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Tour of Historic Anderson

Tour of Historic Anderson - A Free Self-Guided Tour 

Landmarks open for visit during self-guided tour on September 30th.

If you’ve seen Anderson’s historic buildings but never visited some of them, take an afternoon to tour all these still-standing places of interest during a special event called, “Tour of Historic Anderson.”

Scheduled for 1-4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30, the free go-at-your-own-pace tour features some of the places that have shaped Anderson’s history. The tour includes a school that is now a restaurant, a 200+ year-old log cabin, one of the oldest stone houses still standing in southern Ohio, and the Johnson Hills Park home. The tour is part of the township’s celebration of its 225th anniversary.

In addition, plans are being made for stops at historic sites in neighboring communities, including the neighborhoods of California, Mt. Washington and the Village of Newtown.

“One of the interesting things I have done since becoming a trustee is tour some of our historic buildings. I hope many residents will take advantage of this opportunity to see inside of these places and celebrate our heritage,” said Trustee Dee Stone. For a downloadable link to the tour, go to