Tucked away in the Historic Town Center, the Grove City Welcome Center and Museum houses an eclectic collection of historical artifacts, historical information on Grove City, and even an old bank vault from the building’s days as a bank. The Grove City Historical Commission and the Southwest Franklin County Historical Society maintain the exhibits and change them throughout the year.
Looking for travel information? Aside from the 24 hour foyer chock full of local information, the Welcome Center houses hundreds of brochures from attractions in and around Grove City and beyond. The Grove City Visitors Center, located on Broadway also has visitor information and houses the Visit Grove City offices.
3378 Park Street, Grove City, OH 43123
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Discover a comfortable and convenient lodging experience when you choose our modern hotel, and find an enjoyable escape with numerous amenities and features. Enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout your stay, free parking, free local calls and free Bright Side Breakfast served each morning. You’ll love the many options at this morning meal, including waffles, hot and cold cereal, bagels, muffins, pastries, fresh fruit, coffee and more. Relax in La Quinta Inn's indoor swimming pool and spa, take advantage of their guest laundry facilities or use their meeting space to plan an event.Read More
The Grant-Sawyer Home, formerly known as the A.G. Grant Homestead, is the oldest home in Grove City. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and was occupied by descendants of the same family since the 1840s. There are only a handful of homes in Ohio that can make the same claim.Read More