The Ultimate Ross County Experience!
This pass is good for three of Ross County Ohio’s gems. Pass gains entrance to: Adena Mansion and Gardens, The Ross County Historical Society Museums and Tecumseh. Also includes a guide to ancient earthworks in the county, including the Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks, the United States’ newest UNESCO World Heritage Site!
Reservations are not needed to use your pass. Pass is good during regular hours at all locations. Pass is good during regular business hours throughout the 2024 seasons at each location. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE
Tecumseh is performed Tuesday through Saturday nights at 8PM from June 14-Sept 1. To use pass at Tecumseh, simply present at the box office window, day of show after 4PM. Pass is good for one admission to the best seating available. Allow 3 hours.
Adena Mansion and Gardens Is open April-October On Wednesday-Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 12pm-5pm. The last tour is at 3:30 pm. Simply present pass at ticket desk for admission to house tour. Allow 2 hours.
Ross County Heritage Center is open April – December, Tuesday – Saturday 1-5PM. Simply present pass at ticket desk for admission to the museums. Allow 2 hours.
Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks are an UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is no admission to these sites, so you won’t need your pass here, but your purchase includes some printed visitors guides to better understand and interpret as you visit. Sites are open dawn to dusk. There is a visitors center at Mound City, and we recommend starting your tour of these stunning sites here!
Experience Ross Passes save you $10-$20 and allow you the freedom to use at any time, without locking yourself into dates. Feel free to use them over several days or weeks, or use all in one day! Your passes will be waiting for you at whichever location you decide to explore first (Adena, Tecumseh or Heritage Center. You cannot pick up your pass at Hopewell), along with visitors guides.
Welcome to Ross County and Chillicothe, your premier southern Ohio destination of historical sites, great outdoors and hospitality. Situated in the foothills of the Appalachian Region of America, Ross County offers outdoor enthusiasts 5 State Parks, 1 National Park and over 200 miles of trails to explore. Our historical sites will take you through time from over 2,000 years ago with the pre-historic cultures that created magnificent, ancient earthworks to the founding of Chillicothe and life in the 19th century. information on Ross County and all it has to offer, visit The Ross Chillicothe Convention and Visitors Bureau.