Orange Johnson House

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Facility:Orange Johnson House
Description:The Orange Johnson House was built in 1811 and expanded in 1819. It is now a museum belonging to the Worthington Historical Society. The front portion built in 1819 is a elegant example of Federal style architecture with a lovely arched fan light entry and spacious rooms. The back portion of the house is a charming 1811 pioneer structure with a keeping room and working fireplace which is used on special occasions for fireplace cooking demonstrations. The house is furnished with period furniture, some of which have a connection to early Worthington families and activities.
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Address 1:956 High St
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City:Worthington
State/Province:OH
Zip Code:43085
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:open Sundays (excluding holidays) featuring docent guided tours, 2:00 to 5:00, mid-February to mid-December. Special tours may be arranged six weeks in advance of tour date by calling the Society's headquarters at 614-885-1247.
Admission:Admission: $3 adult, $2 children.
Telephone:(614) 885-1247
Website:Visit Website
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