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Belmont County Tourism Council would like to assist you with planning your Belmont County Tourism Council would like to assist you with planning your next group tour. Our office, which is located in the Ohio Valley Mall, maintains next group tour. Our office, which is located in the Ohio Valley Mall, maintains necessary tourist information as well as recreational, cultural and tourist relatnecessary tourist information as well as recreational, cultural and tourist related activities. The office is also responsible for advertising attractions and ed activities. The office is also responsible for advertising attractions and events that take place in the county. events that take place in the county. We prepare, print and distribute brochures, pamphlets and booklets promotWe prepare, print and distribute brochures, pamphlets and booklets promoting Belmont County. The Belmont County Tourism Council also distributes ing Belmont County. The Belmont County Tourism Council also distributes grants annually to qualifying attractions and events that promote tourism. grants annually to qualifying attractions and events that promote tourism. The staff is responsible for studying the needs for improvement of the county’s The staff is responsible for studying the needs for improvement of the county’s tourism, attending conferences, and participating in expos that promote our tourism, attending conferences, and participating in expos that promote our county. We carry on all such duties as may be necessary to promote tourist county. We carry on all such duties as may be necessary to promote tourist related activities in Belmont County. related activities in Belmont County.

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40 On two-county tour includes stops in both Belmont and 40 On 40 40 -- This This two-county tour includes stops in both Belmont and Guernsey counties. This customizable tour offers plenty of history, sight-seeing, Guernsey counties. shopping and dining.This customizable tour offers plenty of history, sight-seeing, shopping and dining.

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Back 2 two-day trip can include your choice of activities at Back 2 NatureNature- This This two-day trip can include your choice of activities at Raven Rocks, Barkcamp State Park, Zion Retreat & RV Park, Dysart Woods, Raven Rocks, Piedmont BarkcampLake. State Option Park, Zion Retreat & Park, Dysart Egypt Valley, for ziplining atRV Adventure Creek.Woods, Egypt Valley, Piedmont Lake. Option for ziplining at Adventure Creek.

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There are numerous lodging Built America”. This customizable tour offers plenty of history, Built America”. This customizable tour offers plenty of history, sight-seeing, shopping and dining. There are numerous lodging Built America”. This customizable tour offers plenty of history, choices in theshopping area as well. In Belmont County, Route 40 lodging begins at sight-seeing, and dining. There are numerous sight-seeing, and dining. There are choices in theshopping area as well. Belmont County, Route 40 lodging begins at sight-seeing, shopping andIn dining. There are numerous numerous lodging Bridgeport and runs 28.5 miles to the western edge of the countyat choices in the area as well. In Belmont County, Route 40 choices well. In County, Route begins Bridgeport andarea runsas 28.5 miles to the western of 40 thebegins countyat choices in in the the area as well. In Belmont Belmont County,edge Route 40 begins at at Fairview. It intersects with State Route 7 which is part of the Ohio River Scenic Bridgeport and runs 28.5 miles to the western edge of the county Bridgeport and runs 28.5 miles to the western edge of the at Fairview. and It intersects Route 7 which is of part the Ohio River Scenic Bridgeport runs 28.5with milesState to the western edge theofcounty county Byway, another National Scenic Byway. at Fairview. It intersects with State Route 7 which is part of the Ohio River Scenic at It with Route Byway, another National Scenic Byway. at Fairview. Fairview. It intersects intersects with State State Route 77 which which is is part part of of the the Ohio Ohio River River Scenic Scenic Byway, another National Scenic Byway. Byway, another National Scenic Byway. Byway, National Byway. The Fat another Apple, 225 Main Scenic St. Bridgeport. The Fat Apple, 225 Main St. Bridgeport. The Fat Apple is 225 a chocolate shop, bakery and candy The Fat Apple, Main St. Bridgeport. The Fat Apple, Main St. Bridgeport. The Apple is 225 a225 chocolate shop, bakery and candy TheFat Fat Apple, Main St. Bridgeport. store. Hours: W-Sat. 10-6 Closed Sun-Tues. The Fat Apple is a chocolate shop, bakery and candy The Fat Apple is a chocolate shop, bakery and(740-298candy store. Hours: W-Sat. 10-6 Closed Sun-Tues. (740-298The Fat Apple is a chocolate shop, bakery candy 6770 rhodes506@comcast.net ). Street and and parking lot store. Hours: W-Sat. 10-6 Closed Sun-Tues. (740-298store. Hours: W-Sat. 10-6 Closed Sun-Tues. (740-2986770 rhodes506@comcast.net ). Street and parking lot store. Hours: W-Sat. 10-6 Closed Sun-Tues. (740-298parking. 6770 rhodes506@comcast.net ). Street and parking lot 6770 parking. 6770 rhodes506@comcast.net rhodes506@comcast.net ).). Street Street and and parking parking lot lot parking. parking. parking. Vino Di Piccin Winery & Tasting House 55155 NaVino DiPiccin PiccinWinery Winery& &Tasting TastingHouse House 55155 NaVino di tional Rd., Lansing, OH& 43934. (740) 738-0261. 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Wine tasting fee $5.00 per adult. a374-8306. tour of the bottling house where the wine-making process Wine tasting fee $5 per adult. This stop can include 374-8306. Wine tasting fee $5 per adult. This stop can include aThis tourstop of the bottling where the wine-making process 374-8306. Wine tasting feeof $5the perbottling adult. This stop can include can include ahouse tour house where the can be of seen. a tour of the bottling house where the wine-making process a tour the bottling house where the wine-making process can be seen. a tour of the bottling house where the wine-making process wine-making process can be seen. can be seen. can seen. can be be seen. Hill “S” Bridge Pasko Road 1828 Blaine 1828 Blaine Hill “S” Bridge Pasko Road Bridgeport, 43912 1828 Blaine OH Hill “S” Bridge Pasko Road 1828 Hill “S” Bridge Pasko Road Bridgeport, OH 43912 1828 Blaine Blaine Hillon “S” Bridge PaskoBicentennial Road Enjoy your walk Ohio’s Official Bridge and Ohio’s oldest bridge and Bridgeport, OH 43912 Bridgeport, OH 43912 Enjoy your walk on Ohio’s Official Bicentennial Bridge and Ohio’s oldest bridge and Bridgeport, OH 43912 longest “S” bridge. The bridge is on the original section ofand theOhio’s Historic National Road Enjoy your walk on Ohio’s Official Bicentennial Bridge oldest bridge and Enjoy your walk on Ohio’s Official Bicentennial Bridge oldest bridge and longest “S” bridge. The bridge is on the original section theOhio’s Historic National Road Enjoy your walk on Ohio’s Official Bicentennial Bridgeofand and Ohio’s oldest bridge and as it continued into the Ohio lands in 1826-1828. longest “S” bridge. 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It is the it the American Revolution, and WWI convoys itit in in the American Revolution, and WWI convoys carried men and supplies over the bridge. It is the in the American Revolution, and WWI convoys largest and last remaining structure of its kind on carried men and supplies over the bridge. It is the carried men and supplies over the bridge. It is the largest and last remaining structure of its kind carried men and supplies over the bridge. It is on the the entire 6 state Historic National Road system. largest and last remaining structure of its kind on largest and last remaining structure of its kind on the entire 6 state Historic National Road system. largest and last remaining structure of its kind on the entire entire 6 state Historic Historic National Road Road system. the the entire 66 state state Historic National National Road system. system.

