Marion County, Ohio Historic Places

Caldonia Village Hall
(certification in progress)
Caledonia Bowstring Bridge
Architect and Builder: Wrought Iron Bridge Company. The 104 x 16-foot bridge originally spanned the Scioto River in western Marion County. It was erected in 1873. It was moved a hundred years later to its present location on the Whetstone River.
Harding Tomb
 Architect: Henry Horbostel.
Harding House
Hotel Harding
 Architecture: Late 19th Century Revivals. The architectural design was provided by William Earl Russ.
Hotel Youngstown
 (certification in progress)
King Mansion-Etowah, Central Christian Church
Achitecture: Mission-Spanish Revival.
Marion Cemetery Receiving Vault
Architecture: Gothic. Architect: David W. Gibbs.
Marion County Courthouse
Architect: David W. Gibbs and Company.
Palace Theater
Architect: John Eberhard.
Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Chapel
Architecture: Late Gothic Revival. Architect: Joseph Carabelli.
Bretz Farm--Morrall
Architecture: Italian Villa
Wyatt`s Tavern-Fort Morrow SiteŚWaldo
Nathaniel Wyatt, proprietor of the tavern, operated the business from about 1810 to 1825. In 1812, an eight-foot palisade was built around the tavern as a defense for local settlers against the Wyandot Indians. The fort/tavern was abandoned about 1825.