National Register of Historic Places listings in Ohio

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This is a list of properties and districts in Ohio that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are over 4.000 in total. Of these, 73 are National Historic Landmarks. There are listings in each of Ohio's 88 counties.

Contents

The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below), may be seen in an online map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates". [1]

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 24, 2021. [2]

Current listings by county

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008 [3] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site. [4] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis. [5] Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.

Ohio Statehouse, in Franklin County Ohio Statehouse columbus.jpg
Ohio Statehouse, in Franklin County
Abram S. Piatt House and Donn S. Piatt House, in Logan County Mac-O-Chee-Mac-A-Cheek montage.jpg
Abram S. Piatt House and Donn S. Piatt House, in Logan County
Cleveland Mall, in Cuyahoga County ClevelandMall.jpg
Cleveland Mall, in Cuyahoga County
Interurban Bridge, in Wood County Farnsworth Metropark.jpg
Interurban Bridge, in Wood County
Franklin Park Conservatory, in Franklin County FPConservatory.jpg
Franklin Park Conservatory, in Franklin County
Glenford Bank, in Perry County Glenford Bank.jpg
Glenford Bank, in Perry County
Monroe Bank, in Monroe County Monroe Bank.jpg
Monroe Bank, in Monroe County
County# of Sites
1 Adams 16
2 Allen 31
3 Ashland 19
4 Ashtabula 41
5 Athens 29
6 Auglaize 24
7 Belmont 27
8 Brown 26
9 Butler 90
10 Carroll 11
11 Champaign 35
12 Clark 41
13 Clermont 28
14 Clinton 18
15 Columbiana 44
16 Coshocton 20
17 Crawford 26
18.1 Cuyahoga: Cleveland 260
18.2 Cuyahoga: Other 159
18.3Cuyahoga: Duplicates4 [6]
18.4Cuyahoga: Total415
19 Darke 26
20 Defiance 12
21 Delaware 58
22.1 Erie: Sandusky 114
22.2 Erie: Other 65
22.3Erie: Total179
23 Fairfield 47
24 Fayette 17
25.1 Franklin: Columbus 169
25.2 Franklin: Other 175
25.3Franklin: Total344
26 Fulton 7
27 Gallia 8
28 Geauga 18
29 Greene 44
30 Guernsey 21
31.1a Hamilton: Cincinnati: Downtown 60
31.1b Hamilton: Cincinnati: East 125
31.1c Hamilton: Cincinnati: West 92
31.1dHamilton: Cincinnati: Duplicates(1) [7]
31.1e Hamilton: Cincinnati: Total 276
31.2 Hamilton: Other 96
31.3Hamilton: Total372
32 Hancock 14
33 Hardin 7
34 Harrison 7
35 Henry 4
36 Highland 27
37 Hocking 13
38 Holmes 16
39 Huron 17
40 Jackson 14
41 Jefferson 25
42 Knox 45
43 Lake 80
44 Lawrence 20
45 Licking 64
46 Logan 10
47 Lorain 121
48 Lucas 91
49 Madison 11
50 Mahoning 71
51 Marion 17
52 Medina 31
53 Meigs 9
54 Mercer 29
55 Miami 45
56 Monroe 10
57.1 Montgomery: Dayton 110
57.2 Montgomery: Other 43
57.2Montgomery: Duplicates(1) [8]
57.4Montgomery: Total152
58 Morgan 6
59 Morrow 15
60 Muskingum 80
61 Noble 10
62 Ottawa 31
63 Paulding 4
64 Perry 14
65 Pickaway 32
66 Pike 8
67 Portage 49
68 Preble 19
69 Putnam 10
70 Richland 67
71 Ross 44
72 Sandusky 12
73 Scioto 41
74 Seneca 44
75 Shelby 19
76 Stark 90
77.1 Summit: Akron 59
77.2 Summit: Other 123
77.3Summit: Duplicates1 [9]
77.4Summit: Total181
78 Trumbull 36
79 Tuscarawas 24
80 Union 9
81 Van Wert 8
82 Vinton 11
83 Warren 53
84 Washington 37
85 Wayne 20
86 Williams 7
87 Wood 33
88 Wyandot 10
(duplicates)(18) [10]
Total:4,050
LeVeque Tower, in Franklin County Columbus-ohio-leveque-tower.jpg
LeVeque Tower, in Franklin County
Rutherford B. Hayes House, National Historic Landmark in Sandusky County Spiegel Grove (Rutherford B. Hayes Summer Home).jpg
Rutherford B. Hayes House, National Historic Landmark in Sandusky County
Bucyrus Commercial Historic District, in Crawford County Crawford County Ohio Courthouse 2.JPG
Bucyrus Commercial Historic District, in Crawford County
Huffman Field, National Historic Landmark in Greene County HuffmanPraireHangerAndCatapult.jpg
Huffman Field, National Historic Landmark in Greene County
Tyler Davidson Fountain, in Hamilton County TylerDavidsonFountainAtNight.jpg
Tyler Davidson Fountain, in Hamilton County
Barnesville Petroglyph, in Belmont County Tracks at Barnesville Petroglyph.JPG
Barnesville Petroglyph, in Belmont County
Dr. Albert Linaweaver House, in Hancock County Dr. Albert Linaweaver House.jpg
Dr. Albert Linaweaver House, in Hancock County

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References

  1. The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved September 24, 2021.
  3. "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places . National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  4. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
  5. Weekly List Actions, National Register of Historic Places website
  6. Fairhill Road Village Historic District (Cleveland and Cleveland Heights), Garfield Memorial (Cleveland and Cleveland Heights), Shaker Village Historic District (Cleveland, Cleveland Heights, and Shaker Heights), Woodland-Larchmere Commercial Historic District (Cleveland and Shaker Heights)
  7. The Over-the-Rhine Historic District is split between eastern and western Cincinnati.
  8. Miami Valley Golf Course and Clubhouse
  9. The Valley Railway Historic District is split between Akron and several other communities in Summit County
  10. The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Adams-Gray House (Coshocton and Muskingum), Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge (Cuyahoga and Summit), Dean Road Bridge (Erie and Lorain), Hocking Valley Railway Historic District (Athens and Hocking), Interurban Bridge (Lucas and Wood), Jaite Mill Historic District (Cuyahoga and Summit), Lockington Locks Historical Area (Miami and Shelby), Lynchburg Covered Bridge (Clinton and Highland), Miami and Erie Canal Deep Cut (Allen and Auglaize), Muskingum River Navigation Historic District (Coshocton, Morgan, Muskingum, and Washington), Ohio and Erie Canal (Cuyahoga and Summit), Plymouth Historic District (Huron and Richland), Seven Ranges Terminus (Carroll, Stark, and Tuscarawas), Station Road Bridge (Cuyahoga and Summit), and Valley Railway Historic District (Cuyahoga and Summit).