Reviews of Campus Martius Museum (Museum)

601 2nd St, Marietta, OH 45750, United States

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At this moment the business gets a rating of 4.8 stars out of 5 and the score was based on 149 reviews.

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REVIEWS OF Campus Martius Museum IN Ohio

Nate Camp

Sheila Andre de la Porte

David Runyon

Unbelievable Museum- tons of great artifacts & interesting exhibits!! George Washington's Masonic Apron & Rufus Putnams house (literally) just to name a couple

Kenny Shepherd

Andrew Blair

Carl Watkins

A surprisingly nice little museum. Being a smaller town in a rural area, you might expect it to be a little crappy but it's not! Clean, well maintained, and some great exhibits if you're interested in how westward expansion played out in Ohio. When I was there, they also had a non-permanent Civil War exhibit on loan upstairs. If you're from the area or just driving through, definitely a place to check out if you're into history and learning.

Julie Lawrence

Great place to take kids to learn

JL Fryman

Ed Henline

Loved it will go again

Phoenix Bruce

Ok

Earl Dillon

Bradley Sisbarro

Great museum, amazing collection of artifacts

Samantha Szymanski

Loved it

clyta Lunsford

Interesting place to visit.

Brian Orders

Cayla Wright

Rebecca Blind

My son's class field trip was a success. Learned a lot, hands on activities, so much to see. It can't all be done in one day. Great place.

Jim Hoff

Very interesting civil war period museum. It is worth a visit if you happen to be in this area.

Sherri Hatcher

Very informative museum

abi gail

Dannie Yocco

Keigna

Very informative and interesting exhibits. Lady at to the front desk and gentleman doing the guided tour portion were polite. Seeing the inside of the Rufus Putnam house was my favorite part. Also enjoyed the migration exhibits.

Angela Fulton

A wonderful small town museum. The people at the front desk were so helpful and interesting to talk to. Definetly worth a stop to view history of the area.

David D. Kilmer

Lora Hall

What history. Great place to go and learn about the area. Great staff

Tim Embree

Vic Noël

Another Gem in Marietta's river town crown. Campus Martius Museum is definitely worth a visit by any history lovers who are in town!

Chuck Brand

Andrew DeLong

Rachael McManus

Too many pictures, need more artifacts

super hawk

Very nice museum

Kristiane Valentine

Awesome time

Jill Baldwin

Lots to see here & very well maintained!

Jessica Whipkey

Awesome history here

James Pitman

Chris Goodrich

Connie Lawrence

Linda Hughes

Very interesting seminar on WW1 posters and their origins. Informative and enjoyable. Person presenting info very well informed on the subject.

Ken Blume

willie hood

Fun time, beautiful area next to the river.

Kristi Shoemaker

greg carter

Jeff Strahler

A fantastic experience. I really enjoyed the time spent learning about the region. There are some fantastic artifacts in the museum which include a portion of the founders 200+ year old house with period furnishings. Allow 2-3 hours to see everything.

cheryl scarps

Great place to go, had aot to see, but it was a little hard to hear the tour guy.

Victoria Berry

Jenn Brown

Only $7 Make sure to see the Putnam House

Lindsay Edwards

A good place to learn the early history of the "Northwest Territory." Has part of the very first structure built in Marietta inside the museum. Worth the visit!

RL Gent

This museum is worth a visit. We were especially impressed with the tour of the Putnam house. This was originally built at this location in the 1700s. They have done a wonderful job restoring and preserving the historic home.

Yvonne Johnson

Sam G-W

Marti Dolata

Went to first Fiber Fair and enjoyed it very much.

Handy captain

Mary Pallone

Barbara Ramirez

Awesome tour.

Michele Pentek

Nice museum about the pioneers of Marietta and they're history of moving West. Handicap accessible

Mike Williams

This is the museum that highlights the founding of the northwest territory, and the first colony of the United States of America. Carved from this territory, were 6 states now known collectively as the midwest. These states are Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnisota. In addition to the history of the NW territory, other topics such as native peoples, the town of Marietta, the prohibition of the slave trade as well as regional migration in and out of Appalachia are covered. The museum houses original structures from the founding as well as artifacts of interest. It is the site of the 1st Masonic lodge (founded in 1776 as a military lodge) meeting in the territory. This is still an active lodge which meets in town. I highly recommend visiting this museum. They have something for everyone and lots of unique things pertaining to the U.S. as a whole.

Jamison Thornton

Isaac Lough

I have been here before and it was fun they had cool exibits and also great activities. I was also here for party and it was nicely taken care of.

Dakota Goldsberry

Neat

James McRae

Nice museum full of Ohio history and the opening of the Ohio Territory. 3 stories of good stuff to see and absorb. Will have to go back as I really didn't have time for everything.

Buzz Sayre

Very exciting

Jen Ford

Family time and it was great. My 11 year old even had fun.

Mandy Balyer

A great place in history! I can't believe part of the actual fort is still standing and we'll preserved! A must see on your trip to Marietta.

charlotte keim

Wonderful early photography exhibit now on display. Journey back to 1788 in the Rufus Putnam home. Enjoy coming here as I always find a new treasure to relish, and learn another nugget of local history and our nation's early westward migration.

Thomas Purcell

History comes alive here!

Angela Thornton

Enjoyed all of the varied exhibits here, very well presented and interesting subject matter. Reasonable admission price, must see if you're in town!

Kerri DeVol

Very friendly employee that welcomed/greeted us.

Melissa Haney

Tina Tingler

Terry Graham

Great place to go

Donnie Faulkner

It was so cool go to it

Brittney M

Cody Wriston

Very Historical and interesting

Susan Lee

Very educational!

