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The Greenbrier

White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

Rear view of the Greebrier

The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, has been the gathering spot for the powerful and wealthy in America since 1778 when they first began coming to "take the waters" from the sulphur spring pictured below.





Greenbrier Spring House


The white columned spring house stands as the symbol for what was then known as White Sulphur Springs the harbinger of the current luxurious resort known as The Greenbrier.



Presidents MuseumLee's cottage

The first visitors who came to bathe and drink of the health giving waters stayed in cottages, some of which still stand, the most famous being the cottage with the plaque proclaiming that Robert E. Lee stayed there. Presidents visits are memorialized in the Presidents Museum with its beautiful murals depicting the history of the Greenbrier.

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Carleton Varney was commissioned by Jim Justice to extend the "High Style of Dorothy Draper" to the new concept for the Greenbrier with its new entertainment venue and Casino Club.

The decor is stunningly vibrant with signature color giving the Greenbrier its unique flair.



Drapers Restaurant

Drapers Restaurant, overlooking the Casino Club, suits the lunch crowd with its casual ambience and colorful soda fountain.



children's storemannequins at Greenbrier

Stores line the hall from the main reception area to the rear of the Greenbrier. Juried artists display their wares in cottages near the President's museum close by.  


The reception area outside Drapers Restaurant in the basement of the Greenbrier leads directly into the Casino Club.

Waiting Area at Drapers