When you say the word “Tamarack” in West Virginia, you’re either talking about the hearty
state pine tree — or the distinctive red-roofed emporium delightfully crammed with
Appalachian products and crafts. For shoppers, its variety includes eatable, drinkable and
wearable items, furniture, toys and knick-knacks. But that’s only part of the Tamarack Arts
and Crafts Center. There’s also live local shows, films about the state, a fine arts
gallery, craft demonstrations and botanical gardens. Conveniently located in Beckley near
the crossroads of Interstates 77 and 64, Tamarack is open year-round and admission is free.
For more information, call 88-TAMARACK or go to tamarackwv.com.