Nestled in the small town of Beverly, West Virginia is the Randolph County Historical Society. Beverly is one of the first settlements west of the Alleghenies and has a rich abundance of history.
The society’s mission is to preserve the history of Randolph County and it’s people through the use of the Randolph County Museum, and three other historic features:
NEW exhibit and video “If These Walls Could Talk” in the Randolph County Museum
To learn more about the Randolph County Historical Society, visit our ABOUT page.
To learn more about the Randolph County Museum click HERE
Or, to join the effort and become a member of RCHS, click HERE
RCHS depends upon contributions for its operations. To make a (tax-deductible) donation, click the PayPal button below: