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34 Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center 925 Fourth Avenue Downtown Huntington When the heavy polished brass doors opened for the first time in 1928 the main attraction was screen star Reginald Denny in the film Good Morning Judge and the theater was second in size only to the Roxy Theater in New York City. Composed of Baroque and Renaissance elements the building is one of the most unique and ornate structures in the Tri-State. The stage is framed by a giant golden stage curtain and the ceiling is studded with stars and clouds. Today the Keith-Albee is home to the Marshall Artist Series bringing top name entertainment to the city. Madie Carroll House 304.736.1655 234 Guyan Street Huntington Mary Carroll saved her home from destruction November 11 1861 when Union troops burned most of the town of Guyandotte. She barricaded herself and children in the brick kitchen of the house. Today the house is on the National Register of Historic Places. Tours are available by appointment. Marshall University 304.696.3170 5th Avenue and Hal Greer Blvd. Celebrating 150 years of higher education MU is the second largest university in the state. Twelve colleges and schools educate an enrollment of approximately 16000. Marshall University is also the home of the exciting Thundering Herd sports. The Mountain State Mystery Train 304.529.6412 or 866.529.6412 The Mountain State Mystery Train provides year round weekend getaways. Take advantage of exceptional familygroup tour packages and fully escorted tours which include a variety of meals destinations ground shuttle and lodging. ATTRACTIONS 34