Caldwell is in Noble County. Located along the West Fork of Duck Creek, Caldwell is the county seat of Noble County. The village is named for Joseph and Samuel Caldwell, its original landowners.
With a population of only 1,956 in 2000, Caldwell is one of Ohio's least populated county seats in one of the least populated counties. Even with the small population, the residents of Caldwell represent a full 7th of the county's population.
Caldwell is located just east of Interstate 77 at exit 25. Ohio 78 runs through the southern edge of the town.
As Caldwell has a population of just under 2000, it has no public transportation. Be prepared to drive, or walk, especially in the area of the Square.
- Baker Family Musuem, 805 Cumberland Street (Located at the intersection of Frazier and Cumberland Streets), ☎ 740-732-6410, . W-Th 9 A.M. - 4 P.M., F-Sa 9 P.M. - 5 P.M. during the summer. The Baker Family Museum is a unique and fascinating collection of various types of antiques. It is a private collection of over 300,000 pieces from many local glass companies including Cambridge Glass, Heisey, Fenton, Westmorland, and Degenhart. Free - Donations accepted. (39.750848,-81.515653) edit
- Best Western, 44128 Fairground Road (From I-77, travel east on SR 78. Right at the first traffic light.), ☎ 740-732-7599, . checkin: 3:00 PM; checkout: 11:00 AM. about $90 per night. (39.73727,-81.527047) edit