Serpent Mound

Serpent Mound photograph
Serpent Mound photograph  [Source]

Serpent Mound is an internationally known National Historic Landmark built by the ancient cultures of Ohio. It is an effigy mound (a mound in the shape of an animal) representing a snake with a curled tail. Nearby are three burial mounds—two created by the Adena culture (800 B.C.–A.D. 100), and one by the Fort Ancient culture (A.D. 1000–1650). Serpent Mound has no associated burials and was likely used for ceremonial purposes.

Learn more about Serpent Mound here: https://www.ohiohistory.org/visit/museum-and-site-locator/serpent-mound

*Note that this site visit includes significant walking and standing outdoors in areas not sheltered from the weather during the on-site presentation by Dr. Bradley Lepper. Make sure you wear shoes suitable for walking on uneven ground, as our visit will include an optional excursion down a hiking trail to get a better view of the plateau on which the Serpent Mound was built.

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