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Mehlman’s Mehlman’s Cafeteria. Cafeteria. www.mehlman.com. www.mehlman.com. 51800 51800 National National Rd. Rd. E., E., St. St. Clairsville, Clairsville, OH (740) 695-1000. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed OH (740) 695-1000. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Mondays. Mondays. Opened Opened in in 1966, 1966, Mehlman’s Mehlman’s Cafeteria Cafeteria has has been been serving serving traditional traditional American American food food for for lunch and dinner. There is ample parking and groups are welcome. Take-out and lunch and dinner. There is ample parking and groups are welcome. Take-out and dedelivery also also offered. offered. Handicap Handicap accessible. accessible. livery Undo’s West, West, 51130 51130 National National Rd., Rd., St. St. Clairsville, Clairsville, OH. OH. (740) (740) 695-8888. 695-8888. Undo’s www.undos.com. www.undos.com. Started Started in in 1953, 1953, Undo’s Undo’s is is aa family-owned family-owned restaurant restaurant that that specialspecializes in Italian and American cuisine. Handicap accessible. Hours: 4 p.m.-12 izes in Italian and American cuisine. Handicap accessible. Hours: 4 p.m.-12 a.m. a.m. MMTH and and 4 4 p.m. p.m. – –2 2 a.m. a.m. Fri. Fri. & & Sat. Sat. and and Sun. Sun. 12-8 12-8 p.m. p.m. TH The The Ohio Ohio Valley Valley Mall Mall and and Ohio Ohio Valley Valley Mall Mall Plaza Plaza also offer a variety of dining options with also offer a variety of dining options with bus bus parking. parking. ohiovalleymall.net ohiovalleymall.net

