• A plush carpet of green grass covering the Mound City Group in summer

    Hopewell Culture

    National Historical Park Ohio

Photos & Multimedia

Winter @ Mound City Group

Winter blanket on the Mound City Group

Park Photo Gallery

Hopewell Culture National Historical Park now has official park photos available online. Visit the Park Photo Gallery to view official park photos.


The official HOCU social media profile photo


You can also enjoy official park photos and photos that visitors to the park have shared on our official Flickr site. Visit the official Hopewell Culture NHP Flickr page. Our user id on flickr is HopwellCultureNPS. Look for the NPS arrowhead on a green background in our profile photo.

Whelk Shells in collections

Whelk shells from Mound City Group collection

NPS / T. Engberg

Museum & Collections

The NPS Museum searchable online database provides access to thousands of images and records from NPS museum collections, including archeological collections. Online visitors can perform simple or advanced searches by keyword, park name, object name, people, places, and date. Visitors can also browse or search collection highlights and park summaries. The records found in this database will vary in the level of detail. Currently 44 national parks are contributing to the online database. Hopewell Culture National Historical Park has also submitted images to the online database. Online visitors can view 24 catalog records with images of Hopewell Culture NHP artifacts, with more to come in the future.

View the NPS Museum Hopewell Culture NHP collection.



To view park produced videos and multimedia, visit the Multimedia Presentations Page.

Did You Know?

State Route 104 entrance

Established on March 2nd, 1923 as Mound City Group National Monument, the park was the first federally created National Park Service site in Ohio. President Warren G. Harding, a native of Ohio, established the national monument using powers granted to him under Section 2 of the 1906 Antiquities Act. The park was eventually re-named Hopewell Culture National Historical Park on May 27th, 1992 after congressional legislation was approved in the House and the Senate. More...