Admission to Gnadenhutten Museum & Historical Park is free.
- Open: Daily from Memorial Day – Labor Day; Weekends from September – October
- Location: (Map It) 352 S. Cherry St. in Gnadenhutten, Ohio
- Phone: 740-254-4143
- Web: click here
Gnadenhutten Museum & Historical Park features the oldest settlement in Ohio. It was established in 1772 by a Mohican elder and a large group of Christian Indians. In 1782, nearly 100 of the Indian residents were killed. Today, a 35-foot memorial recognizes those killed in the massacre, and a museum displays artifacts and an expansive arrowhead collection. There is also a reconstructed church and log cabin replications of those that stood at the site more than 200 years ago.