Downtown Downtown St. St. Clairsville Clairsville Walking Walking Tour Tour (Belmont County Heritage (Belmont County Heritage Museum, Museum, National National Road Road Marker, Belmont Belmont County County Courthouse. Courthouse. This This stop stop includes includes Marker, aa tour tour of of Heritage Heritage Museum Museum with with local local historians historians to to highlight highlight the the history history and and architecarchitecture of the city. Time for shopping/dining downtown. ture of the city. Time for shopping/dining downtown. Belmont County County Heritage Heritage Museum Museum -- 101 101 E. E. Main Main St., St., St St Clairsville, Clairsville, OH OH 43950. 43950. Call Call Belmont Cathryn Cathryn Stanley Stanley 740-695-4359. 740-695-4359. Not Not handicap handicap accessible. accessible. Info@visitbelmontcounty.com. Info@visitbelmontcounty.com. for for additional additional hours hours and and information. information. Great Great Western Western Schoolhouse Schoolhouse – – Costumed Costumed docent. docent. Games Games and and authentic experience. experience. Catered Catered lunches lunches available. available. Not Not handicap handicap authentic accessible. accessible. The The Great Great Western Western School School located located just just west west of of St. St. Clairsville in Belmont County on Ohio University Eastern Clairsville in Belmont County on Ohio University Eastern Campus, Campus, was was built built in in 1870 1870 by by the the Clark Clark Construction Construction CompaCompany. The bricks for the school were hand-kilned ny. The bricks for the school were hand-kilned from from clay clay taktaken from from the the banks banks of of the the farm farm pond pond located located at at the the bottom bottom of of the the hill hill from from the the school. school. en 2020 2020 marks marks the the school’s school’s 150th 150th anniversary. anniversary. Morristown Morristown Historic Historic District District –A –A member member of Morristown Morristown Historic Historic Preservation Preservation of Society Society to to speak speak about about efforts efforts to to save save the the Black Horse Inn and how Morristown Black Horse Inn and how Morristown is is one one of the best-preserved examples of a Pike of the best-preserved examples of a Pike Town. Town. MHPA MHPA received received aa 2013 2013 Milestone Milestone Award from from the the Ohio Ohio National National Road Road AssociAssociAward ation ation for for its its efforts efforts to to acquire acquire and and restore restore the the Black Black Horse Horse Inn,. Inn,. Download Download the the Historic Historic Morristown Morristown Walking Walking Tour Tour at at www.morristownohio.org/preservation-association. www.morristownohio.org/preservation-association. The Vestry, Vestry, 211 211 Church Church St., St., Morristown, Morristown, OH. OH. 740-391-0030. 740-391-0030. Contact Contact person: person: Lisa Lisa The Butler, vestry4@yahoo.com vestry4@yahoo.com.. This This former former church church offers offers aa quaint quaint gathering gathering place place locatlocatButler, ed ed in in Historic Historic Morristown, Morristown, Ohio. Ohio. The The Pike Pike 40 40 for for catering. catering. (41010 (41010 National National Rd.) Rd.) For For information information on on the the Guernsey Guernsey County County stops, stops, contact contact Dixie Dixie Wyler, Wyler, sales sales manager manager at Cambridge Cambridge /Guernsey /Guernsey County County Visitor Visitor & & Convention Convention Bureau Bureau at at at


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Belmont County County Victorian Victorian Mansion Mansion Museum Museum Belmont

532 N. N. Chestnut ChestnutSt. St.Barnesville, Barnesville, OH OH 43713 43713 532 43713 532 N. Chestnut St. Barnesville, OH 740-695-4359 740-695-4359 Visitors of all ages thrill to the splendor and elegance of Visitors of of all all ages ages thrill thrill to to the the splendor splendor and and elegance elegance of of Visitors thisaward-winning award-winning mansion. mansion. Built Built for for John Johnand and Sarah Sarah this award-winning mansion. Built for John and Sarah this Bradfield in inthe the Romanesque Romanesque style style and and was wascompleted completed in in Bradfield in the Romanesque style and was completed in Bradfield 1893. Twenty-six Twenty-sixrooms roomsare are skillfully skillfullyrestored restored and and furfur1893. Twenty-six rooms are skillfully restored and fur1893. nished with withthe the finest finest of ofthe the Victorian Victorianera. era. Superbly Superbly nished with the finest of the Victorian era. Superbly nished carved oak fretwork, butternut and hand-carved wood carved oak fretwork, butternut and hand-carved carved oak fretwork, butternut and hand-carved wood wood mantels are just a few of the finely crafted features inmantels are just a few of the finely crafted features mantels are just a few of the finely crafted features ininside. Over a century ago a great architect worked with side. Over a century ago a great architect worked with side. Over a century ago a great architect worked with gifted craftsmen craftsmenof ofthe the day dayfrom from1888 1888 through through1893 1893to to create createthis this fine fine mansion. mansion. It regifted gifted craftsmen of the day from 1888 through 1893 to create this fine mansion. ItIt reremained in the Bradfield family until 1966 when the Belmont County Historical Sociemained in the Bradfield family until 1966 when the Belmont County Historical Sociemained in the Bradfield family until 1966 when the Belmont County Historical Societyacquired acquired the the property propertyand and established established aaa museum. museum. Guided Guided tours toursare are conducted conducted May May ty ty acquired the property and established museum. Guided tours are conducted May through October 1, Wednesday through Sunday, from 1-4 p.m. Open May–Sept., 111through October 1, Wednesday through Sunday, from 1-4 p.m. Open May–Sept., through October 1, Wednesday through Sunday, from 1-4 p.m. Open May–Sept., Wed.– Sun., Sun., 1–4 1–4 p.m. p.m. or or by byappointment appointment all allyear. year. “Magic “Magic of ofChristmas” Christmas” Tours Toursheld held Wed.– Sun., 1–4 p.m. or by appointment all year. “Magic of Christmas” Tours held Wed.– Nov.-Jan. The The Bradfield Bradfield and and Watts Wattsfamilies familieswho who occupied occupied the the mansion mansionwere were promipromiNov.-Jan. The Bradfield and Watts families who occupied the mansion were promiNov.-Jan. nent in inthe the banking, banking, agriculture agriculture and and mining mining industry. industry. Group Group rates ratesavailable. available. nent in the banking, agriculture and mining industry. Group rates available. nent

