Bethany Community Center which has been recently remodeled located just inside Bethany's privately owned Community Park off the intersection of Church St. and Roosevelt St. The building houses the Bethany Police Department and Town Government offices. The center is available for rental for events such as wedding receptions, family reunions, group events, etc.,
The Campbell Mansion was the home to the founder of Bethany College, Alexander Campbell and is a National Historic Landmark.
Old Main is the center of Bethany College and is also listed on The National Register of Historic Places.
Delta Tau Delta founders house.
The Old Meeting House is located at the intersection of Main St. and Church St.
The Bethany College Theater hosts regular presentations of the performing arts led by students. For ticketing and information concerning upcoming shows contact the box office at (304) 829-7124.
Bethany College cultural eventsand sporting events are generally open to the public (except when noted), ranging from classical and jazz music, to comedians, magicians, and special events such as Octoberfest.
Farmer's Market (featured on select Saturday mornings each fall) located at along Main and Ross Streets. Local fruit, produce, arts and crafts.
Fishing (trout) in Buffalo Creek which meanders in and through the Town (Castleman's Run Lake is nearby)
Hiking trail in the Parkinson Forest. The trail begins behind Pendleton Heights on campus.