Chillicothe Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Chillicothe; our list of the best things to see, including Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, Kitchen Collection and Chillicothe Paints.
  • The best place in Chillicothe: Hopewell Culture National Historical Park

    Hopewell Culture National Historical Park

    16062 State Route 104
    A group of 23 earthen mounds originally built by the Hopewell culture, 200 BC to AD 500, destroyed by the US Federal Government to build Fort Sherman in 1913 and then partially rebuilt/restored and turned into a National Historic Park.
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  • Kitchen Collection

    Kitchen Collection

    1075 N Bridge Street, Suite 202
    You'll find a wide variety of cookware, bakeware, small appliances, decorative wood, marble and ceramics, great gadgets for every kitchen task, and the best of the kitchen/housewares seen on TV.
  • Chillicothe Paints

    Chillicothe Paints

    The Chillicothe Paints were founded in 1993. Founding member of the Frontier League (1993-2008). Founding member of The Prospect League (2009-current)
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  • Chillicothe Farmers Market

    Chillicothe Farmers Market

    475 Western Ave
    Only open May to October, from 8AM to noon Saturdays. Anyone interested in selling at the market can register between 7 and 8AM
  • Ohio University-Chillicothe

    Ohio University-Chillicothe

    101 University Drive
    1,900 students and has experienced a 25.3% increase in enrollment over the last two years.
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  • Pump House Center for the Arts

    Pump House Center for the Arts

    Yoctangee Park
    Tu-F, 11-4 & Sa-Su, 1-4 Closed on Mondays.. The Pump House was constructed in 1883 as a municipal pumping station for distribution of water from the deep well field located in Yoctangee Park. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The Pump House is an example of Victorian Gothic architecture housing an ever changing collection of painting, sculpture and art.
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  • Bob's Bootery

    100 N. Paint St.
    Providing many national brand footwear such as Birkenstock, Jumping Jacks, Munro, New Balance, Dexter USA, Clarks, Extra Depth, Drew and more! And leather goods handcrafted by local artisan
  • Adena Mansion and Gardens

    Adena Road
    740-772-1500 Home of Thomas Worthington (1773-1827). He was the sixth Govenor of Ohio and one of the first United States Senators from Ohio. There is a newer museum and education center. The view from the north lawn to the Logan Range is depicted on the Great Seal of Ohio. Admission $7.00
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  • Dard Hunter Studios

    8 Highland Avenue
    The Mountain House was built in 1850 by a German family named Meggenhofen who operated a winery here for many years, tending the terraced vineyards below the house. Gift shop is open M-F, 9AM to 5PM. Reservations are required for a tour. Call at least 24 hours in advance to schedule an appointment.
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  • The Cellar Room

    203 West Water St.
    Long known for its unique and unusual gifts and antiques. The original store started in the cellar (hence the name) and is now expanded to include the main floor.
  • Majestic Theater

    45 East Second St
    Longest running, free standing theater in United States.
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  • Adena Mansion and Gardens

    Adena Road
    740-772-1500 Home of Thomas Worthington (1773-1827), sixth Govenor of Ohio and one of the states first United States Senators. Quite a place.
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  • Chillicothe Railroad Museum

    Corner of Paint and Water Streets
    noon-3PM
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  • Lucy Hayes Heritage Center

    90 West Sixth St
    , tel. 740-775-5829 Hours vary.
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  • James A. Thomas Telephone Museum

    68 East Main St
    Thomas Telephone Museum, 68 East Main St. tel. 740-772-8200 Mon.-Fri.- 8:30AM to 4:30 Free.
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  • The Old Home Place

    1/4 mile north of U
    Amish Bakery - Troyer Meats - Cheese - Bulk Foods.
  • House Mountain

    House Mountain

    Rutledge Pike and Idumea Rd7th floor, L&C Annex
    The Mountain House is a historic Gothic Revival house in western Chillicothe, Ohio, United States. It was built by German immigrant Oscar Janssen in 1852, sitting atop a bluff above the Scioto River and the rest of the city of Chillicothe; its location and architectural style were intended to resemble that of castles overlooking the Rhine in his homeland. Janssen surrounded his house with vineyards, a winery, and a beer garden; because of the house's location on the edge of a steep hillside, he terraced the hillside before developing it. After Janssen's lifetime, the Mountain House passed into the hands of designer and papermaker Dard Hunter. Purchasing the house in 1919, Hunter converted it into a production center for his handmade paper and hand-carven type. Here he produced a wide range of books, publishing them under the banner of the Mountain House Press, and gradually he built a worldwide reputation.
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  • Mona Lisa Café

    35 N. Paint St.
    M-Th 11AM to 10PM; Fri & Sa 11AM to 11PM. Mediterranean Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge. Greek, French and Middle Eastern food plus steaks, salmon, burgers and gyros. Entertainment on weekends. Wireless internet available.
  • Dock at Water

    80 E Water St
  • Sumburger Restaurant

    Sumburger Restaurant

    1487 N Bridge St
    sumburger excellent food and fine service. We are not fast food. We are not just a drive-in. We are different.
  • Old Canal Smoke House

    Old Canal Smoke House

    94 E Water St
  • Casa Del Taco

    1055 N Bridge St
  • Jerry's Pizza

    319 S Paint St
  • Crispie Creme Donut Shop

    Crispie Creme Donut Shop

    47 N Bridge St
  • Los Mariachis

    649 Central Ctr
  • Grinders Coffee & Cafe

    Grinders Coffee & Cafe

    85 N Paint St
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