center features permanent art displays from noted artists like Chuck Close, and Joseph Hirsch, and don't miss the 64 ft. tall Hallelujah Sculpture, constructed by artist Albert Paley.
Perfect for an afternoon with the kids, don's miss out on the Clay Center Science Galleries, where you'll check out the Gizmo Factory, or Milton Gardern's Earth City.
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