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Located nearby nearby at at 202 202 N. N. Chestnut Chestnut St., St., is theBarnesville Barnesville Antique Antique Mall. Mall. This This Located nearby at 202 N. Chestnut St., isisthe the Barnesville Antique Mall. This Located family-owned store store offers offersthree three floors floorsof ofantiques antiquesand and collectibles. collectibles. Hours Hoursare are family-owned store offers three floors of antiques and collectibles. Hours are family-owned Tuesday –Sunday, –Sunday,888 a.m. a.m. to to5 p.m.Closed Closed Monday. Monday. Visit Visit Tuesday –Sunday, a.m. to 55p.m. p.m. Closed Monday. Visit Tuesday www.barnesvilleantiquemall.comcall call740-425-2435 740-425-2435 for formore more information. information. www.barnesvilleantiquemall.com call 740-425-2435 for more information. www.barnesvilleantiquemall.com

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Dining options optionsin inBarnesville Barnesville include: include: Main MainStreet Street Barrel BarrelHouse, House, 137 137 E. E.Main Main Dining options in Barnesville include: Main Street Barrel House, 137 E. Main Dining St. Newest Bistro & Bar in historical downtown Barnesville that offers a family St. Newest Bistro & Bar in historical downtown Barnesville that offers a family St. Newest Bistro & Bar in historical downtown Barnesville that offers a family atmosphere, entertainment, entertainment, and and aaarelaxing relaxing place place to to enjoy enjoy food food and anddrinks drinkswhile while atmosphere, atmosphere, entertainment, and relaxing place to enjoy food and drinks while having a good time. Hours: M, 11-10; Th., 11-11; F& Sat. 11-1; Sun., 11-10. having a good time. Hours: M, 11-10; Th., 11-11; F& Sat. 11-1; Sun., 11-10. having a good time. Hours: M, 11-10; Th., 11-11; F& Sat. 11-1; Sun., 11-10. Closed Tues. Tues. & & Wed. Wed. Call Call(740) (740) 619-0591. 619-0591. Closed Closed Tues. & Wed. Call (740) 619-0591. AnnieK’s K’sis family-owned restaurant restaurant offering offering breakfast, breakfast, lunch lunch and anddinner. dinner. Annie Annie K’s isis aaafamily-owned family-owned restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. They have daily specials and homemade desserts. There is ample parking and They have daily specials and homemade desserts. There is ample parking They have daily specials and homemade desserts. There is ample parking and and groups are welcome. Handicap accessible. Hours: M-Th, 8 6.; F– 8-8; Sat., 8– 3. 3. groups are welcome. Handicap accessible. Hours: M-Th, 8 6.; F– 8-8; Sat., groups are welcome. Handicap accessible. Hours: M-Th, 8 - 6.; F– 8-8; Sat., 8– 8– 3. Closed Sunday. 787 E. Main St. (740) 425-3456. Closed Sunday. 787 E. Main St. (740) 425-3456. Closed Sunday. 787 E. Main St. (740) 425-3456.


