Spend a Day as a Tourist in Springfield, Ohio
There’s so much to see and do in Springfield, you’ll immediately want to book your next trip back.
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Springfield is rich in history, outdoor activities, landmarks, and other interesting sights. If you’re looking to move to Springfield or are planning to make a visit in the near future to visit relatives or just to sightsee, look no further than this guide to everything you need to know to plan the best adventures in Springfield.
The Pennsylvania House Museum
History buff or not, you’ll appreciate this historic wonder
Built way back in 1839, the Pennsylvania House was a popular inn along the National Road. The 7,000 square foot Federal-style structure originally had 26 rooms and a kitchen separate from the house. There were also several large barns that were built adjacent to the house. The barns sheltered the wagons and livestock of the inn’s guests. If you plan your visit today, you won’t see the barns or the kitchen, but you will be able to see the remaining inn, which intrigues visitors with its three floors of 19th-century furniture, paintings, clocks, portraits, china, glass, dolls, and textiles. The Pennsylvania House has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1973. The house hosts occasional seasonal events, but regular open hours are every Saturday and Sunday from 1-3pm from March to December every year.
The Westcott House
Admire Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural genius
If you love architecture, you’ll love and appreciate Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westcott House. The masterpiece of arguably the most important architect of the modern era, The Westcott House was designed in 1906 and built-in 1908. In the early 1940s, the interior of the house was converted from an open floor plan into a multi-unit apartment building, which changed the architecture so significantly that it no longer reflected the design intent of Wright himself. Because of these changes, the Westcott House remained an undiscovered relic for many years. Through the joint efforts of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy and the Westcott House Foundation, today the Westcott House reflects Wright’s original design and now serves as a notable, newly revitalized example of Wright's legacy.
When you visit, you can book a tour, which goes through the outer and inner parts of the house. Outside there is a terrace, a lily pond, gardens, and other landscape elements. There is an extensive pergola capped with an intricate wooden trellis as well. The inside features unique furnishings and architectural elements as well. There is also a gift shop that can’t be passed up.