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What a marvelous afternoon spent going back to the days of the depression in Appalachia Ohio. John Glenn's boyhood home with Teresa life as he would've known it growing up in small-town America. If you're traveling on interstate 70 across Ohio this is a must...More
The community of New Concord, OH has put together a tremendous museum, celebrating the lives of John and Annie Glenn. If you're traveling through the area on I-70, don't miss the opportunity to reflect on their lives by enjoying the film, and tour through John's...More
We never know where the next American hero will come from. However, those who would try to bet on such things would never have picked New Concord, Ohio - mostly because of its size. New Concord is a college town, and a small one at...More
John Glenn wasn't lost in space really but one of my favorite television shows was "Lost in Space". I was in high school when John Glenn made his orbit and we only got to watch television when there was a space mission. I enjoyed John's...More
The house tour guide was Mrs. Glenn, "Johnny's" mother and the date was August 5, 1944. She did an excellent job of portraying what was happening in the life of the Glenn family at that time and pointed out all the modern conveniences she was...More
This home is where astronaut John Glenn grew up. The tour is a good balance between the historic home, learning how people lived in the past and the history of John Glenn's career. Very reasonably priced. If you've gone before, plan to go again next...More
The tour, the film, the period acting, portraying life during the war years and learning more about John and Annie Glenn was refreshing, especially now. As individuals and as a couple they are an inspiration and truly represent the "Greatest Generation".
Astronaut John Glenn and wife Annie provide inspiring life stories through video, memorabilia and docent tours. Raised together in the small town of New Concord Ohio, they went forth to capture hearts and minds worldwide.