Best Rainy Day Activities around Adamsville, OH

National Road / Zane Grey Museum

8850 East Pike
Norwich, OH
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Dresden Junction Toy Train Museum And Railroad Artifacts

12585 Main Street
Trinway, OH
Come see an extensive collection of Lionel, MTH, K-line and Marx trains. A 10' x 20' train display. Also numerous authentic railroad items. One man...
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Zanesville Museum of Art

620 Military Road
Zanesville, OH
The Zanesville Museum of Art has:- Free parking- Extensive selection of Ohio glass and pottery- Works by Cezanne, Grandma Moses, Lautrec, Matisse, ...
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Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum

300 North Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, OH
Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum's mission is to serve the local community and the broader audience generated by the Museum's location in Historic Rosco...
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Dillon State Park

5265 Dillon Hills Drive
Nashport, OH
The wooded hills and scenic valleys of the Dillon area offer a picturesque setting for outdoor adventure. Whether boating the quiet coves and inlet...
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Blue Rock State Park

7924 Cutler Lake Road
Blue Rock, OH
Rugged hills and rich green forests provide the backdrop to Blue Rock State Park. Escape to nature's solitude, and enjoy the diverse flora and faun...
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National Museum of Cambridge Glass

136 South Ninth Street
Cambridge, OH
Mission: The National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. is a non-profit Ohio corporation which was founded in 1973 to establish and maintain a perman...
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Hopalong Cassidy Museum

127 South 10th Street
Cambridge, OH
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Degenhart Paperweight and Glass Museum Inc

65323 Highland Hills Road
Cambridge, OH
The Degenhart Glass Museum was established through the bequest ofM. Elizabeth Degenhart ofCambridge, Ohio. Elizabeth Degenhart was the owner and op...
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National Ceramic Museum and Heritage Center

7327 Ceramic Road NE
Roseville, OH
History: The people of the Woodland Indian cultures (from 800 B.C.E.) were the first people in South East Ohio to make pottery for storing and c...
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Salt Fork State Park

14755 Cadiz Road
Lore City, OH
The landscape of rural Guernsey County appears as a patchwork of forested hills, open meadows and misty valleys threaded by numerous streams. At th...
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Morgan County Historical Society Museum

142 East Main Street
McConnelsville, OH
The Morgan County Museum features original artwork by Howard Chandler Christy, local boy who made good - his famous “Christy Girls” gra...
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Lou and Gib Reese Ice Arena

936 Sharon Valley Road
Marne, OH
History: For Nearly twenty years as City of Newark Parks and Recreation Director, Terry Frame established and improved the Newark Municipal Ice Rin...
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Killbuck Valley Museum

Front Street
Killbuck, OH
The Killbuck Valley of Wayne Holmes and Coshocton counties encompasses a rich geological, biological, archaeological and historical heritage. It sh...
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Baker Family Museum

805 Cumberland Street
Caldwell, OH
About Us:The Baker Family Museum is a unique and fascinating collection of various types of antiques. It is a private collection of over 300,000 pi...
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Victorian House Museum

484 Wooster Road
Millersburg, OH
In the heart of Ohio's largest Amish settlement. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 28 room Queen Anne style home serves as t...
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The Works

55 S. 1st Street
Newark, OH
About Us: The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology is dedicated to hands-on learning, creating and doing. Serving Central Ohio a...
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National Heisey Glass Museum

169 West Church Street
Newark, OH
The Museum has been owned and operated by the Heisey Collectors of America, Inc. (HCA) since 1974. Located in Veterans Park in downtown Newark, Ohi...
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Burr Oak State Park

10220 Burr Oak Lodge Road
Glouster, OH
History:Situated in the valley of Sunday Creek, the Burr Oak area was inhabited by Indians and, later, by settlers who found an abundance of game a...
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Warther Museum

331 Karl Avenue
Dover, OH
About Us: Ernest "Mooney" Warther turned his joy of carving wood and ivory into creations that the Smithsonian has called “priceless works o...
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