Road to the White House
Ready to join the Artifact Collections Team?
We think you’ve got what it takes to work on a special project collecting artifacts from Ohio and Indiana’s presidential sites for a special exhibit at the White House.
Up for the challenge? We’ve identified several objects belonging to Ohio presidents and first ladies. We think you have the know-how and leadership skills to help us deliver them to the White House for a big exhibition.
Heed the call of adventure by journeying on the Road to the White House! This experience will immerse you in an interactive game and adventure that plays out among interpreters, museums, and historic buildings.
2022 Game dates and deadlines coming soon!
Note: Road to the White House is an interactive game; the White House is not hosting an exhibit about Ohio Presidents and First Ladies.
Your mission, if you choose to accept it:
Once you have collected either three, five, or ten stamps - Mission Accomplished! Mail your stamped map (which will be returned to you), along with your name and address by the deadline to Fort Meigs, PO Box 3, 29100 W. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio 43552, or text a photo of your map, along with your name and address to [email protected]
Activities are geared towards middle school students, but all school-aged children can participate. Participation in this program is free; however, some sites charge admission fees. Admission rates vary from site to site. Road to the White House activities are included in the cost of each site’s admission. There is no charge for virtual activities.
Participating sites are listed below, along with their website, where you can find more information on each site’s virtual or on-site activity, hours of operation and admission rate: