The mansion and the grounds are important due to the role Thomas Worthington played in the history of Ohio through his public service.
The Campus Martius Museum highlights migration in Ohio's history. The museum is on the site of the fortification built by the Ohio Company of Associates, as their headquarters, in 1788 when they founded the first organized American settlement in the Northwest Territory.
Fort Meigs, named after then governor Return J. Meigs, Jr. was a massive installation enclosing almost ten acres and containing seven defensive blockhouses, five artillery batteries, two powder magazines, storehouses, a well, and a series of defensive mounds called traverses, which protected the soldiers against artillery bombardment.
John Johnston's numerous contributions to the growth of early Ohio and settlement of frontier America are presented in a truly unique and beautiful setting.
A re-created mid nineteenth century Ohio town.
Marietta, Ohio is proud of its riverboat heritage and at the Ohio River Museum visitors can discover the golden age of the steamboat, and learn more about the ecology of the Ohio River system.
Schoenbrunn, founded in 1772 as a Moravian mission among the Delaware Indians, was the first Christian settlement in Ohio.
A Tallmadge committee of seven men developed plans for building the church in 1819 and appointed one of their members, Lemuel Porter, as the architect and builder. Tallmadge Church raising began in July of 1822 It was dedicated on September 8, 1825.