CVB Donates to Downtown Tour

CVBWe are excited to announce that Main Street Morgantown has received a generous $5,000 donation from the Greater Morgantown Convention & Visitors Bureau. The donation will contribute to MSM’s efforts to upgrade the Historic Downtown Morgantown Audio Walking Tour.


Read more MSM’s plans for upgrading the tour here.

Read about why the tour is important to Downtown Morgantown’s economy here.

Read more about the tour’s presence on social media here.

Read more about Morgantown Magazine‘s article about the tour here.

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Downtown Tour Featured in Morgantown Magazine

morg magHave you picked up the latest edition of Morgantown Magazine? If not, make certain that you alleviate that issue immediately because you don’t want to miss the June/July edition.

Courtney DePottey, a Morgantown Magazine intern, and Elizabeth Roth, the Morgantown Magazine web manager and photographer, both stopped by Main Street Morgantown’s office in April to talk about the Historic Downtown Morgantown Audio Walking Tour with MSM’s AmeriCorps member. “Excavating Morgantown,” on pages 20-21 of the June/July edition, was the result of this conversation.

The article highlights a few of the writer’s favorite tidbits from the tour, including the story of practical jokester Dr. James Cox and the great Morgantown hog debate of the 1830s, while also discussing updates to the tour, which MSM’s AmeriCorps member is working to execute. These facts are accompanied by beautiful photographs of Downtown Morgantown, which, when combined, paint a picture of both the tour and what the article refers to as Morgantown’s “quirky” history.

Pick up a copy of Morgantown Magazine today to read more about the tour, or stop by the Hotel Morgan to take the tour yourself.


Follow the Historic Downtown Morgantown Audio Walking Tour on Facebook and Twitter.

Keeping Up with the Tour

Tour LogoWe are excited to announce that the Historic Downtown Morgantown Audio Walking Tour is now on social media!

Are you interested in learning more about Morgantown’s history? How about the progress we are making on updating the tour?

Then “like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DowntownMorgantownTour and follow us on Twitter @DwntwnMorgTour