About the Golden Triangle
Experience a refreshing change from the usual
The Golden Triangle of Columbiana County, Ohio, including Hanoverton, Lisbon and Salem, is conveniently located equidistantly just ten miles from one another. This Triangle provides am untapped look into history, culture, arts, things culinary and everything in between.
The communities of the Golden Triangle in Northeast Ohio have partnered together to bring visitors this hidden treasure trove of attractions. The Triangle is thrilled to offer a closer look at their communities. You must checked out the fine shops lined along brick sidewalks, award winning eateries, live performance theater, ghostly graveyards, historic Civil War sites, old canals, underground railroad sites, historical stately homes, fine museums, re-enactments taking you back in time, and so much more!
Experience the history of this important New England style town. Stroll down Plymouth Street & pass along the famous "Brick Row." Stop at Grove Hill Cemetery that has over 70 Civil War veterans buried there ... Possibly experience a ghost tale or two!
Don't Miss These Places
- Spread Eagle Tavern & Inn
- The Meeting House
- Hanover House
- Historic "Brick Row"
- Cemetery Tours & Ghost Walk (seasonal)
- Stone Gate Manor
- Dungannon Catholic Church
(1st wooden church)
Come for a visit and hear stories of the Underground Railroad movement ... and how the Sandy and Beaver Canals and coffins from a local funeral home played a part. Re-live Morgan's surrender and the love story of Edwin and Mary Stanton. Stop at the historic Steel Trolley Diner for an old fashion milkshake or a piece of their famous oatmeal pie. Truly unique.
Don't Miss These Stops
- The Old Stone House & Train Station
- PL&W Train Station
- Hamilton Building (painted in blood in 1803)
- The Famous Steel Trolley Diner (authentic Diner)
- Train and canal history and locations
- Bye & Bye Hardware
Visit the "City of Peace." Stroll down brick lined sidewalks in a distinct historic shopping district, enjoy the natural beauty of "Grande Avenue" and its landmark Underground Railroad homes, and don't forget to see this town the way Charles Burchfield did and experience all of its arts and culture. Before you leave be sure to get the true history of Alan Freed ... Mr. Rock n' Roll!
You must experience
- Charles Burchfield Homestead
- Salem Community Theater
- Wilbur Friends Meeting House
- Salem Historical Society & Freedom Hall
- Historic South Lincoln - "Grande Avenue"
and so much more!!