Enjoy the historic, main street charm of Jefferson, Ohio. Jefferson
has been the heart of and the county seat of Ashtabula County since
1807. Founded in 1803 by Post Master General Gideon Granger, the
village has several historic buildings, including a beautiful courthouse
built in 1836 and the Giddings Law Office, places where Congressman
Joshua Giddings and Senator Benjamin Wade, leaders in the anti-slavery
movement, once practiced law.
Stop for a bite to eat in one of
the many local restaurants or shop the stores where visitors
are always welcome.
Take a short drive out to one of the many local
wineries or one of the many covered bridges in the area.
spring, summer or fall, there is always something going on
Join us in August for family fun at the fairgrounds for the
Ashtabula County Fair.
Fall brings the harvest of grapes at
the local wineries
and the Covered Bridge Festival.Celebrate the holidays
with a Williamsburg Christmas at Jefferson Depot.