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Visit this unusual building that served as740-695-4359 740-695-4359 400 OH 400North NorthSt., St.,Barnesville. Barnesville. OH43713 43713 offices forunusual the Wattbuilding Car & Wheel Co., as Visit this that served founded in unusual 1863. Discover unique offices for the Watt Car & six Wheel Co., as Visit building that served Visitthis this unusual building that served as vaults, original wood paneling, many lovely founded in Discover unique offices the Car Wheel Co., officesfor for1863. theWatt Watt Car&&six Wheel Co., tin ceiling designs, and a steam that vaults, original wood paneling, many lovely founded in Discover six unique founded in1863. 1863. Discover sixwhistle unique was usedoriginal todesigns, signalwood the locallovely tin ceiling andweather a steamfor whistle that vaults, paneling, many vaults, original wood paneling, many lovely communities. The company was known the world for nearly a century, was used to signal the weather for local tin ceiling designs, and a steam whistle that tin ceiling designs, and a steam whistlethroughout that not only for the production of mine cars and self-oiling butnearly also for ore communities. The company was known throughout thewheels, world for a century, was used to signal the weather for local was used to signal the weather for local and rail cars and fabricated longwall mining equipment. not only for the production of mine cars and self-oiling wheels, but also for ore communities. The company was known throughout the world for nearly a century, communities. The company was known throughout the world for nearly a century, Explore displays featuring nuggets of local history and small-town retail business. and cars fabricated mining not only for the of self-oiling notrail only forand theproduction productionlongwall ofmine minecars carsand andequipment. self-oilingwheels, wheels,but butalso alsofor forore ore Exhibits periodically. One ofofthe current exhibits highlights native Elisha Explore displays featuring nuggets local history and small-town retail business. and cars fabricated longwall mining equipment. andrail railchange carsand and fabricated longwall mining equipment. Gray, whose many patents included telephone prototype. The museum also hosts Exhibits change periodically. One ofaof the current exhibits highlights native Elisha Explore displays featuring nuggets local history and retail business. Explore displays featuring nuggets of local history andsmall-town small-town retail business. historical presentations, art exhibits, and art classes in many mediums. Donations Gray, whose many patents included a telephone prototype. The museum also hosts Exhibits change periodically. One the exhibits native Elisha Exhibits change periodically. Oneof of thecurrent current exhibitshighlights highlights native Elisha appreciated. Open May–Sept. by appointment by calling (740) 425-1497. historical presentations, art exhibits, and art classes in many mediums. Donations Gray, whose many patents included a telephone prototype. The museum also Gray, whose many patents included a telephone prototype. The museum alsohosts hosts Groups welcome. parking. appreciated. OpenAmple May–Sept. by appointment by calling (740)mediums. 425-1497. historical presentations, art and ininmany Donations historical presentations, artexhibits, exhibits, andart artclasses classes many mediums. Donations Groups welcome. Ample parking. appreciated. Open May–Sept. by appreciated. Open May–Sept. byappointment appointmentby bycalling calling(740) (740)425-1497. 425-1497. Groups Groupswelcome. welcome.Ample Ampleparking. parking.

Underground Railroad Museum Underground Museum 121 High Street Railroad Flushing, OH 43977 Underground Railroad Museum Underground Railroad Museum 121 High Street Flushing, OH 43977

The Underground Railroad Museum features 121 High Flushing, HighStreet Street Flushing,OH OH43977 43977 an extensive collection of121 publications, books, The Underground Railroad Museum features memorabilia and other articles. The museum The Underground Railroad Museum features an extensive collection of publications, books, The Underground Railroad Museum features The Underground Railroad Museum features was founded in 1993 by the late Dr. John Matan extensive collection of publications, memorabilia and other articles. The museum anextensive extensive collection collection of of publications, publications,books, books, an tox and his late wife, Rosalind to preserve the memorabilia other The museum was founded inand 1993 by the latearticles. Dr. Matmemorabilia and other articles. TheJohn museum books, memorabilia andarticles. other The past for future The exhibits porwas founded in 1993 by late Mattox and hiswas lategenerations. to preserve the museum founded inthe 1993 byDr. theJohn late was founded inwife, 1993Rosalind by the late Dr. John Mattray what is known about slavery and the Underground Railroad in Ohio, and tox and his late wife, Rosalind to preserve past for future generations. The exhibits porDr. Mattox and his wife, Rosalind to the toxJohn and his late wife, Rosalind to preserve the presents an understanding of the culture in the 1800’s. Much of the information past for future generations. The exhibits portray is about slavery and the porUnderground Railroad in Ohio, andand preserve theknown past for future generations. The pastwhat for future generations. The exhibits artifacts Mattox has gathered came from local sources. tray isis known about slavery and ininmuseum Ohio, presents an understanding of the about culture in theUnderground 1800’s. Mattox MuchRailroad ofand thethe information and exhibits portray what is known slavery traywhat what known about slavery andthe the Underground Railroad Ohio,and and were accepted to the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Propresents an understanding of the culture in the 1800’s. Much of the information artifacts Mattox has gathered came from local sources. Mattox and the museum and the Underground Railroad in Ohio, and presents an understanding of the presents an understanding of the culture in the 1800’s. Much of the informationand and gram. artifacts has gathered came sources. Mattox the museum culture ofMattox the to 1800’s. Much of the from information and artifacts Mattox has gathered were accepted the Underground Railroad Network toand Freedom Proartifacts Mattox hasNational gathered came fromlocal local sources. Mattox and the museum Visitors to thelocal museum are encouraged questions as accepted they peruse the National 15,000came from Mattox andto theask museum were to the were totosources. the Underground Railroad Network totoFreedom Program. wereaccepted accepted theNational National Underground Railroad Network Freedom Pro18,000 objects, artifacts and documents of the three-story building. The museum is Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program. gram. Visitors to the museum are encouraged to ask questions as they peruse the 15,000gram. Visitors to the museum are encouraged to ask questions as they peruse the 15,000 currently open by appointment by calling 740-968-2080 or 740-391-3135 . Visitors to the museum are encouraged to ask questions as they peruse the 15,00018,000 objects, artifacts and documents of the three-story building. The museum is Visitors to the museum are encouraged to ask questions as they peruse the 15,000to 18,000 objects, artifacts and documents of the three-story building. The museum www.ugrrf.org 18,000 objects, artifacts and documents of the three-story building. The museum isis currently open byartifacts appointment by calling of 740-968-2080 or 740-391-3135 . 18,000 objects, and documents the three-story building. The museum is currently open by appointment by calling 740-968-2080 or 740-391-3135. currently www.ugrrf.org currentlyopen openby byappointment appointmentby bycalling calling740-968-2080 740-968-2080or or740-391-3135 740-391-3135. . www.ugrrf.org. www.ugrrf.org www.ugrrf.org


