9:00 - 330.0 miles / 11 hours - 20:00
9:00 - 147.7 miles / 4 hours 55 minutes - 13:55
Morristown is an extremely well-preserved pike town that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings and street pattern have changed little since the 19th Century, and a local historic plaque program attests to the abundance of historic structures that byway travelers can see while visiting. It offers limited visitor services. The village hosts events when the National Pike wagon train comes through each summer.
14:15 - 13.5 miles / 26 minutes - 14:42
The city of Cambridge is the largest urban area in Guernsey
County and is a National Road pike town. Through Cambridge, the
National Road is Main Street, a bustling commercial corridor lined
with historic buildings that offer many visitor services. Two
blocks north of Main Street is the Wheeling Avenue Historic
District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In addition to its many historic sites and visitor services,
Cambridge offers byway travelers the opportunity to visit one of
several glass museums. The city was the site many glassmakers in
the early 20th Century, including the well-known Cambridge Glass
which is highly collectible today.
15:22 - 7.7 miles / 15 minutes - 15:37
The village of Old Washington is a highly intact pike town. It features an abundance of Federal-style and Italianate homes as well as a traditional pike town street pattern. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
15:47 - 35.1 miles / an hour 10 minutes - 16:58
Hollins Market first opened in 1836. At the turn of the 19th
century, the market contained hundreds of stalls, reaching from
Poppleton to Carey Streets. Wares sold and purchased by a diverse
group of merchants and shoppers included farm produce, baked goods,
meats, and home produced wares. Although the market is smaller
today, you'll still find high quality goods.
18:58 - 30.9 miles / an hour a minute - 20:00