Ritter Park Rose Garden
West Virginia’s nationally recognized municipal rose garden, containing 1,000 plants and noted for its All-American rose selections, has been a part of the Huntington landscape since 1934. Ritter Park’s Rose Garden currently houses around 2,000 bushes as well as many different types and colors of roses, with names such as “Queen Elisabeth,” “Moonstone,” and “St. Patrick” included in the over 200 varieties of roses. It is an accredited test garden and a favorite spot for weddings and receptions.