Reading, Writing, and Railroads County Tourism Council Reading,Belmont Writing, and Railroads Belmont County Tourism Council Greatwww.visitbelmontcounty.com Western Schoolhouse www.visitbelmontcounty.com Great Western Schoolhouse 45425 National Road, St. Clairsville, OH 43950

45425 National Road, St. Clairsville, OH 43950 The Great Western School was built by the Clark The Great Western School was built by the remained Clark Construction Company in 1870. The school in Construction Company in 1870. The school remained use until 1952. The National Trail Chapter #348 of In- in use until 1952. The restored Nationalthe Trail Chapter ternational Questers building in #348 1976 of as Ina ternational Questers restored the building in 1976 as a Bicentennial project. It is on the National Register of Bicentennial project. It is onChapter the National Register of Historic Places. The Quester continues to mainHistoric Places. The Quester Chapter continues to maintain the school and provides tours and educational classes to visitors throughout the tain the schoolwho and visit provides tours and museum" educational to visitors the year. Students this "working areclasses instructed by the throughout 'schoolmarm'. year. Students who visit this "working museum" are instructed by the 'schoolmarm'. If the flag is flying, guests are welcome to "come and sit a spell" and to hear the hisIf the flag is flying,stories guestsofare welcome to "come sit by a spell" and to hear tory and numerous this one-room school.and Open appointment. Callthe thehistory and numerous stories of this one-room school. Open by appointment. Call the tourism office at 740-695-4359. tourism office at 740-695-4359.

Great Stone Viaduct Great Stone Viaduct 31st St., Bellaire

31st St., Bellaire Construction began in 1870 at Union Street as an Construction 1870 atbridge Unionspanning Street asthe an Ohio approachbegan to theinrailroad Ohio approach to the railroad bridge spanning the Ohio River. It was completed to Rose Hill in April Ohio and River. was completed Rose Hill in April 1871, theItentire bridge spantoconnecting Ohio 1871, and the entire bridge span connecting Ohio to West to West of which the Viaduct is a part, was Virginia, Virginia, a part,Jointly was conopened to of railwhich trafficthe onViaduct June 21,is1871. opened to rail traffic on June 21, 1871. Jointly con-Central Ohio Railroad, its structed by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and the structed by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and the above Centralthe Ohio Railroad, its sandstone piers rise in varying heights 10 to 20 feet streets, from which sandstone piers risearches in varying heights 20 stones feet above theeach streets, are placed 43 stone supported by10 37toring (18 on sidefrom of a which keyare placed 43 stone arches supported by 37 ring stones (18 on each side of on a keystone) intended to symbolize a united Union consisting of 37 states. Placed the stone) intended a united consisting of 37crossing states. Placed on the National Registertoofsymbolize Historic Places in Union 1976, this Ohio River became National ofShortline Historic Places in 1976,The thisbridge Ohio was Riverfeatured crossinginbecame known as Register the "Great to the West." the 2010 known as the "Great Shortline to the West." The bridge was featured in the 2010 film Unstoppable starring Denzel Washington film Unstoppable starring Denzel Washington While in Barnesville be sure to see the While in Barnesville be sure to the six painted murals throughout thesee town, six painted murals throughout the town, representing the industrial, education, representing the industrial, and transportation history ofeducation, the village. and transportation history the village. Painted by local artist TwilaofFisher, these Painted by local artist Twila Fisher, thesefacets of the village’s history. large black and white murals cover many large black and white murals cover many facets of the village’s history. www.visitbelmontcounty.com/post/murals-tell-barnesville-s-history www.visitbelmontcounty.com/post/murals-tell-barnesville-s-history


