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

National Road

Within the museum the Historic National Road, America’s first federally funded highway, is celebrated through a 135-foot, custom-built diorama. The diorama tells the story of the evolution of the National Road and its effect on the developing country. Visitors follow the road’s progress from east to west and forward in time. Travel and transportation themes remind visitors that the U.S. was an energetic nation on the move. Sights along the way include a massive Conestoga Wagon (circa 1800), a restored stagecoach, a tavern with a blacksmith and wheelwright, carriages, a steam car, and several pre-1930s automobiles.


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