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Bluefield Travel Guide  

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Bluefield is a town in the southern part of the state of West Virginia in the USA. This town with a population of approximately 11,000 inhabitants is surrounded by the limestone valleys of the East River Mountain.
Owing to its altitude, Bluefield experiences a moderate climate, and it has thus been nicknamed ‘nature’s air-conditioned city’.
July is the warmest month with the maximum average temperature at 26.8°C. During winter, the temperature often drops below the freezing point. It rains throughout the year.
In the nineteenth century, at the peak of the coal mining industry, Bluefield was a prosperous town even referred to as Little New York. But, post the Great Depression, the town failed to earn back to its original glory.
The old route spanning the surrounding mountains has been reconstructed for the spectacular views of the valley for the visitors. Bluefield is also popular for conferences and seminars.

Area code:
0276
Time zone:
UTC+-5
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Reviews Bluefield

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Bluefield Eastern Regional Coal Archives is a historical museum which provides a wealth of information about coal mining and displays a photo collection as well as activities of the process of mining within the area. Science Center of West Virginia... more is a science technology museum with interactive displays for both adults and children. The museum gives all information about science and technology and makes them interesting for the participant. The city lies high on the Appalachian Mountains and has a temperate climate thus making it pleasant for indulging in a multitude of outdoor adventures like mountain biking, hiking, downhill skiing and more. Clifftop Camp Washington Center is a theatrical hall or company which features a number of concerts and music shows in the summer months. The Great Chestnut Lodge is the highlight here with its large log structure.
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