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“Discover a world of music, theater, art and science”
The Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences of West Virginia opened on July 12, 2003. The Center, a 240,000 square foot structure, houses performing arts, visual arts and sciences under one roof - one of the few of its kind in the country. Located in the state's capital city of Charleston, the facility is home to both the Avampato Discovery Museum and the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
I love the planetarium. Will go again to that for different shows. Third floor is my jam. Love admiring art. It changes out the galleries every so often, so it's worthwhile to go again and... Read more
The art section upstairs was quite disappointing. If you want to go to an art museum this is not the place for you. That said the children museum section was wonderful. Would recommend to anyone... Read more
Fun place for kids to run around for an hour. The whole second floor is closed right now. Very small but the kids enjoyed it. Didn't go the snack bar but it looked expensive. There was a big... Read more
The 240,000 square-foot building is completely dedicated to the performing arts, visual art, and the sciences. That includes the Discovery Museum, the Walker Theater, and the planetarium Electric Sky theater. Guest can tour the galleries, watch an awesome display at the Sky Theater in Mount St. Helens or experience STEAMworks, the latest science, technology, engineering, art and math gallery! Read more
Clay Center For the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia Inc
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Wed - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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