Martinsburg Roundhouse | 100 Liberty Street | Martinsburg | West Virginia

The Center includes 13 acres with three B&O Railroad shop buildings. The main attraction is the completely enclosed 1866 cast iron frame roundhouse. It is situated along 1,000 feet of the Tuscarora Creek. The B & O Railroad shops operated until 1988. This site was active early in the Civil War and was the site of the first National Labor Strike of 1877.

The Roundhouse will be closed for the Winter Season after 3pm December 17, 2016. We plan on reopening March 5, 2017. Private tours can be arranged. Cost is $35 for two and $5 for each additional person. Please call the Visitors Center at 304.264.8801 for information.



Calling all Artists and Photographers, Sculptors & Inventive Imagineers.   The Martinsburg Roundhouse, in cooperation with the Berkeley Arts Council will be open specifically for artists on Sunday August 14th, between 9 A.M. and 5 P,.M. Come spend the day



Though still a bit rustic, the historic Roundhouse can be rented for many different types of events. A little imagination and you can hold your event where “Stonewall” Jackson started his raid in 1861 or where the first labor strike