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Make your next getaway historic!
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind getaway then come visit us. We are the home of wonderful attractions you can only find here.
This distinctive region offers unparalleled history, beautiful scenery and recreational activities for the whole family.
We have something for everyone – whether you want to relax in the country, learn about our fascinating history, go to festivals and musical events, do a little train watching, play golf, fish, shop or take a ride on the Hatfield McCoy Trails.
There’s lots more information on this site about things to do when you get here so please look around. Then come and see us.
We’ll treat you like family and give you memories that will last a lifetime.
All this and more within Williamson, Pikeville and Matewan...The tri-city Home of the Feud.
By BRUCE SCHREINER, Associated Press
Hatfields and McCoys mingle peacefully in the mountainous region where their families waged one of America's most famous feuds. Now a museum near the Kentucky-West Virginia border is showcasing artifacts bringing the struggle back to life.
The Hatfield McCoy Country Museum opened Friday in Williamson, West Virginia.
Items on display include bullets fired by the warring families, a gun found at a battle site and fragments of Randolph McCoy's cabin, destroyed by the Hatfield clan in an infamous 1888 New Year's attack, said the museum's curator, Bill Richardson.
The museum houses the largest collection of Hatfield and McCoy relics anywhere, he said.
"People who have heard about this story or seen it on television or read a book about it, they can actually see the real artifacts and documents," Richardson said. "If you want to go from fiction to fact, this is where you can do that."
Courtney Quick McCoy said she'll probably have goosebumps when she looks at relics from her family's feud with the Hatfields.
"You know that you are as close to your family as you ever could be," she said.
This beautiful metal lapel pin shows the Preacher Anderson Hatfield cabin, The McCoy Family Well, an image of the beautiful mountains of Eastern Kentucky & Southern West Virginia, A pig (of course) and a tiny birdhouse (geocache) on the tree in the yard.
There are only about 30 of these pins left so get yours today !
The perfect memento of your visit to Hatfield McCoy Feud Country !!!
Order your copy of the Mine Wars:The Coal Miners' War for Freedom. Written and Produced by Bill Richardson.
"An important story, as much a part of our heritage as the Alamo or Gettysburg" ~John Sayles, author and filmmaker
Order your copy of the Feud movie. A Film by Bill Richardson.
Did you know Devil Anse Hatfield named his first born son after a McCoy ?
Did you know Ranel McCOy was actually from West Virginia ?
Did you know Ranel and Devil fought on the same side in the Civil War ?
These adorable metal coins are about the size of a nickel and you get both the Team Hatfield and Team McCoy tags for 10.00 shipped to you.
Order yours today before they are gone and display on your key chain, a necklace or add to your collection of Pathtags :)