With the convenient location at the intersection of Interstates 70 and 77, Cambridge attracts many short stay visitors.

A visit to Guernsey County and Historic Downtown Cambridge is a wonderful weekend escape to dine and shop local, and to explore the beautiful surrounding natural Ohio landscapes!

Taking a stroll down Wheeling Avenue, visitors can find antiques, an Art Market, candy and coffee shops, a restored marketplace, historical museums, a theatre, and locally owned restaurants.

The Guernsey Kitchen is located in a restored building from the 1800’s. Originally, a drug store, the Guernsey Kitchen now serves comfort food instead of pharmaceuticals.

McKenna’s Market shares the other half of the historic 1800’s building that houses the Guernsey Kitchen. Originally, the marketplace was an eatery called The Guernsey Dairy Lunch.

There is a deli counter to grab local meats and cheeses, order a fresh-made deli sandwich or to enjoy a scoop of hand-dipped ice cream while exploring this wonderful gem in downtown Cambridge!

Art Market 649 is a small art gallery in the historic downtown district. This open space showcases the creativity and talent of local artists.

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