Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
233 Lowe Drive
Shepherdstown, WV 25443
Phone: (304) 876-7000
Fax: (304) 876-8454
233 Lowe Drive, Shepherdstown, WV, US, 25443
- Phone: (304) 876-7000
- Fax: (304) 876-8454
The Shepherdstown Opera House, one of the nation's oldest movie theatres, first begin showing films in 1909. The Opera House has gone through a renovation and reopened. Once again, the Opera House sparkles with life, using the finest projection and sound systems available to entertain a new generation with the best movies being made today.
The War Memorial Building was acquired by the Shepherdstown Men's Club in the year 1947 and given its present name, to honor the dead of the World War II. The place has been refurbished several times since then and has taken over several roles. Now, the War Memorial Building is used as an eclectic events space to conduct the meetings and events of the club. The place is also rented out for private parties and celebrations. Located at the cross junctions between the German street and King street, the place is easy to spot and reach. If you are in the city, ensure that you pay a visit here, as a mark of respect for the dead and to appreciate the beauty of the monument.
Concerts featuring artists from around the world presented in a non-smoking, family friendy venue.
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Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
This wonderful old building was selected for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. For over thirty years, this theater group has been delighting area audiences with musicals, dramas, dinner theater productions, and children's programs.
World-class auto and motorcycle racing and training courses. Open most weekends April through October.
Hosting a variety of entertainment every year, this historic venue offers performances from country artists to comedians to orchestral groups.
Under the direction of Elizabeth Schulze, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra is the tri-state region's premier professional orchestra.
A year-round venue, with shows changing every two months that offers a variety of shows, including many Broadway shows and musical comedies.