is the easternmost suburb of Huntington and is primarily
residential areas. The new Guyandotte Elementary
School is centrally locatedl.
Guyandotte is rich in area history, with the oldest church of
Huntington located in Guyandotte. The Guyandotte United Methodist
Church has had its doors open since 1804. Although the original
building was used as a supply depot during the Civil War by
the Confederates, and was eventually burned down in 1861 by
the Union Army. Another structure was erected on the same site
in 1869-1870 and still is used today.
to the area include the historical Madie Carroll House, the
annual event- " Guyandotte Days," the Masonic Temple and
the Guyandotte Public Library. Guyandotte
is the location for the Civil War Days Re-enactment Celebration
each year during "Guyandotte Days." People come from
all around to participate in these activities.