Charter to or from Portsmouth, Ohio by requesting a quote or purchasing a ticket below.
Portsmouth, the county seat of Scioto County, Ohio, is an area with a history steeped in Native American and early 19th-century American tradition. Much of its rich history is depicted on its famous 2,200-foot floodwall mural painted by Robert Dufford in the early 90s. Archaeological artifacts as well as contemporary works of local artists can be found in Portsmouth's Southern Ohio Museum.
429 Front St, Portsmouth, OH 45662
Extending 20 feet high and 2,200 feet along the Front Street floodwall in the historic Boneyfiddle District of downtown is the Portsmouth Floodwall Mural. Lafayette, LA painter Robert Dafford began painting this contiguous illusory 3D illustration in 1992 and it has since become a hugely popular tourist destination for the city.
825 Gallia St., Portsmouth, OH 45662
Located in the heart of downtown Portsmouth, the Southern Ohio Museum is home to the single largest collection of native Clarence Holbrook Carter (1904-2000) and a permanent exist of 10,000 prehistoric Native American objects. The museum also features contemporary Ohio and regional artists.
342 Second Street, Portsmouth, OH 45662
Located just opposite Robert Dafford's famous Portsmouth Floodwall Murals on Front Street, this special events and banquet facility also serves as a bus stop for Barons Bus featuring direct service to Columbus, Toledo, Detroit, Bowling Green, Huntington, and Ashland, Ohio.
To contact the Scioto County Welcome Center directly, call 740-354-7541
For ticketing and bus stop information, call Barons Bus at 888-378-3823