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Cardboard Boat Museum

311 Front St, New Richmond, OH 45157-1305
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Fun and Unusual

Was in area for a Street Festival, enjoyed looking at all the different type & style boats... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2018
LDodson484
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Clinton, Kentucky, United States
GO AND SEE THIS!

What a great find on our weekend adventures! Neat little museum of - cardboard boats for a regatta... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2016
Porthos7
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West Chester, Ohio
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8 Jun 2018
“Fun and Unusual”
27 Jun 2016
“GO AND SEE THIS!”
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311 Front St, New Richmond, OH 45157-1305
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Reviewed 9 June 2018

Was in area for a Street Festival, enjoyed looking at all the different type & style boats. Beautiful view of OH river on back deck

Thank LDodson484
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Reviewed 28 June 2016

What a great find on our weekend adventures! Neat little museum of - cardboard boats for a regatta that they have locally once a year. The boats on display are interesting and beautiful - go support this little gem of a museum. You'll only need...More

Thank Porthos7
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Reviewed 25 April 2016

This place was so much fun to visit! I want to build a cardboard boat to float in the next event. It was so interesting to see all of the ideas.

Thank lisaquinn54
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Reviewed 15 June 2015

Great lil place to visit if you come down to New Richmond when its open.. the cardboard boats are just super neat to look at .. ! amazing these things float on the river !

Thank Chris L
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Reviewed 25 September 2014

Interesting place to visit. We were fortunate to be taken there by Greg Roberts , recently appointed village administrator. He took us on a historic walking tour of New Richmond.

Thank TravelingDiva13
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Reviewed 17 December 2012

the people there take great pride in their museum and making anyone walking in the building a welcome guest and they appreciate you visiting them! I try to stop by as often as possible to see their new projects and enjoy some great humor! thank...More

3  Thank Andy M
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Reviewed 26 February 2012

really great guys and some really cool boats. These guys do more than just show off their incredibly creative and well-done cardboard boats - they support community groups that want to enter the annual cardboard boat race each summer. This is one of those quirky...More

1  Thank stevereviews
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