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Newark Earthworks

900 Cooper Avenue
Newark, Ohio

Phone: 614-344-1920 --

Statement of Purpose:

The Newark earthworks are part of what once was the most extensive earthworks in the country.

The purpose of the structures, which were built by the prehistoric Hopewell people (100 B.C.-A.D. 400), is a mystery.

The Hopewell's engineering feat is preserved in Wright, Octagon, and Moundbuilders earthworks, and Moundbuilders' Ohio Indian Art Museum, the nation's first museum devoted to prehistoric Native American art.


Year-round (Octagon and Wnght earthworks) Daylight hours.

April-Oct.: (Moundbuilders park) 9:30 a.m.-dusk Wed.-Sun.

Memorial Day wknd.-Labor Day: (Ohio Indian Art Museum)

After Labor Day-Oct.: (Ohio Indian Art Museum)

School groups by appointment year-round.

OTHER SITES TO VISIT IN THE AREA After touring the Newark earthworks, visit Flint Ridge State Memorial near Brownsville. For information about events and other places of interest around the state, please call toll-free 1 800 BUCKEYE.

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