|Situated in Ross County, Ohio is a famous tourist attraction known for Hopewell Culture National Historic Park, previously known as the Mound City Group National Park. This historic Ohio attraction is made up of earthworks as well as burial mounds from the Hopewell Culture, part of the ancestral Native American's traditions.
To have a good sense of the area's significant cultural past, visitors of the park can see its archeological possessions that were there since the beginning of the Hopewell Culture. In addition, they can view the nature's impressive work of art from the Hopewell Culture, which form geometric shapes such as squares and circles. This Ohio national park also has a museum wherein guests can learn more about the people who inhabited the said area as well as the animals and plant life that grow in its environment.
After getting a good look at the Ohio historic surroundings, visitors can relax and choose any of the national park's outdoor areas. They can also purchase souvenirs and keepsakes from different shops near the park. This wonderful tourist destination in Ohio is open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, seven days a week.