city in Roane County, West Virginia, USA
- Robey Theatre, 318 Main Street, ☏ . The longest continually-operating movie house in the US, opened in 1907 as a vaudeville house and showing movies since 1908. One screen. $5 general admission, $7 balcony.
- Spencer Heritage Park, Church St and Heritage St, ☏ . Housed in an old Baltimore & Ohio Railroad depot, with late 19th and early 20th century tools, printing press, World War I memorabilia, restored 1920 school house, early 1900s oil derrick, and Baltimore & Ohio caboose.
- Charles Fork Lake. Off WV-36. Fishing, canoeing, and over 25 miles of hiking and biking trails. Hosts the Aquafina Tour de Lake Mountain Bike Race every May.
- West Virginia Black Walnut Festival, 116 Court Street, ☏ . Held during four days beginning on the second Thursday in October since 1954. The festival was begun when a local farmer sold two million pounds of black walnuts, inspiring the region to cultivate them as a cash crop. Grand parade, kid's parade, art and photography show, competitions, pageant, exhibits and flower show, live music, gospel sing, food booths, carnival.
- Common Cents and Vanity Consignment, 215 Main Street. M-Sa 10AM-5PM, most Sundays noon-3PM. One of the largest consignment stores in West Virginia, with over 5,000 square feet. Clothing, household items, antiques, furniture and wallpaper.
- Times Record, 210 E Main St, ☏ . The local newspaper.
- La Finca Mexican Grill, 1158 Ripley Road, 304-519-2502. Savory fajitas.
- Grandview Motel, 1158 Ripley Road, ☏ .
Bed and BreakfastsEdit
- Cunningham House, 224 Chapman Avenue, ☏ . 4 rooms. Historic home, built in 1900 and opened as a B&B in 1998. Fireplace, wraparound porch, dining room. $84 - 104.
- Ripley is about 40 minutes west on US-33.
- Charleston is about 1 hour south on US-119 / I-79.
- Weston is about 1½ hours east on US-33.
|Routes through Spencer|
|Columbus ← Athens ← Jct N S ←||W E||→ Weston → Harrisonburg|