Address8850 E Pike, Norwich OH 43767
Phone(800) 752-2602


Three Museums in One!

The National Road & Zane Grey Museum has three different exhibit areas dedicated to three subjects which have all played an important piece of our area’s history.

    • The National Road – America’s first federally-funded highway which opened the doors to the west, also known as America’s first “Main Street”.
    • Zane Grey – Locally born western author who wrote over 80 novels which also turned into 110 movies.
    • Art Pottery, Ceramics and Tile – The area is sometimes known as the “Pottery Capital of the World” because of it’s rich clay deposits which resulted in multitudes of art pottery pieces and decorative tiles. Wonderful samples of those are on display in the center of the museum.
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Upcoming Events

Fall Festival – Saturday, October 7th

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Adults - $7.00
Seniors (& groups of 10 or more) - $6.00
Students - $3.00
Children under 6 - Free
Students in organized groups - $2.00
Teachers, Leaders, Bus Drivers - Free
Adult Bus Chaperones - $2.00
OHC Members - Free

“Step Into Yesteryear Pass” – Includes a tour of both the John & Annie Glenn Museum and the National Road & Zane Grey Museum located just 5 miles west on Route 40, the National Road.


May - October
Wed. - Sat.: 10 - 4pm
Sun.: 1 - 4pm

Last full tours of the day begin by 3:00


8850 E Pike, Norwich OH 43767

(800) 752-2602