Gnadenhutten Museum


Established in 1772, Gnadenhutten Museum is the oldest settlement in Ohio. In 1782, over 90 Indians were killed and the museum displays artifacts and arrowhead collection related to the same tragic event. A 35-foot memorial also stands tall adjacent to the museum in order to commemorate those killed in the massacre. The museum makes for an interesting visit for history buffs as it offers insights about the historic event.

  • Gnadenhutten Museum Address: 182 Cherry St, Gnadenhutten, OH 44629, USA, United States
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Gnadenhutten Museum Reviews & Ratings

  • What a great unexpected stop on our little Sunday drive. The museum was closed but we enjoyed walking around the grounds where we saw a lot of history and learned about the unfortunate and heartbreaking events that took place so long ago on the site. I sat on a bench for a long time and could feel the long lasting imprint a site like this has emotionally. I highly recommend this historic park as a stop.

  • A nice place with interesting history.

  • More people should visit here and learn of the Indian Saints that died here...

  • Nice relaxing place

  • Keeping it alive!

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