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Gallia County Convention and Visitors' Bureau


category : Visitors Center
Gallia County offers a range of historical places of interest and outdoor activities to excite the senses and intrigue the imagination. You can relive history or experience the sights and sounds of today, when you make Gallia County in Southeastern Ohio your next weekend destination.


Hours: Sunday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Address: Gallia County Convention and Visitors' Bureau

61 Court Street


Phone: (800) 765-6482
Our Email: visitgallia@charter.net
Our Website:www.visitgallia.com

Come visit us in Gallipolis, Ohio

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Silver Bridge Memorial

The Silver Bridge was built in 1928 as a toll bridge by the Gallia Bridge Company. On December 15, 1967, it collapsed killing 46 people. Two bodies, a woman and a child, were never recovered. Their names are engraved on the top beam of the new bridge.

Gallipolis, OH Historic Bridges

Northup Dam

The Northup Dam features a tranquil waterfall, the result of an old milldam on Raccoon Creek. The 1937 flood washed away the mill. This was a man-made dam, once owned by the Harrington'

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Cora Mill

Orginally built in 1835, Cora Mill is the last of 13

Gallipolis, OH Pioneer History

Primetime Paintball

Be a part of the number three extreme sport in the world at Primetime Paintball!

Primetime Paintball features a pro shop/viewing room, an indoor training room, an indoor playing area and two outdoor playing fields. The pro shop/

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