The Berkeley Springs Film Festival (BSFF) is held the first weekend in October every year in Berkeley Springs West Virginia. Enjoy independent films on an extensive variety of subjects. Some are short films under 20 minutes long, while others are feature-length films. These festivals provide a venue where filmmakers can see their works on a big screen, receive audience feedback and attend seminars to improve their craft, and compete for awards and prizes.
Location: The Star Theatre
Phone Number: 410-829-6749
The Berkeley Springs Studio Tour features local artist studios for two days annually in the fall since 1986. Tour local artist studios for two days annually in the fall since 1986.
2023 dates are October 21 & October 22. 10am-5pm
Featuring works by a collection of artists. Gallery features, pottery, fused and stained glass, forged iron sculpture, and more. Join one of Veronica’s classes and bring home a finished piece or more to share with your friends and family.
Fridays @2pm and @4:30pm
Saturdays @ 10am and @2pm
Location: 82 Powerline Ln
Hours: Fri & Sat 10-5; Sun Noon-3 Apr-Dec. Weekdays or winter by appointment or chance.
Phone Number: 304-258-3541
A working studio and gallery showing the award-winning paintings and prints by Jonathan and Jan Heath. Visitors may see Jonathan at his easel working on a painting or Jan using her etching press to print a linocut.
Location: 327 North Washington St
Hours: Saturdays 11-5 and Sundays 11-4, also by appointment or by chance.
Phone Number: 304-258-9840
Phone Number: 304-258-2300
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Berkeley Springs has accumulated many top art town titles. The exciting art scene has at its heart the Ice House, a community art center, home to the award-winning Morgan Arts Council (MAC) and staging area for concerts, theater, a co-op gallery and changing gallery shows.
Phone Number: 304-867-3073
The Morgan County WV Historical & Genealogical Society is a group dedicated to preserving the history and genealogy of Morgan County WV. It can located at the Public Library.
The Museum of the Berkeley Springs is housed on the second floor of the 1815 Roman Bath House in Berkeley Springs State Park, the oldest public building in the historic town.
Through its exhibits, publications, and activities, the Museum showcases the story of the famous warm mineral springs and their continuing impact on the life and people around them.
Original music spanning roots to contemporary