Clark Gable Museum | www.clarkgablefoundation.com
Village of Cadiz - Visit rooms identical to those in which Clark Gable was born February 1, 1901. The birthplace home is furnished in the style of the day, including several of The King's belongings, such as his boyhood sled. Then check out one of Gable's actual automobiles, a classic 1954 Cadillac! Our well informed staff also on hand to answer most any of your Gable related questions. If you are an ardent Gable fan then these humble beginnings of the King of Hollywood are a must see!
History of Coal Museum | www.harrisoncountyohio.org/coalmuseum
200 East Market Street, Cadiz, OH 43907 (740) 942-2623
250 Speedway | www.250speedway.com
Cadiz, Ohio - Eastern Ohio's Premiere 3/8 Mile Dirt Track. " Ohio's Place To Sling Dirt ".
The Warther Museum | www.warthers.com
The Warther Museum is dedicated to Ernest “Mooney” Warther, the world’s master carver. Learn about America’s unknown genius and how he lived his life and philosophies. We have guided tours that lead you through the museum and explain how he created the carvings as well as his life story.
Schoenbrunn Village | www.ohiosfirstvillage.com
Visit Ohio as seen through the eyes of its first settlers. Today, the recreated village and museum share the same perspective of where Indian and European cultures meet in peace, but are infuenced to flee by forces beyond their control around the world. In addition to cabins, school and church; visitors can explore God's Acre, the original Village cemetary; the museum and the theater. A gift shop, park and beautiful picnic area are also on site.
Trumpet in the Land | www.trumpetintheland.com
Written by Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Paul Green, "Trumpet in the Land" is an unforgettable experience that brings to life the Ohio frontier during the Revolutionary War. Performed in the same hills from which this story is born, Trumpet is a thrilling and passionate story of a peaceful people's influence on the war and the tragic events that encircled the founding of Ohio's first settlement, Schoenbrunn.
Ohio River and Wheeling are less than an hour away.