Luxury is: Finding the Fall Fun

For people seeking fun activities around Morgantown, West Virginia this fall, it may seem like WVU football is the only game in town, but don’t be deceived. Whether you love the arts, Halloween celebrations, outdoor adventure, or touring gorgeous homes, our town has much more to offer than touchdowns and tailgating. 

Get into the Halloween spirit 

Legends say that every October the undead walk the streets of Morgantown in a ghoulish search for living brains. This year’s Zombie Walk takes place the evening of Saturday, October 08—and you’re invited to join in the moans and groans.   

Don’t have a zombie costume? No worries, because two High Street businesses are hosting pre-walk parties (Gibbie’s Pub & Eatery and The Morgantown Art Bar) featuring make-up  and prosthetic artists, along with other fun Halloween-themed activities. You might want to make an appointment, however, as Kelcee Gregory, Ashley Durnal, and Dayla Murphy are already booking slots for total zombification. 

Although it sounds like gruesome fun, it’s all for a good cause, because the event’s organizers will accept donations of canned food for local foodbanks, before taking their own unsteady steps down High Street.  

Learn about the cultural contributions of Indigenous Appalachians  

If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about Indigenous Appalachians, WVU Libraries will present an amazing opportunity to hear from several experts on this topic. The event also includes an extensive art exhibition curated by Indigenous Appalachians and scholars of Native American Studies. The launch for this exhibit is scheduled for 7 pm on November 14, 2022, in WVU’s Downtown Library  

If you miss the physical show, don’t worry. It will also be presented digitally on the  WVU Libraries’ exhibition website and archived in WVU’s Research Repository. 

Visit a vibrant public arts sceneat your own pace 

Although there have always been plenty of talented artists living in the Morgantown area, the visibility of local arts has increased by leaps and bounds across the past two decades, due in large part to public arts projects supported by the Arts Council of Greater Morgantown . These edifying projects range from outdoor statues and murals to indoor displays in galleries, museums, libraries, and more.    

To see what our local artists have done to beautify our hometown, check out The Clio’s self-guided tours for Downtown Morgantown, Greater Morgantown, and Evansdale and Star City. 

See nature’s palette from a zipline 

If you’re looking for outdoor adventure, check out WVU’s zipline canopy tour located just 15 miles from Morgantown on the north side of Cooper’s Rock State Forest. The Adventure WV tour is comprised of 4 zip-lines, 7 tree-based platforms, an aerial bridge, aerial ladder, and a rappel station to exit the course. Thrill seekers who schedule soon can experience a breathtaking ride through all the autumnal beauty they can handle! For more information, visit Adventure West Virginia. 

Join White Diamond Realty for an Open House 

On Sunday, October 2nd, White Diamond Realty will showcase two luxury homes via Open House events hosted by our agents. The first is a 1:00 PM – 3:00 pm tour of a fully-remodeled gem in Westover, just across the river from Morgantown. The second is a 3:00 – 5:00 pm tour of a breathtaking estate home in the South Park neighborhood.  If you are looking for a luxury home in the Morgantown area, you can’t go wrong with either of these beauties, so why not make a day of it and take both tours!  

Of course, if these timeslots don’t work for you, just contact White Diamond Realty at (304) 241-7500 to arrange your own personal tour. If you’d like to hear about future Open House events from White Diamond Realty, join our mailing list. You’ll stay up-to -date on the most recent community news, market updates, and more!