National Road-Zane Grey Museum

8850 E. Pike
Norwich, OH 43767- Map It
(740) 872-3143

AAA Editor Notes

National Road-Zane Grey Museum is off I-70 exit 164 at 8850 E. Pike. The museum traces the development of the country's first “highway”—the National Road from Cumberland, Md., to Vandalia, Ill. Exhibits, including a 136-foot miniature diorama, depict the history of both the road and vehicle technology. The museum features an original Conestoga wagon and harnesses as well as art pottery and decorative tile produced by local potteries. Objects belonging to Western novelist Zane Grey and copies of his manuscripts also are displayed. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$7; $6 (ages 55+ and active military with ID); $3 (students). Combination ticket with John & Annie Glenn Historic Site $12; $10 (ages 55+); $5 (students). Rates may vary; phone ahead.
Hours: Wed.-Sat. 10-4, Sun. 1-4, May-Oct.