Chillicothe Attractions

During your stay at the Hampton Inn and Suites, we hope you’ll enjoy the many attractions and things to do in Chillicothe, Ohio’s first capital! Discover historical sites, architecture, and the Chillicothe Paints professional baseball, Tecumseh – Outdoor Drama, over 30 miles of biking and walking trails, and exceptional shopping and dining.

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Museums and Historic sites – Adena Mansion and Gardens, Ross County Heritage Center, Lucy Hayes Heritage Center, Chillicothe Railroad Museum, Dr. John Harris Dental Museum, Fort Economy Sam Werner Museum, Dard Hunter’s Mountain Home, James M. Thomas Telephone Museum, Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks plus many more.

Golf – Experience great golfing in Ross County with six different courses to choose from!

Recreation – For great outdoor fun all year around, check out some of state parks, nature preserves, wildlife areas, forests, lakes and scenic rivers. Chillicothe has over 30 miles of biking and walking trails. And while you’re visiting Chillicothe, a “must visit” attraction is the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park which preserves several of the earthworks of the ancient American Indian culture we call the Hopewell.

Arts & Entertainment – A “must-see” for the entire family is the Tecumseh Outdoor Drama in the Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheater. If you like art, then you’ll enjoy the 1883 preserved and restored Pump House Art Gallery featuring visual arts and the works of local artists. Spend the day with family at a Chillicothe Paints baseball game or go see a theatrical production, concert, or movie at the Majestic Theater.

Shopping & Wineries – Enjoy shopping in the First Capital District of Ohio.