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Will be back

My daughter and I stopped at this monument earlier this year. It had been vastly improved since... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2018
Rose B
Cincinnati, Ohio
Interesting site

This is the tomb of William Henry Harrison. The tomb looks impressive, especially with eagle... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2018
Lexington, Massachusetts
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Tomb of the ninth president of the United States, William Harrison.
North Bend, OH
+1 614-297-2630
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Reviewed 4 July 2018

My daughter and I stopped at this monument earlier this year. It had been vastly improved since last I had been here. The tours are at special times (not always available), so we do plan to call to find out when we can visit again...More

Thank Rose B
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

When in town, I always stop by the “tomb”. I was unable to get to it as they are replacing the old stone steps out front. It was a disappointment, but glad to see some renovations in the works, it’s a beautiful old place. I...More

Thank FranknMary1
Reviewed 22 May 2018

I was hesitant to visit this site, knowing the history of this man and what he did to the Native Americans, butchering young and old, stealing their land without remorse. My wife and I decided to check it out, and trying to be fair, it...More

Thank Bbear44
Reviewed 19 April 2018

This is the tomb of William Henry Harrison. The tomb looks impressive, especially with eagle statues in front of it. There are also some information boards that talk about his life, as well as that of his family members. Probably 15-30 minutes is fine to...More

Thank tedkirby
Reviewed 11 December 2017

We traveled a while on the Ohio River Scenic Byway from Indiana to get here, and it’s NOT scenic in this area; too industrial and developed. There’s a very limited view of the river from Harrison’s obelisk on the hillside. There’s limited parking and the...More

1  Thank Mack3065
Reviewed 19 June 2017

A very good overview of President Harrison's life is available near the actual tomb/monument. It puts into perspective his times and his impressive resume. Just across the street is a old cemetery where some of his relatives were buried. All worth a visit. Nearby is...More

Thank Leon67203
Reviewed 29 May 2017

GPS will lead you right to this site. Parking is available right down the street on the same side as the tomb across the street from a house. There are many stairs to climb to reach the tomb. There was what looked like a ramp...More

Thank MTravi
Reviewed 2 May 2017

A hidden surprise along the Ohio River. William Henry Harrison and his grandson Benjamin Harrison were 9th and 23rd presidents of the US. The contributions of their family are long forgotten. A visit to this beautiful monument and the adjoining Congress Green Cemetery reminds you...More

1  Thank Dickie M
Reviewed 25 September 2016 via mobile

This is a wonderful memorial with a very large monument built in 1922, whereas the tomb itself has been there since 1841. There is a short path from the parking lot to the tomb, so not much of a walk. This is near the Ohio...More

Thank LiketoeatCincinnati
Reviewed 13 August 2016

The William Henry Harrison Tomb is a brilliant monument and a must see for all who enjoy U.S. Presidential history. It is one of the greatest monuments to any U.S. President I have had the opportunity to visit . The monument is itself a work...More

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