Antiques on the Main (740)425-3406 - 108 N. Chestnut St. Neat old stuff you won't find everywhere. Antiques and collectibles. Open Mon-Sat. 10-5.
Barnesville Antique Mall (740)425-2435 - 202 N. Chestnut St. Variety of antique pieces displayed on three floors and available through various dealers. Open seven days a week, 8-5. Credit cards accepted.
Barnesville Pumpkin Festival (740)425-2593 - P.O. Box 5 - Something for all ages: classic car show, parade (Sat. at 2 p.m.), queen contest, fiddle contest, giant pumpkin weigh-in (Wed.night), entertainment and more.Always held the last full weekend in September. Thurs.-Sun. on the streets downtown. www.barnesvillepumpkinfestival.com
Belmont County Victorian Mansion (740)425-2926 or (740)484-4716. For more info call Belmont Cty Tourism (740)695-4359.
Located at 532 N. Chestnut St. Award winning and built in the 1800's is this 26-room mansion of elegance. Superbly carved oak fretwork, butternut and hand-carved wood mantels are just a few of the finely crafted features inside. Open May-Sept., Wed.-Sun. 1-4:00 or by appointment all year. Guided tours. Admission; group rates.
Dickinson Cattle Co., Inc. (740)758-5050 - 35000 Muskrat Rd. I-70 Exit 202 to Rt. 800 south 1 mile, then west 1 mile on Muskrat Rd. Largest herd of registered quality Texas Longhorn Cattle east of San Francisco. Cattle, steaks, smoked longhorn and a wide selection of longhorn related products available at the Longhorns Head to Tail Store. Educational tours June 1-Sept. 1 plus Pumpkin Festival week, 10-5, Sun. 1-6., or by appt. Sept. & Oct. or May (if it is not too wet). Admission. Fax: (740)758-5114 www.longhorntours.com
First Presbyterian Church (740)425-3144 - Chestnut & Church Streets. This 1902 "Chinese Gothic" native red sandstone church contains magnificent stained glass windows imported from Willet Studio of Pittsburgh, PA. The sanctuary is open for tours by appointment. Admission for groups.
Nancy's Fancys(740) 425-9442 - 211 N. Chestnut St. specializing in estate jewelry, vintage clothing, hats and shoes, china tea pots & cups & saucers, antique furniture, unique decorative china and glass candles, Seven rooms. By appt. or by chance.
Ohio Genealogical Society Belmont County Chapter, Hutton Memorial Library (740)425-1651 - P.O. Box 285/308 E. Main St. Regular meetings at 7 p.m., second Sunday of each month except December.
Rockwell Orchards (740)425-2710 - 61705 Sandy Ridge Rd. (off Rt. 147, east of town). Represents the fruit growing industry and tradition established here a century ago. The family continues this tradition today. Open Mon.-Sat. 8-6. Open Sunday of Barnesville Pumpkin Festival from 1-5 p.m. Tour the processing and cider mill operations (in season) arranged by appointment with admission for groups.
Stillwater Meeting House (740)425-2710 or (740)425-2776. At 61826 Sandy Ridge Rd. (off Rt. 147, east of town). The plain federal style brick building seats 1500. Built in 1878 to house the Ohio Yearly Meeting of Conservative Friends. The building contains a Quaker Heritage Museum. Open by appointment. Admission.
This Old House (740)425-4444 - 118 N. Chestnut St. A restored 1885 Italian-style brick home. Browse through furniture, gifts, and jewelry. Open Mon.-Sat. 10-5 or by appointment.
Watt Center for History & The Arts (740)425-1497. Rt. 800 S., left at first light onto Church St. to Mulberry St. intersects with Watt Ave., turn left. The original office 1879 building of the Watt Car and Wheel Company. Patterned tin ceilings, impressive architecture, oak paneled walls. Historic displays on the first floor. Donations appreciated. Open June-Sept., Sat. & Sun. 1-4:30 p.m. And for groups, other days and times, by appointment.