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Charleston is the largest city and state capital of West Virginia with the city having a population of 51,400 according to the 2010 census. It is a fairly small city that can be toured within a day. It is located along the banks of the Elk River and the Kanawha River which provide residents with plenty of outdoor activities. Charleston also contains numerous parks which include the Cato Park, Coonskin Park and the Kanawha State Forest that add even more outdoor recreational activities.
Charleston’s Culture Center is one of the favorite destinations of both tourists and residents alike as it contains a hugely diverse selection of activities. Located within the State Capitol grounds, the Culture Center is a collection of historical, cultural and artistic representations of West Virginia. It contains a the West Virginia State Museum that pays tribute to the heritage of the state. It also has a theatre, and several galleries that hold plenty of art exhibitions and competitions throughout the year. The grounds of the Culture Center also serve as a venue for festivals and other big events, including the Mountain Stage, a two-hour live performance radio program that showcases numerous musical talents from all types of genre.
The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences is yet another one of Charleston’s endeavor in promoting the visual and performing arts and sciences. It houses the Avampato Discovery Museum which contains the ElectricSky Theatre. It is also home to the West Virginia Symphony. The Clay Center holds the Walker Theater and the Maier Foundation Performance Hall which is known for its superb acoustic systems.
Another must-visit is the Charleston Civic Center, a complex of buildings which cost $2.5 million to build in 1959 and now consists of three main structures – the Civic Center Coliseum, The Little Theater and the Charleston Convention Center, which was the original arena when it was built. An ice rink was added during the renovations in 1964, and the new coliseum was built in another major construction in 1976 which cost the city a general obligation bond sale amounting to $10 million.
The Civic Center Coliseum which has a 13,000 seating capacity has been host to several sporting events and major school events of the city. Meanwhile, the Little Theater, which seats 750, hosts performances of the Charleston Light Opera Guild throughout the year and the Grand Hall is the venue for exhibitions, annual fairs and festivals.
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