Boyhood Home of John Glenn

John Glenn Home Becomes A Museum

After nearly a decade of work, the Depression-era boyhood home of John Glenn, restored to vintage austereness, has been opened as a museum to John Glenn in New Concord, OH. "I think of how proud my dad and mother would be with what their home is being used for," Glenn remarked, according to the Associated Press. The home is furnished with many pieces from the original Glenn home, and model airplanes -- like those Glenn built as a child -- hang in his bedroom. Glenn was the first American to orbit the Earth (1962), the world's oldest space traveler (age 77 in 1998), and a powerful U.S. Senator (1974-1998).

May 2019: Photo added.


John and Annie Glenn Museum

72 W. Main St., New Concord, OH
John and Annie Glenn Museum. I-70 exit 169. Drive north on Hwy 83/Friendship Drive for one mile. Turn right (east) onto W. Main St. Drive a quarter-mile. The house/museum will be on the right, just past Maple Ave.
May-Oct W-Sa 10-4, Su 1-4 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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