Dining Options Schlepp's Family Restaurant, 66645 Belmont Morristown Rd., Belmont, is located just off Interstate 70 at exit 208. Schlepp's first opened its doors in the early nineties. They offer casual, family style dining, all at a low cost. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner . Ample parking and handicap accessible. Hours: M-Th. 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Closed Sunday. (740) 782-1528 www.schlepps.com Salsa Joe’s Smokehouse 740, 43920 National Rd., Belmont, is a Tex-Mex smokehouse serving BBQ, Italian and signature drinks. Hours are M-T, 11 -8 and W-SAT., 11-9. Chapz Bar & Grill, 42478 National Rd., Belmont , offers a wide range of great food which varies from our grilled flame kissed wings, award winning 3 bean chili, and Chapz ribs to our nearly endless list of great burgers! chapzbarandgrill.com The Pike 40, 41010 National Rd., Belmont. Located in an original Pike 40 roadhouse just outside of historic Morristown, Ohio, the Pike 40 celebrates the local cuisine of the Ohio Valley. The menu represents some of the area’s Americana and comfort dishes, along with offering that reflect the rich immigrant history specific to the area. There is ample parking and groups are welcome. Handicap accessible. Hours: Tues.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday-Sat., 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Closed Monday and Sunday. (740) 782-0001. www.pike40.com Mehlman’s Cafeteria, 51800 National Rd. E., St. Clairsville They have been serving traditional American food for lunch since 1966. There is ample parking and groups are welcome. Take-out, delivery and catering also offered. Handicap accessible. Hours are T-Sun. 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Mondays. (740) 6951000) www.mehlmans.com

Undo’s, 51130 National, Started 1953, Undo’s Undo’sisisaa Undos, 51130 National Rd.,St. St. Clairsville. Clairsville. Started in in 1953, family-owned restaurant that specializes in Italian and American cuisine. family-owned restaurant that specializes in Italian and American cuisine. LocatLocated in the Hampton Inn, St. Clairsville, Undo’sWest features an ed in the Hampton Inn, St. Clairsville, Undo’ West features an aerial view of the aerial view of the Ohio Valley Mall. Friendly, yet elegant dining marks Ohio Valley Mall. Friendly, yet elegant dining marks the atmosphere. There is the atmosphere. There is ample parking and groups are welcome. ample parking and groups are welcome. Handicap accessible. Hours: 4 p.m.-12 Handicap accessible. Hours: 4 p.m. -12 a.m. M-TH and 4 p.m. - 2 a.m. a.m. M-TH and 4 p.m.. – 2 a.m. Fri. & Sat. and Sun. 12-8 p.m.- 740-695-8888. Fri. & Sat. and Sun. 12-8 p.m. - 740-695-8888 Sonny Boy, 8801 National Rd., Bridgeport. American-style diner serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is ample parking and groups are welcome. Hours: Open daily, 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. Gulla’s Lunch, 3073 Belmont St., Bellaire. Home of the famous “Gulla Dog”. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 7 a.m.– 9 p.m. Closed Sunday. (740) 671-9666

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Other Points of Interest Tri-State Military Veterans Museum — 101of E. Barrister St., Belmont. bcmvm.org Other Points Interest The Tri State Military Veterans Museum is the home of arti-

Tri-State Military Veterans —provided 101 E. Barrister St., Belmont. bcmvm.org facts and history pertaining toMuseum the service by veterans The fromTri theState OhioMilitary Valley. Veterans Museum is the home of artifacts and history pertaining to the service provided by veterans from the Ohio Valley. Bellaire Toy & Plastic Brick Museum —4597 Noble St., Bellaire brickmuseum.com Bellaire Toy & collection Plastic Brick Museum —4597 Noble St., Largest private of Lego toys and the imaginative Bellaire brickmuseum.com world they can create. On three floors, the collection Largest collection of Lego toys and thethree imaginative containsprivate more than 4 million bricks, creating world they can create.that On have three turned floors,athe collection dimensional mosaics simple child’s toy contains more than 4 million bricks, creating three into works of art. dimensional mosaics that have turned a simple child’s toy into works of art. National Imperial Glass Museum - 3200 Belmont St., Bellaire imperialglass.org National Imperial Glass Museum - 3200 Belmont St., Bellaire Dedicated to preserving the history of the Imperial Glass Corp., imperialglass.org one of the largest handcrafted glass companies in America. Dedicated to preserving the history of the Imperial Glass Corp., one of the largest handcrafted glass companies in America. Sedgwick House Museum –627 Hanover St., Martins Ferry EstablishedHouse by theMuseum Martins Ferry Historical Society in Sedgwick –627 Area Hanover St., Martins Ferry 1970 to house historical artifacts pertaining to the Martins Ferry Established by the Martins Ferry Area Historical Society in area, a visitor to the museum can view items that range in time 1970 to house historical artifacts pertaining to the Martins Ferry from pioneers such as the Zane and Martin families, to the area, a visitor to the museum can view items that range in time space shuttle. from pioneers such as the Zane and Martin families, to the space shuttle. Concord Quaker Meeting House—Negus Road ,Colerain This was the first Quaker Meeting in the Northwest Territory. Built Concord Quaker Meeting House—Negus Road ,Colerain 1813, it was remodeled in 1863 and 1898. A group of descendants This was the first Quaker Meeting in the Northwest Territory. Built restored the building which is on both the Ohio and National Histor1813, it was remodeled in 1863 and 1898. A group of descendants ical Registers. restored the building which is on both the Ohio and National Historical Registers.

