Serpent Mound Panorama - Photo by Kip May.
3850 State Route 73, Peebles, Ohio - Phone: 1-800-752-2757
Official 2015 Visitor Information
2015 Park Hours
|Serpent Mound is open every day from dawn to dusk.|
|Museum hours vary with the season, please refer to the table below.|
|Winter travelers, please note that the park roads and grounds are not plowed in the winter, and may not be accessible in high snow or icy conditions.|
|Special extended hours for the following events:|
|Spring Equinox, Friday, March 20, 2015, 6:30am-7:30pm|
|Summer Solstice, Sunday, June 21, 2015; 6am-9:30pm|
|Autumn Equinox, Wednesday September 23, 2015, 7am-8pm|
|Winter Solstice, Tuesday, December 22, 2015, 10am-9pm|
2015 Museum Hours
|March 7||Open Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm, Closed Weekdays|
|April||Open Daily, 10am-4pm|
|May||Open Mon-Thurs 10am-4pm; Fri, Sat, & Sun 9am-5pm|
|June-Oct||Open Mon-Thurs 10am-4pm; Fri, Sat, & Sun 9am-6pm|
|Nov-Dec 20||Open Sat & Sun 10am-4pm, Closed Weekdays|
For safety please honor all posted hours of operation, and please respect our small staff as we
do whatever possible to accommodate our guests while protecting the grounds from vandalism.
A parking fee of $8 per vehicle is charged at Serpent Mound. The fee helps our non-profit organization keep Serpent Mound open to the public. Donations to the Arc of Appalachia are also greatly appreciated.
Free parking for all Ohio Historical Society & Arc of Appalachia members.
Park Amenities & Info
Groups & Events Welcome
Please schedule ahead of time so our staff can accommodate your group. More information for groups.
In Partnership with Ohio History Connection
In 2009, the non-profit Arc of Appalachia Preserve System was honored to begin serving as the on-site manager for Serpent Mound in partnership with its long term and current owners, Ohio History Connection.
Ohio History Connection has stewarded the Serpent Mound park since the year 1900. The organization built the beautiful shelter house at the park, the museum, and the observation tower, and maintained the park, protecting the site for over a century.