Statehood Day Open House at Adena Mansion
Mar 5, 2016
10am - 4pm
Yay or Nay. Ohio became a state in 1803, but not without conflict. Now it's your turn to witness the fiery, historic debate over whether Ohio should become a state or remain within the Northwest Territory.
Visitors will step back in time to 1802 and witness this historic debate highlighting Territorial Governor Arthur St Clairs and Representative Thomas Worthingtons differing plans for Ohios path to statehood. Tour Worthingtons historic mansion and see where the Father of Ohio Statehood lived and worked.
This program is being presented as part of Ohio Statehood Day. The grounds and museum will be open between 10am - 4pm. the Debate over Statehood times are scheduled for 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. Special themed mansion tours will also take place every 30 minutes beginning at 10:30am with the last tour departing at 3pm.
Adena Mansion was the home of Ohios sixth governor, Thomas Worthington.
Cost: Free AdmissionContact:
Adena Mansion Gardens
847 Adena Road
Phone: 740-772-1500, 800-319-7248
Web Site: http://www.adenamansion.com/index.htm