22 Things to Do in the City of Bluefield for Valentine's Day Weekend



Looking for the perfect Valentine's Day staycation? Look no further than the activities happening in the City of Bluefield.


February 11th:

  • The RailYard: Valentine's Dinner at the Clover Club is taking reservations starting at 6:30pm. For $150/couple, enjoy an edible arrangement, shared appetizer, two entrees, a shared dessert, and champagne. Call (304) 800-4141 or email cloverclub@railyardwv.com for reservations & more information.

  • Bluefield Arts Center: presents LIVE MUSIC with Cody Wickline, a contestant from Season 8 of The Voice. Cody's musical influences are George Jones, Waylon Jennings, and Hank Williams, Sr. Get tickets online here.


February 12th:

  • The Blue Spoon Cafe & Coffee: Galentine’s Brunch & Bubbly is the perfect gal-intines start from 9am-3pm. Reservations are highly encouraged -- save your spot by calling (304) 800-5160

  • Body & Skin: It's self-care season! Body & Skin is offering specials on couples massages and facials for this day only. Check out the specials here and call/text (304) 646-1333 for appointments.

  • The RailYard: Allen Smith Band LIVE upstairs at the Clover Club from 8pm-11pm.


February 13th :

  • The Vault Downtown: It's the classic Valentine's Day dinner! The Vault has specially crafted a menu and is accepting reservations from 1pm-8pm.


February 14th (Valentine's Day):

  • The Vault Downtown: It's the classic Valentine's Day dinner! The Vault has specially crafted a menu and is accepting reservations from 5pm-10pm.

  • David's Downtown: Valentine's Day Dinner Buffet from 6pm-10pm is featuring live music with Nicole Thompson (soprano), Vince Lewis (guitar), and John Sharpe (piano). The buffet is $45.95/person and reservations can be made at (304) 325-8145.

  • The Granada Theater: It's Valentine's Day the movie at 7pm! This romance/rom-com is the perfect way to relax and unwind after all the hard work you've put into Valentine's Day. Concessions such as gelato and popcorn are available. Tickets are available here or at the door.

Additional activities with your valentine all month long:

  • Baker's Hill Inn or The Bluefield Inn offers the perfect staycation opportunity to get out of the house.

  • The Empowerment Place: Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor Valerie Burrell is offering a couple's assessment for married or engaged couples to get a snapshot of relationship health. Learn more and book the service here.

  • Gary Bowling's House of Art: Located inside the former Ramsey School, take a walk through the perfectly curated gallery of local artists. Even if art isn't your "thing", this zainy gallery is sure to entertain. Located at 300 Ramsey Street and open 11am-4pm on Saturdays and by appointment on other days. Be sure to check out the One Thin Dime Museum also located in the old Ramsey School.

  • GoodyKoontz Pharmacy & Just the Thing Gift Shop: Bluefield's Yankee Candle destination is inside the Just the Thing gift shop with a variety of gift ideas. Located at 2924 E Cumberland Road and open Mon-Fri 9am-6pm and Sat 9am-5pm.

  • Heart Strings Gifts & More: Your one-stop shop for all things gifts! This is the destination for gift buying for that special someone in your life. Located at 1601 Bland Street and open 10am-5pm Tues-Fri and 10am-2pm on Saturdays.

  • Imogene & Rose Designs: Browse their selection of gifts or have Laura and her staff make you something unique! Located at 313 Federal Street and open from 10am-5pm Tues-Fri

  • Lisa's Lil Bit of Everything: Stop by this fun thrift shop! When you make a purchase, you can enter your name into a drawing for Valentine's Day goodies. Open 9:30am-3:30pm M-F and located Inside the Commerce Street Entrance to the West Virginia Manor.

  • Mountaineer Bowling Lanes: Need we say more? Challenge your valentine to a game of bowling! The Mountaineer also has a bar and kitchen. Located at 3224 E. Cumberland Road and is open late on the weekends.

  • One Thin Dime Museum: Take a walk through Bluefield's past as your walk through the original gates of the Colonial Theater's entry way. This museum is full of the unexpected and nostaligic items of Bluefield's history. In addition to the tribute for the Shamrock, there is the neon sign of a chicken riding a bicylce that used to hang above the Bluefield Drive-in. Located at 300 Ramsey Street and open 11am-4pm on Saturdays.

  • The Shopkeeper: Bluefield's newest floral shop is open for business! This new spot in the downtown is open. Give them a call at (304) 800-4724 to place an order or stop by from 9am-5pm M-F or 10am-3pm Sat. Located at 408 Bland Street.

  • Sweet ThingZ: Whatever you do, don't forget dessert! Cyndi has some of the sweetest treats in town that can be customized for your occasion. Order ahead for custom orders or drop by and select from her wide variety of treats. Located at 3140 E. Cumberland Road and open from 8am-5pm Mon-Fri and 9am-4pm Saturday.

  • Ye Olde Ugly Duckling: If you're looking for a perfectly curated collection of vintage to "go antiquing", this spot is for you. You'll never know what kind of treasures you'll find. Located at 301 Federal Street and open 11am-5pm on Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, & Sat and 1:30pm-5pm on Sundays.

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