20 N. Plaza Blvd.
Chillicothe, OH 45601
Phone: (740) 775-3500
Fax: (740) 775-3588
The 2000-acre, restored estate of Thomas Worthington, sixth governor of Ohio and one of the state's first United States Senators, featuring many original Worthington family furnishings, five outbuildings, and formal gardens. Tours are available.
The former home of Lucy Ware Webb Hayes, the wife and First Lady of the 19th President of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes. Open April 1 through October with guided tours available.
The Grandview Cemetery is a historic cemetery located on the outskirts of Chillicothe, Ohio. Built in 1845, the cemetery has been the final resting place for a number of notable personalities such as Edwin H. Davis, the archaeologist, politician Edward Tiffin, cartoonist Noel Sickles and many more. The cemetery also provides unhindered views of the city of Chillicothe.
Genealogical library featuring books from most states, microfilm and microfiche records, Church, marriage, family records, and Ross County tombstone inscriptions on file.
The picture perfect landscape of rolling hills and trees was the model for the historic Great Seal of the State of Ohio, and is a modern day dream for hikers. Features hiking, mountain biking, camping, hunting and fishing.
This beautiful park, constructed mainly in the 1930s as one of the Civilian Conservation Corps, is situated within the nine-thousand-acre Scioto Trail Sate Forest, which is traversed by winding, ridge-top forest roads that offer inspiring views of the Scioto River Valley, and is the habitat of such thriving and, sometimes, rare wildlife, such as wild turkey, white tailed deer, bobcats and black bear. This site offers a paradisiacal retreat for hiking, nature and wildlife enthusiasts.
The ancient historic church, St. Philip's Episcopal Church was built in 1866. It is precisely located at 129 West Mound Street in Cicleville, Ohio. It is a stone building and finely exemplifies the Gothic and Tudor Revival styles of architecture. It welcomes individuals from all backgrounds, traditions and strata. It stands in the capacity of a house of prayer and the church management strives hard to work towards the spiritual and overall growth of all worshipers. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Samuel Smith House and Tannery is an eminent site in the region of Greenfield in Ohio. The house was constructed in 1821 and is a brilliant structure. It stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places and is an accurate example of a Federal style home. Also, the on-site tannery building features vintage objects that were used in the bygone era.
The Highlands Nature Sanctuary contains 2,000 acres of preserved wilderness along the historic Rocky Fork Gorge. The Appalachian Forest Museum, is open to the public and features three stunningly beautiful hiking trails through the area, as well as educational museum displays and a nature-themed gift shop featuring local artists.