Lodging Lodging America’s Best Value Inn, 51260 National Rd., St. Clairsville 740-695-5038

Best Best Western, National Rd., St. Clairsville 740-699-5038 America’s Value51654 Inn, 51260 National Rd., St. Clairsville 740-695-5038 Candlewood Suites, 67689 Mall Ring St. Clairsville 740-695-9200 Best Western, 51654 National Rd.,Rd., St. Clairsville 740-699-5038 Comfort Inn, 52509 National Rd. E., St.St. Clairsville 740-296-5549 Candlewood Suites, 67689 Mall Ring Rd., Clairsville 740-695-9200 DaysComfort Inn & Suites, 66774National BelmontRd. Morristown Rd., Belmont 740-782-1025 Inn, 52509 E., St. Clairsville 740-296-5549 Days Inn By Wyndham, 52601 Holiday Dr., St. Clairsville 740-579-0234 Days Inn & Suites, 66774 Belmont Morristown Rd., Belmont 740-782-1025 Fairfield & Suites,52601 67731Holiday Mall Rd., St.St. Clairsville 740-699-4980 Days Inn ByInn Wyndham, Dr., Clairsville 740-579-0234 Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham, 51110 National Rd. E., St. Clairsville 740-650-2035 Fairfield Inn & Suites, 67731 Mall Rd., St. Clairsville 740-699-4980 Knights Inn, 51659 National Rd. E., St. Clairsville 740-526-0128 Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham, 51110 National Rd. E., St. Clairsville 740-650-2035 Microtel InnKnights & Suites by51659 Wyndham, 51128 Rd. E., St. Clairsville 740-338-4500 Inn, National Rd. National E., St. Clairsville 740-526-0128 Red Roof Inn, 08301 Red Roof Lane, St. Clairsville 740-695-4057 Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham, 51128 National Rd. E., St. Clairsville 740-338-4500 Residence 50694 Place, St. Clairsville 740-695-9320 Red Inn RoofMarriott, Inn, 08301 Red Ohio Roof Valley Lane, St. Clairsville 740-695-4057 Sleep Inn & Suites Belmont/St. Clairsville, 41371 Reco Rd., Belmont 740-421-4417 Residence Inn Marriott, 50694 Ohio Valley Place, St. Clairsville 740-695-9320 Super 8, 63400 Matthews Dr., St. Clairsville 740-695-1994 Sleep Inn & Suites Belmont/St. Clairsville, 41371 Reco Rd., Belmont 740-421-4417 WingateSuper By Wyndham, 51330 National E., St. Clairsville 740-695-3961 8, 63400 Matthews Dr., St.Rd. Clairsville 740-695-1994 Wingate By Wyndham, 51330 National Rd. E., St. Clairsville 740-695-3961


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Belmont County welcomes visitors to an area rich in history Belmont County welcomes visitors to an area rich in history and natural beauty. The area offers festivals and fairs, beauand natural beauty. The area offers festivals and fairs, beautiful lakes and parks, and breath taking scenery. It also is the tiful lakes and parks, and breath taking scenery. It also is the home of several museums representing the communities’ hishome of several museums representing the communities’ history and strong roots. Belmont County has excellent lodging tory and strong roots. Belmont County has excellent lodging facilities, shopping and restaurants. With Interstate 70, Hisfacilities, shopping and restaurants. With Interstate 70, Historic National Road US 40, Scenic Byway Route 7 and also toric National Road US 40, Scenic Byway Route 7 and also Route 9, Belmont County is easy to travel. Enjoy the relaxed Route 9, Belmont County is easy to travel. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy Belmont County. atmosphere. Enjoy Belmont County. Let us share our past, beautiful scenery, and attractions with Let us share our past, beautiful scenery, and attractions with you. Belmont County’s historic sites are locations where piecyou. Belmont County’s historic sites are locations where pieces of social, political, military, and or cultural history have es of social, political, military, and or cultural history have been preserved due to their cultural heritage value. Plan your been preserved due to their cultural heritage value. Plan your trip to Belmont County! trip to Belmont County!


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