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4 Huntington Are you looking for charming small-town hospitality or a vibrant college town with top-notch attractions restaurants shopping and culture Would you rather escape to a picturesque river city with parks and tree-lined streets or head to the heart of a Tri-State Area offering so much to see and do Huntington offers all of this and more Start your visit downtown where longtime and contemporary local shops and restaurants are situated alongside and often inside historic buildings evoking fond memories of a simpler time. Enjoy a movie outdoor concert or dinner at Pullman Square a lively retail dining and entertainment complex. Marvel at locally made arts crafts food and souvenirs at The Red Caboose in nearby Heritage Station a restored train depot-turned-shopping village that also houses the countys Visitors Center. For timeless family fun tour turn-of-the-century Heritage Farm Museum Village walk the midway at Camden Park and dig in at Jims Steak Spaghetti House where pasta is served with a side of nostalgia. Youll enjoy a soul-satisfying slice of Americana thats getting harder to find these days. No matter what time of year you visit a full lineup of festivals concerts and cultural events invites visitors to kick up their heels with the locals. And once youve been captivated by this charming river city Huntington makes a great base to explore the hidden gems of its neighboring communities. Explore the close-knit campus of Marshall University where the tragic 1970 loss of the schools entire football team inspired the uplifting Hollywood film We Are Marshall starring Matthew McConaughey. Ritter Park was voted a Top 10 Great Public Space for 2012 by the American Planning Association. 4