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In this small quiet town I saw this wall on a rainy afternoon in the fall, the leaves had turned. This wall showed the dedication and resiliency that it took to keep this town afloat through all the hardships that is has endured. I loved...More
We walked the mural and really enjoyed all the paintings. I would recommend doing the phone tour that is on the sign at the first mural. Not only did we enjoy the great pictures, but we learned a lot of history from the area.
We was not disappointed when we drove down to visit the wall. Words cannot describe the beauty or magnitude of the project. I love the convenience of calling a # provided in the beginning so you could listen to the description of each mural.
The wall is an artist's rendition of the history of this amazing river town. There is a pamphlet in the visitors center and even a phone guided explanation of each panel of the mural. This area was important in agriculture, industry, sports and education. It...More
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I apologize for just now answering. I didn't see I had a message. Any time you are looking to come to the Portsmouth-Scioto County area, please call the office of the Portsmouth_Scioto County Visitors Bureau, 740-353-1116... More
I apologize for just now answering. I didn't see I had a message. Any time you are looking to come to the Portsmouth-Scioto County area, please call the office of the Portsmouth_Scioto County Visitors Bureau, 740-353-1116. Our office is located at the Scioto County Welcome Center, 342 Second Street.