New Antique Shop at Motel

Norwich Antiques & More

Norwich Antiques & MoreBaker’s Motel now has a nice 1500 square foot antique shop where guests can easily walk to on the property as it is located in the middle building providing easy access from both parts of the motel. Our new antique shop offers many antiques, collectibles, primitives and so much more. All items are neatly organized for you convenience, you can spend alot of time looking over the many items that we carry.
Our new antique shop is appropriately name Norwich Antiques & More, the shop is air-conditioned and quite nice. Travelers and guest alike will enjoy looking through the many antiques, collectibles and more that we carry and are continually updating. Plan a weekend at Baker’s Motel and enjoy the cleanest rooms in Muskingum County offering a step back that no where else can offer as all of the other properties are newer cookie cutter properties and we have almost 80 years satisfying our guests.20160623_081419
Additionally you can view many other antique shops, pottery shops, fleas markets and more with in a mile of the motel, plus the Zane Grey Museum is directly across the street.

Informational Signage – Ohio National Road

Ohio National Road Informational Signage

Ohio National Road

Informational Signage

The Ohio National Road Association, the statewide organization, continues to add informational signage along The National

Road. Approximately  thirty signs have been placed across the state of Ohio. These signs share history and educational information pertinent to the location where they are placed.

Informational Sign Unveiling

On Sunday, June 1st three of these signs will be unveiled at two locations along The National Road in Muskingum County. A Welcome Sign and a Mile Marker Sign will be unveiled at the National Road-Zane Grey Museum at 2:15 pm with a “Motel” Sign unveiling following at 2:45 pm. at Baker’s Motel located across the road from the museum. Baker’s Motel was selected as the perfect location for the “Motel” sign which shares photographs of early transportation and motel signage as well as the history of development of these accommodations from the early 1900’s. There were “mom and pop” motels located all along Route 40 in all sizes. Many of these such as Baker’s Motel remain along older highways today.

We invite you to attend the ceremony to dedicate these signs.

For Immediate Release

Mary Ellen Weingartner, Vice President

Ohio National Road Association