Village of Mt. Pleasant & Quaker Meeting House
Mt. Pleasant was a center for antislavery activities and was well known as a station of The Underground Railroad. In 2005 it was designated as a National Historic Landmark District of the Underground Railroad. Century old homes in a variety of architectural styles line the streets. The Historical Society of Mt. Pleasant owns five and operates six museums in the village. This charming village still stands as a “Monument” to the Society of Friends and the others who proved to be a small but influential group in the shaping of America.
State Route 150
Mt. Pleasant, OH 43939