Guided Tours are available at many of the area’s finest attractions to enhance your experience.

Friendly docents stand by to escort you through a journey of Marietta’s early history at the Campus Martius Museum or board the WP Snyder, Jr. at the Ohio River Museum. Call the Henry Fearing House Museum, an 1847 Federal style home in Harmar Village, for a taste of middle class life during the Victorian Era.

Epic and full of beauty, The Castle offers an architectural walking tour of Marietta’s historic residential district. While the grand Civil War era mansion always offers a guided walk through of the house, seasonal events like Victorian Christmas ┬átours are full of holiday splendor.

Explore the mysterious and spooky side of Ohio’s first settlement with a to
ur of haunted Marietta. Departing from the fountain near the Lafayette Hotel each Friday and Saturday evening, the Ghost Trek walking tour is lead by ghost hunter and author Lynne Sturtevant.

Hop aboard a trolley for a 90- minute ride through Marietta’s historic district. A knowledgeable guide will point out the most interesting architectural features and tell the stories behind them.

Visit a pre-Civil War era plantation complete with an incredible collection of original furnishings and artifacts– a place where the debate over slavery was waged in earnest. Henderson Hall near Williamstown, West Virginia is open year round.

The Trolley Tour is one of the most popular guided tours offered in Marietta-Washington County.