Charles Kashary Jr.

So much Ohio History in one place!!!

David Shrock

Tina Hagedorn Dantuma

Ryan Poole

Jennifer Margolis

Sunday Schleagel

Loved the guided tour

Linn Yost

Michele Darrall Zavatsky

Perfect pioneer history. For kids the interactive benches and coal miner dress up engages. Probably the best feature is the Putnam house on its original site encased within the museum!

Mark Cutler

Informative, exhibits were authentic, well presented. Guided tour of Putnam house was well presented and in depth upon request. Can’t wait to take grandchild when she is ready!

Robert Huston

Great collection. Enjoyed it very much. Putnam house tour is definitely worth the time. They also have a deal where you can save on entrance fees if you're also going to the Ohio River Museum.

Skyler Mccombs

Accurate history, beautiful clean museum, easy to navigate with a lot to see in a small place.

Scott Hawley

Nice experience, neat artifacts.

Robert Baetzold

Ryan Stallworth

Terry Lake Jr

Awesone for local history. Close to home and had no idea

Jacob Stevens

Not bad, the editing couldvec been better

Timothy Chaney

M Thom

Falcon Owens

This is a great place to take kids. There is plenty of displays to satisfy anyone's interest. The house inside is really interesting. You can walk inside and see what it was like in the old days. The staff is very pleasant and really informative. Try it out for a learning experience.

Bob Dobbs

Fairly basic museum of the first permanent settlement in Ohio.

Kenneth Kovarik

Great place to learn about how the area was settled. Also seeing how things were made and how life was.

David Hill

Last Chance

Diana Fowler

Thoroughly enjoyed this day. I was joyfully on history overload. Elevators were very welcome.

Roger Rowland

Becca S

Great tour of the old Putnam house! I love how the museum was built around it. They've tried to keep the home as original as possible, and it's fantastic. The rest of the museum is amazing as well.

jessica moore

Nice place

Kathleen Heyman

Wonderful to experience this part of ohio history. Very well done!

Christopher Phelps

Even though Marietta is a small town this small Museum has a lot of history of how Ohio was discovered before it became a state.

Dennis Cavalier

Morgan Coe

Great exhibits and wonderful, very knowledgeable guides to give you lots of interesting information.

Paul Custer

Reasonable price for the amount to see live in town and hadn't stopped in since I was a kid. Very interesting.

Patty Rhodes

It was awesome

Tammy Gilbert

Stewart Hurst

Nancy Gregg

Great items well displayed.

Donald Ross

Great place to see history of Marietta Ohio

Christina Tilton

Thomas Casto

Bryan Waller

Unbelievable history in this place, amazing improvement in past few years!

Sandy Souders

Curtis Blake

The library here is amazing for anyone wanting to do genealogy research. The janitor Billy is very knowledgeable and I probably spent most of my time talking to him.

Kehinde Knox Goncalves

Very interesting and a fun place to visit with kids! Everyone was so polite and kind and the tour guide was great!

mark Hawk

Great time

Hannah McKenzie

Dee Terry

Vicki Hall

Lots of history. Loved it all.

Susan Rheal

Great place and will return again.

Kitty Kat

I love history!!

Angela Montgomery

This was a nice museum.

William Longcor

Great history.

Jason Harper

Fun!! Historically exciting and educational!

Debi Krabach

The guided tour of the Rufus Putnam house is fascinating. They built the museum around the house.

Nate Fletcher

Justyn Tyme

Loved it alot of olftuff

Robin Castle

History preserved and respected. The curators were very knowledgeable and friendly. We loved the experience.

Cassie Palmer

Courtney Brown

This place is so cool every thing they show you they exsplaine a bout and I mean a way back it's like stepping back a way back in the future and it is

Benjamin Claymier

Roger Hoff

It is significant to Ohio history and our nation's history. The employees are friendly and helpful. They are proud of the historical importance of their museums and it is evident. The museum of the NW territory exhibits tell the story of the Ohio Company lead by Rufus Putnam in 1788 and the first permanent organized settlement of the territory.

C Mc

From the last time I was there they have taken down quite a few exhibits. I am upset at that fact unless they are using them in another museum.

Michael G

History enthusiasts dream! Located on exact site and original foundation of first settlement West of Ohio River. Putnams house contains wood from original stockade and museum has incredible historical documents and artifacts. Also an interesting exhibit relating to Appalachian migration to northern cities. There is a riverboat museum and pioneer cemetery and plus a many historical houses. Take a couple of days to explore the area.

Cheryl Humphrey

Amazing log house on original location INSIDE this museum!

Renita Oakes

Great history museum

Thomas Roach

Peace Warrior

Great place

Anna Stevens

sonia Grammar

Jackie

An excellent place to learn and see some unique and exciting facts about the area! The artifacts bring my family back and have us bringing our out of town guests every chance we get. The Rufus Putnam House is one of my favorite exhibits! I highly suggest kids and adults alike check this museum out it's money and a time well spent!

jeff slattery

Great history of first settlement in Ohio.

Insilico Media Group

Braiden Tucker

Sorella North

Sandi Boudinot

John Thompson

If you are into history it has some things to offer. Nice facility and local historical references.

Business Hours of Campus Martius Museum in Ohio

SUNDAY
12–5PM
MONDAY
(VETERANS DAY) 9:30AM–5PM HOURS MIGHT DIFFER
TUESDAY
9:30AM–5PM
WEDNESDAY
9:30AM–5PM
THURSDAY
9:30AM–5PM
FRIDAY
9:30AM–5PM
SATURDAY
9:30AM–5PM

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