Archaeology Day at the Ohio History Center July 2015


Celebrate Ohio Archaeology Month with Archaeology Day at the Ohio History Center

When:   Saturday, October 24, 2015, 10 am – 4 pm
Where:  Ohio History Center
800 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, OH 43211
Cost:      Free with general admission [Adult: $10, Youth (6–12): $5, Senior (60+): $9, Member & Child (5 & under): Free.]
Contact: 614-298-2061 or [email protected] for more information

Ohio is home to some of the most important archaeological sites in North America. From the human-made heights of giant ancient American Indian earthworks to the depths of Lake Erie where shipwrecks lie, Ohio archaeology has something for everyone.   Each year, archaeological investigations in the field and lab provide new and exciting information on our archaeological heritage.  

?Come celebrate Ohio’s archaeological wonders with the Ohio History Connection! 

  • See artifacts spanning more than 10,000 years of Ohio’s storied past. ?
  • Learn from displays of ancient pottery-making and stone tool knapping.  
  • Get ‘hands-on’ with our special archaeology Fascination Stations.
  • Hear about recent research conducted in Ohio from the experts themselves.
  • Bring in your family artifacts for free identification.
  • Tour “Following in Ancient Footsteps” exhibit and be amazed by descriptions of Ohio’s magnificent earthworks.  

Join us for a fascinating day of adventure and exploration into Ohio’s archaeological past! 



Posted July 29, 2015

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