🌍🏛️ Explore America's newest UNESCO World Heritage Site - the Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks in Ohio, a remarkable prehistoric structure representing the Hopewell culture.
❇️ The Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks is a series of eight monumental earthen enclosure complexes built between 2,000 and 1,600 years ago.
❇️ These structures are the most representative surviving expressions of the Indigenous tradition known as the Hopewell culture.
❇️ The mounds are of significant scale, with the Great Pyramid of Cheops fitting inside the Wright Earthworks.
❇️ Visit the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park in Chillicothe, Ohio, to explore the mounds and plan your visit.
❇️ The park is open year-round, with fewer crowds in the shoulder seasons of late fall and just after the new year.
❇️ Accessible trails and a wheelchair are available, ensuring everyone can enjoy the park's beauty.
❇️ Admission to the park is free, and a visitor's center provides information and assistance.
❇️ While camping is not available within the park, nearby campgrounds and hotels offer accommodation options.
❇️ Discover more mounds outside the park by visiting npshistory.com.
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