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Upper Sandusky is a small town on the way to many places. The City is at the junction of many major highways. US Route 23 (north/south highway) and US Route 30 (east/west highway) are two very popular highways that cross the area. It is a favorite "halfway" stop for travelers going from Columbus to Toledo or Lima to Mansfield. While it might not be your final destination, it's worth a look around while you're here.
Upper Sandusky is the place for any history lover as the area is rich with history. Ohio's last organized Native American tribe, the Wyandots, called this area home until 1843. One of the state's largest collections of Native American artifacts can be found at the Historical Society Museum, in Upper Sandusky. The Wyandotte Mission Church dates back to the 1820s and is the site of the Methodist's first North American mission. Don’t forget to visit the Indian Mill State Memorial and Milling Museum, built in 1861 while you’re in Upper.
Stop and eat at one of our many locally owned restaurants or visit one of our 6 scenic and relaxing parks. Don’t just pass by, stop and take time to say hello!