Chester, West Virginia

World's Largest Teapot, Chester, West Virginia, Hancock County, Northern Panhandle Region
World’s Largest Teapot

Chester, West Virginia (WV), a community in Hancock County, is located across the Ohio River from East Liverpool, Ohio. It is the northernmost city in West Virginia. Though often considered a southern state, West Virginia is only 100 miles south of Lake Erie here. The Chester Teapot, held to be the world’s largest teapot, is located near the highway US-33 bridge over the Ohio. The Mountaineer Racetrack & Resort is located three miles west of Chester. 

Lodging near Chester, West Virginia

Chester (WV) Lodging

Points of Interest

Tomlinson Run State Park and the Hillcrest Wildlife Management Area are located roughly six miles to the south.

Location

The city is located on highway WV-2 approximately 20 miles north of Weirton, West Virginia, two miles west of Newell, West Virginia, and 12 miles northeast of the county seat at New Cumberland, West Virginia.

Map of Chester, West Virginia

Regional Information

The city is in the Northern Panhandle Region in northern West Virginia.

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