Discover Culture in #VisitMoundsville

Cockayne Farmstead

An 1850s Farmhouse built by the Cockayne Family. This time capsule retains it’s original interior including furniture, clothing, and over 3,000 artifacts from the family who lived in the home until 2001. The Farmstead is being preserved by the Marshall County Historical Society.
Tours are available Monday-Friday from 10am-4pm! $5 admission & donations for future preservation are accepted. 

Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex

This pre-historic burial mound was built between 1000 B.C. and 100 A.D. by the Adena people! The mound is accompanied by the Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex which houses a museum and the State of West Virginia’s Archaeological Repository.
Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday from 9am-5pm. FREE admission. Mound access only available through the museum. Access is limited in winter due to inclement weather.

Prabhupada’s Palace of Gold

A Hindu temple in the hills of West Virginia. Immerse yourself in culture and ornate architecture by touring the Palace. Roam the grounds, explore the award-winning rose gardens, pet cows in the cow sanctuary, and grab a selfie with a peacock! 
Tours of the Palace are open 11am-6pm 7 days a week! Winter hours vary, please call ahead to schedule a tour.