Union Station 1820 is a welcome center and retail store that features information on local and regional tourism assets, attractions, and event information. It also sells products made in Union County and throughout Ohio, including artisan products, apparel, souvenirs, wines, and other goodies. It is located at 109 East Fifth Street in historic Uptown Marysville. 

​Union Station 1820 was established in May 2017 by the Union County Convention & Visitors Bureau to serve as a "one-stop" shop for all things Union County. 


Tuesday through Friday: 12:00 to 6:00 PM

Saturdays 10:00 to 2:00 PM

Additional hours during special events




109 East Fifth Street, Marysville

Why the name Union Station 1820?

The name of Union Station 1820 is tied to some events

of historical significance:


  • Union - This, of course, comes from Union County, but it also refers to any gathering place, or union, such as student unions on college campuses.

  • Station - Think railroad station. The railroad, particularly the Big Four Railroad, was once vitally important to Union County and was used to transport both passengers and freight. In the past, a community's train station was the first place people encountered when they visited an area. It was a local gathering place where information was often exchanged. It's easy to understand how train stations served as centers for culture, economic status, relationship-building and business dealings. Often referred to as unions, the train stations were places where people waited long hours to reunite with loved ones.

  • 1820 - The year Union County was founded.