It's a beautiful little town to visit. Find you a place to park and take a little stroll.
You will find Mothman!
Chief Cornstalk and Gen. Andrew Lewis.
Don't forget to visit the southside of the flood wall. There is a painted mural 150' long and 15-18' high. The scenes depict the Battle of Pt. Pleasant fought on October 10, 1774.
the Silver Bridge collapsed here on December 15, 1967.
We went to Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. It is only 4 acres in size.
There is a Mansion House Museum in the park. It is the oldest log hewn structure in the Kanawha Valley.
This obelisk was erected in honor of the Battle of Pt. Pleasant. It was the first battle of the American Revolution.
Here is a plaque on the side of the obelisk. It is in memory of Revolutionary soldiers buried in Mason County, WV. See any of your ancestors listed here?
And this was erected in honor of Chief Cornstalk. His remains are buried inside.
Here is the story of the famous chief.
For more of the sad story of Chief Cornstalk go here.
Pt. Pleasant is located on the Ohio River. It is a quaint little town. If you are ever in the area, slow down and visit for a while. You won't be sorry.
I love barns. On the way there I took a picture of this one: