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Welsh-American Heritage Museum

Welsh Scenic Byway

This 64-mile byway loops through Gallia and Jackson counites and celebrates the Welsh immigrants who settled in southeastern Ohio during the 19th century. The byway connects many Welsh churches, Welsh farms and cemeteries. Visitors are treated to pastoral farms, including the Bob Evans Homestead, quaint cemeteries and wildlife areas that include Raccoon Creek where Daniel Boone hunted and trapped. 

Take an opportunity to read an October 2014 article from Country Living Magazine​ deplicting the Welsh Scenic Byway. 


 Story Map


Take a virtual tour of the Granville Scenic Byway by clicking on the map image below: ​

Story Map of Welsh Scenic Byway




​Jeanne Jindra
(740) 245-7186


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