Things to Do
1) Take a ride on the Personal Rapid Transit System (PRT), our electronic people-mover. Guests can take the PRT between campuses for only 50 cents. The service is free for WVU students.
2) Grab some Mountaineer gear at the WVU Bookstore.
3) Check out a Mountaineer sporting event. In the summer, you can catch a West Virginia Black Bears minor-league baseball game at the new Monongalia County Ballpark.
4) Walk downtown to shop or dine in one of Morgantown's local small businesses, including over 30 restaurants to satisfy your craving for Thai, Middle Eastern, American cuisine and more.
5) Browse the galleries in the new Art Museum of WVU.
6) Take in the breathtaking views at the overlook at Coopers Rock State Forest.
7) Snag a ticket to a performance at the Creative Arts Center (CAC), which includes student-produced and even Broadway performances.
8) Stroll, cycle or rollerblade along the Caperton Trail that runs alongside the Monongahela River.
9) Learn about Morgantown's colorful past at the Morgantown History Museum, located downtown.
10) Explore WVU's Core Arboretum, a 91-acre tract of hillside and bottomland near WVU's Coliseum featuring diverse tree varieties and three miles of foot trails.