At COSI, you’ll be dazzled, amazed and delighted as your family explores one incredible wonder after another. COSI features more than 300 interactive exhibits throughout our discovery-based and themed exhibition areas – Ocean, Space Gadgets, Life, little kidspace®, Progress and our outdoor Big Science Park.
The exhibition areas provide experiences for all age levels to creatively combine science facts and learning through play. Beyond the exhibits, you’ll find COSI’s hair-raising Electrostatic Generator Show, the only High-Wire Unicycle in the country, a seven-story Extreme Screen theater, a Science 2Go! retail store and the Atomicafe’ restaurant. COSI also hosts world-class traveling exhibitions from other museums throughout the year.
- Address: 333 West Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
- Phone: Local Number: 6142282674
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.cosi.org
Atop a plateau overlooking the Brush Creek Valley, Serpent Mound is the largest and finest serpent effigy in the United States. Nearly a quarter of a mile long. Serpent Mound apparently represents an uncoiling serpent.
In the late nineteenth-century Harvard University archaeologist Frederic Ward Putnam excavated Serpent Mound and attributed the creation of the effigy to the builders of the two nearby burial mounds, which he also excavated. We now refer to this culture as the Adena (800 BC-AD 100). A third burial mound at the park and a village site near the effigy's tail belong to the Fort Ancient culture (AD 1000-1550).A more recent excavation of Serpent Mound revealed wood charcoat that could be radiocarbon dated. Test results show that the charcoal dates to the Fort Ancient culture. This new evidence of the serpent's creators links the effigy to the elliptical mound and the village rather than the conical burial mounds.The head of the serpent is aligned to the summer solstice sunset and the colls also may point to the winter solstice sunrise and the equinox sunrise. Today, visitors may walk along a footpath surrounding the serpent and experience the mystery and power of this monumental effigy. A public park for more than a century, Serpent Mound attracts visitors from all over the world. The museum contains exhibits on the effigy mound and the geology of the surrounding area.
- Address: 3850 State Route 73
six miles north of State Route 32 and 20 miles south of Bainbridge
Peebles, Ohio 45660
- Phone: Toll-Free: 800-752-2757
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- Website: http://www.ohiohistory.org/calendar
Harrison House Bed & Breakfast
WELCOME to HARRISON HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST a historic inn located near central Columbus, Ohio, where you will experience a unique ambiance for rest and relaxation.HARRISON HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located in the Harrison West neighborhood adjacent to Victorian Village. The Inn is located at 313 W 5th Avenue, in a neighborhood where tree-lined streets and parks beckon guests to the outdoors.We invite you to experience the comfort of HARRISON HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST, your “home away from home” during your visit to Columbus, Ohio. Whether on business or vacation, you'll arrive as a guest and leave as our friend!
- Address: 313 West 5th Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43201
- Phone: Local Number: 6144212202
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.harrisonhouse-columbus.com
Historic Downtown Delaware
Enjoy a stroll along the beautiful tree-lined streets to delightful specialty shops and antique stores. Lovingly restored 19th century buildings hold treasures such as day spas, art studios, book stores, fitness facilities, and casual and fine-dining restaurants. Enjoy a beverage at one of the coffee shops or lounges, and indulge in a sweet treat from a gourmet snack store. Top off your visit by spending the night in a charming bed and breakfast. It's all right here in historic downtown Delaware.
(Many shops and businesses are closed evenings and Sundays. Please call ahead for hours.)
- Address: Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
- Phone: Local Number: 7403626050
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- Website: http://bit.ly/c6kOoE
Visit the Warther Carving Museum and you’ll experience the story of the Warther family and how the Warthers combined love of family and a love of hobbies to create an amazing legacy.
Ernest "Mooney" Warther turned his joy of carving wood and ivory into creations that the Smithsonian has called “priceless works of art”. Mooney lived in a time when steam locomotives were king, so many of his carvings are steam locomotives made of walnut wood, ebony, and ivory. He combined history and artistry with motion by making the locomotives run authentically. His precision and sense of detail on the wood and ivory carvings reflect Mooney’s amazing skills and passion for steam technology. In fact, the perfection and mechanizing of his steam locomotives earned him the title of World’s Master Carver, in the 1920’s. The carvings combined with the story of the Warther family makes Warther’s a special museum to visit.
- Address: 331 Karl Ave.
Dover, Ohio 44622
- Phone: Local Number: 3303437513
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.warthers.com