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Stephen-KarenConn Says: The interior of this fine restaurant is made to look like a riverboat, and the walls are decorated with an inpressive collection of long rifles, including one made by J. J. Henry who accompanied the Benedict Arnold expedition to Quebecin 1775. We enjoyed two breakfasts and...
The Historic downtown district of Marietta is truly a unique shopping experience. Take a relaxing walk by brick streets and charming lamp-posts.Explore the collection of colorful shops offering antiques, vintage clothing, collectibles, fine jewelry, novelties, books. etc.
I liked the front of this store "Porter's Florist" which is featured in my photo.
Written Nov 17, 2010
Address: Front Street & Putnam Street
OK - where to put this tip! The MARIETTA HARBOR CONCESSION STAND is not really a restaurant and not really for shopping. But I do think it is a local tradition or local custom to come here. It's near the walking trails, near the walkway to Harmar Village and it has great views of the Muskingum River.
The concession stand located at 1 Butler Street, offers cold drinks - ice - hand dipped ice cream - hot dogs - snacks. And it also includes the Harbor Gift Shop.
It was closed when we were there on Tuesday, October 19.
Updated Nov 17, 2010
butterflykizzez04 Says: After we left Marietta, we took a little drive north and jumped off the interstate just before Cambridge. We found this wonderful apple orchard and thoroughly enjoyed spending a few hours picking apples and even getting a great BIG PUMPKIN...it was alot of fun!!!!The pumpkin...
Stephen-KarenConn Says: Just over the Ohio River from Marietta, in Williamstown, West Virginia, is Fenton Art Glass. This family owned and operated business, founded in 1905, is the largest manufacturer of handmade colored glass in the United States. They serve a large and enthusiastic following of...