Chilo Lock No. 34 Park – Visitor Center and Museum
Located in the three-story power house of the old lock No. 34 of Chilo the museum is focusing on working and living on the Ohio River. Hands-on exhibits of a wicket dam and locks and a panoramic view from the observation deck are some highlights of the museum. A recent addition to the museum’s collection are the steam engines of the lighthouse tender WAKEROBIN (#5680), last operated as the USS NIGHTMARE I by the Bernstein family. The old lock site is surrounded by a beautiful park.
Chilo Lock No. 34 Park Visitor Center and Museum
The main entrance of Chilo Lock No. 34 Park is just east of Chilo off US 52.
Sternwheeler JENNIE WADE
The sternwheeler JENNIE WADE is hosting a riverboat media center. The boat is currently located at Chilo Lock No. 34 Park.
Jennie Wade Riverboat Media Center
Chilo Lock No. 34 Park