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Ripley Museum

219 North 2nd Street, Ripley, OH 45167, USA

Housed in a ten-room 1850s Federal-style home, the Ripley Museum is filled with more than 600 unique and rare items relating to Ripley's rich, historic past. The Civil War collection includes locally found weapons, photographs, and letters from the men of Ripley, Ohio, and the surrounding region. The museum can provide information about the marker at the nearby site of Camp Ripley, which served as a training and mustering camp during 1861-64.


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From Cincinnati take I-275 to U.S. Route 52 east towards New Richmond. Continue on U.S. Route 52 east for approximately 37.5 miles to Ripley, Ohio.

Visitor Services

Museum, genealogical library, information about other Civil War attractions and events in Ripley.

Regular Events

December: historic homes tour.

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Admission Fee

Adults $3.00 (18+), students $1.00.


April through mid-December: Saturday: 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.; Sunday: 12:00P.M.-5:00 P.M.; or by appointment.



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