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Cambridge Performing Arts Centre

642 Wheeling Ave, Cambridge, Oh 43725 


Since 1976, The Cambridge Performing Arts Centre has featured regional talent of all ages in live stage productions. This historic theater, originally known as The Strand Theater; complete with original seats and box office window, continues to provide wholesome family stage entertainment, including musical and straight shows.

National Museum of Cambridge Glass

139 S 9th Street, Cambridge, Oh 43725


The National Museum of Cambridge Glass is owned and operated by the National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. The museum is open April through October. The hours of operation Wednesday through Saturday 10 to 4 and Sunday noon to 4. The museum is closed on Easter and the 4th of July.

General Admission $6.00
AAA & Seniors $5.00
Children under 12 are Free

View a short vintage film that explains the handmade glassmaking process used by The Cambridge Glass Company (1902-1958). Hold the tools used many years ago and see over 8,000 pieces of colorful Cambridge Glass. Visit the museum’s Edna McManus Shepard Education Center to feel the quality of the crystal and do a pencil rubbing from an authentic etching plate. A gift shop is available.

Guernsey County History Museum

218 N Eighth Street, Cambridge, Oh, 43725


188 year old, restored 16 room home museum, containing antique furnishings, products and personal items from Guernsey County, including a display of an authentic one-room school house and a life like replica of a coal mine from the 1890’s. Open April through December on Tues., Thurs., and Sat. 12noon to 3pm. Open other times and days by appointment. Admission: $5.00 for adults $3.00 for children.

Dickens Victorian Village

708 Wheeling Ave

Cambridge, Ohio 43725


Take a trip back in time and experience old world England as historic downtown Cambridge, Ohio, is charmingly transformed into a Dickens Victorian Village each holiday season.
From November through mid January each year, visitors are invited to stroll amidst over 92 scenes of 166 lifelike figures representing classic scenes from Victorian society.
This innovative public art exhibition is enjoyed by families, couples, and groups alike – an experience that engages the senses as you explore the charming streetscape, striking historic architecture, and eclectic shops and eateries of Cambridge.

Mosser Glass Factory/Showroom/ Gift Shop

9279 Cadiz Road, Cambridge, Ohio 43725


From day one, Tom Mosser was committed to manufacturing quality glassware, and his dedication was rewarded with continuing success. In 1971, he established Mosser Glass with a product line that blends new designs with timeless classics acquired from Viking, L.G. Wright and of course, Cambridge Glass.

Today, Mosser Glass employs more than 30 people in an efficient manufacturing process configured to provide the highest quality glassware for our customers. And the fine family tradition continues with family members continuing to operate the company. With the mix of generations – from Tom and Georgianna to their son Tim and daughters Sally and Mindy – this family brings new ideas to the company without the loss of the traditions our customers cherish.

Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center

Glenn Highway, Cambridge, Ohio 43725


The Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center hosts a wide array of events including a variety series of shows, weddings, receptions, musicals, meeting and expos.

Salt Fork State Park

14755 Cadiz Road, Cambridge Ohio 43725


The landscape of rural Guernsey County appears as a patchwork of forested hills, open meadows and misty valleys threaded by numerous streams. At the heart of this region is Salt Fork State Park, encompassing the woodlands and fields flanking Salt Fork Reservoir. As Ohio’s largest state park, Salt Fork boasts 17,229-acres of recreational facilities to suit nearly every taste.