Historical Sites Near Me in Derwent, OH
136 South Ninth Street, Cambridge, OH
Mission: The National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. is a non-profit Ohio corporation which was founded in 1973 to establish and maintain a permanent ... Read More
805 Cumberland Street, Caldwell, OH
About Us:The Baker Family Museum is a unique and fascinating collection of various types of antiques. It is a private collection of over 300,000 pi... Read More
8850 East Pike, Norwich, OH
About The National Road, early America’s busiest land artery to the West, stretched from Cumberland, MD, to Vandalia, IL. Begun in 1806, the... Read More
142 East Main Street, McConnelsville, OH
The Morgan County Museum features original artwork by Howard Chandler Christy, local boy who made good - his famous “Christy Girls” gra... Read More
620 Military Road, Zanesville, OH
The Zanesville Museum of Art has:- Free parking- Extensive selection of Ohio glass and pottery- Works by Cezanne, Grandma Moses, Lautrec, Matisse, ... Read More
300 North Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH
Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum's mission is to serve the local community and the broader audience generated by the Museum's location in Historic Rosco... Read More
601 Front Street, Marietta, OH
Explore the story of the Ohio River and step aboard the W.P. Snyder Jr., the nation’s last intact steam-powered, stern-wheeled towboat.&... Read More
601 Second Street, Marietta, OH
About The city of Marietta, located at the confluence of the Ohio and Muskingum Rivers, is the first permanent organized settlement in the Northwe... Read More
418 Fourth Street, Marietta, OH
History:The focal point of Marietta's historic district, The Castle has been the home of some of the area's most prominent and influential citizens... Read More
400 Center Street, Dennison, OH
About The small village of Dennison, Ohio lies halfway between Columbus, OH and Pittsburgh, PA, exactly 100 miles to the east and west of these ma... Read More
206 Gilman Avenue, Marietta, OH
About Us:Just before our nation's birthday in 1976, a group of Marietta women, under the leadership of Sally Hille, organized the Bicentennial Woma... Read More
7327 Ceramic Road NE, Roseville, OH
History: The people of the Woodland Indian cultures (from 800 B.C.E.) were the first people in South East Ohio to make pottery for storing and c... Read More
325 East Iron Avenue, Dover, OH
History A new century was just beginning when Jeremiah E. Reeves moved his family into the newly remodeled home in Dover, Ohio. It was April of 1... Read More
331 Karl Avenue, Dover, OH
Our Story It all started when Ernest Warther lost his father at the age of three, in 1888, forcing him to take his first job at the age of five. I... Read More
Front Street, Killbuck, OH
The Killbuck Valley of Wayne Holmes and Coshocton counties encompasses a rich geological, biological, archaeological and historical heritage. It sh... Read More
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