Cambridge was once a hub of glass production in the United States, as it was the location of the Cambridge Glass, Boyd Glass, and Mosser Glass plants. The surrounding area is also known for its S-shaped bridges.
Cambridge is near the junction of Interstates 70 and 77. US Routes 22 and 40, and Ohio State Route 209 pass through the center of town.
- Guernsey County Historical Museum, 218 N 8th St, ☎ +1 740 439-5884. Apr-Dec: Tu,Th,Sa noon-3PM. Local history museum located in a 16-room house built in the mid 19th century. $3.
- National Museum of Cambridge Glass, 136 S 9th St, ☎ +1 740 432-4245. Apr-Oct: W-Sa 9AM-4PM, Su noon-4PM. A glass museum run by the National Cambridge Collectors. $5 general admission, $4 AAA members and seniors, children under 12 free.
|Routes through Cambridge|
|Columbus ← Zanesville ←||W E||→ St. Clairsville → Wheeling|
|Canton ← Stone Creek ←||N S||→ Caldwell → Charleston|
|Circleville ← Zanesville ←||W E||→ Cadiz → Steubenville|