WTRF.com has compiled a list of activities and events for visitors to enjoy while in the area for Super Six Championship games.
Oglebay Park has one of the largest holiday light displays in the region. Caren Knoyer, the Marketing Director for Oglebay says the resort is prepared for high traffic this weekend. They have many other festive events to enjoy aside from the lights.
"Before the lights come on there's a lot you can do at Oglebay," she says. "Of course our mansion museum is just beautifully decorated this time of year. There are 13 rooms and all of the designers have taken their time to make sure these rooms really unique for the holiday seasons."
Oglebay also has seven specialty shops where you can find unique gifts. You can catch the Light and Music Extravaganza every 20 minutes at the Good Zoo starting at 5 p.m.. Caren says the Festival of Lights will stay on until about 11 p.m. On Friday and Saturday.
There is no admission fee for the Festival of Lights, but Oglebay appreciates a $15 donation per car.
Also happening in Wheeling this weekend, the Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum will be welcoming Santa for photo opportunities from 10 am to noon on Saturday. They'll also have an exhibit on display of Disney Characters throughout the decades.
The Wheeling Nailers are playing at home Thursday at WesBanco Arena at 7 p.m. Of course there are plenty of unique shops and restaurants to check out in Center Market.