– Over 500 miles of WWII History

Dennison Railroad Depot Museum

Dennison Railroad Depot – This National Historic Landmark and former railroad hub showcases the Dennison Depot Salvation Army Servicemen’s Canteen. Over 1.3 million soldiers were served free food as they traveled from Ohio’s Homefront to war.
400 Center St., Dennison, OH

Ernest Warther MuseumHome of the World’s Master Carver, Ernest “Mooney” Warther. Over 64 hand carved, working replicas of steam engines including a recreational of the Union Pacific Boy. The museum also displays some of the over 1,100 handcrafted commando knives created for WWII soldiers.
331 Karl Ave., Dover, OH

MAPS Air Museum
Photo credit: MAPS

MAPS Air MuseumFive displays for Congressional Medal of Honors and a piece of the USS Arizona makes us a war memorial. Themed exhibits for Tuskegee Airmen, Rosie the Riveter, Women Service Pilots, Ploeski Boys, 101st Airborne D-Day, The Memphis Bell, and local WWII veterans are displayed along with 48 aircraft on site. 
2260 International Parkway, North Canton, OH 

Olde Main Street MuseumThis museum features a village comprising 23 storefronts that willhave you believing you’ve traveled back in time. Local history & military items/memorabilia from the Civil War to the present are showcased with The Temperance Tavern Museum. 
213 West Canal St., Newcomerstown, OH | 740.498.7735

Fletcher General Hospital & Fletcher ChapelFletcher Chapel was the spiritual hub of the 168-building, 2,000-bed Fletcher General Hospital. Located at the rail entryway to the giant complex, it greeted the 17,000 service men and women treated between 1943 & 1946. 
Free admission to the grounds.
66715 Old Twenty-One Road, Cambridge, OH | 740.922.6776


Cambridge Glass Company
Cambridge Glass Museum | Photo: D. Rock –

National Museum of Cambridge GlassDisplaying over 10,000 pieces of Cambridge Glass, visitors experience the Homefront efforts of social consciousness, community needs and relief organizations. Showcasing the manufacturing processes, visitors can inspect the molds, etching plates, and crystal quality on this interactive tour. (Allow 1-1.5 hours)
136 South 9th St., Cambridge, OH 740.432.4245

Cambridge Guernsey County Visitor Bureau

Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitor and Convention Bureau
627 Wheeling Ave., Suite 200, Cambridge, OH 43725
740.432.2022 |



National Museum of the U.S. Air ForceVisit the world’s largest and oldest military aviation museum featuring more than 350 aerospace vehicles and missiles amid more than 19 acres of indoor exhibit space. The exhibits tell the Air Force storyline from the beginning of military flight through current operations. The WWII gallery includes the B-17 Memphis Belle and B-29 Bockscar.  (Allow 2-4 hours)
1100 Spaatz St., Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH | 937-255-3276

WACO Air MuseumThe largest producer of civil aircraft in the 1920’s & 30’s. WACO designed and manufactured the CG4A Glider used in WWII. Our Glider Theater showcases footage from WWII and a simulator gives the aspiring aviator a chance to perfect their flying skills. (Allow 1-2 hours)
1865 South Co Rd 25A, Troy, OH | 937-335-9226

Champaign Aviation Museum –  Visitors can watch the restoration of a B-17 Flying Fortress, learn about the experiences of WWII veterans and past generations that flew in combat. Historic artifacts and restored aircraft include a C-47 Skytrain and a B-25 Mitchell.  (Allow 1-2 hours)
Free Admission
1652 North Main St., Urbana, OH | 937-652-4710

National Veteran Memorial MuseumThe memorial and museum shares the stories of Veterans from all branches of service, in their own voices, through experiential exhibits incorporating artifacts, film, letters, photos, and special exhibitions. (Allow 1-3 hours)
300 West Broad St., Columbus, OH | 888.987.6866