Visitor’s Center

Come visit the Steubenville Visitor’s Center, conveniently located in downtown Steubenville at 120 South 3rd Street. Learn about the many things to do in Jefferson County.

Our Hours, May-October

Monday – Saturday, 10am-4pm
Sunday, 11am-4pm

Our Hours, November-April

Monday – Friday, 10am-4pm
Saturday – Sunday, CLOSED

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Historical Society members, Tom Haynes, Jean Fitzgerald and Nina Sutherland showing off one of the new signs commemorating Moses Fleetwood Walker. The signs were donated by Don and Angela Feenerty. ... See MoreSee Less
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Saturday, Oct. 7, is Fleetwood Walker Day! Take an autumn trip to Jefferson County and visit the Walker Mural on S. 3rd Street and historic Union Cemetery in Steubenville where he and his brother Welday are buried, and then to Historic Mt. Pleasant to see his birthplace. If you stop in the Steubenville Visitor Center on his birthday, you'll get a free postcard!Moses Fleetwood Walker was born in Mount Pleasant, Jefferson Co., Ohio in 1857. He was the son of Dr Moses W Walker (1821-?) and Carolina Ohara (1823-1893). In 1883, Fleet Walker was signed to play for the Toledo Blue Stockings, a minor-league team in the Northwestern League. In 1884 the team became major league and so Fleet became the first man who identified as an African American to play professional baseball player. (1884 photo of the Blue Stockings Fleetwood Walker center back row.) ... See MoreSee Less
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The Visitor Center is your resource for information on the city, county, and state. Need a map or a postcard or list of upcoming events? Call or stop by! ... See MoreSee Less
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Steubenville's Union Cemetery is on the National Register of Historic Places, the final resting place of notable Americans. A walking tour of the cemetery with three historians will be held on Saturday at 10am. ... See MoreSee Less
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