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Gund Gallery at Kenyon College

The Gund Gallery is a visual arts center on Middle Path at Kenyon College. The gallery exists to be a cutting-edge producer of challenging new knowledge about the visual. Programs, exhibitions and projects will: -embody liberal education by...

Hale Farm & Village

Located in the Cuyahoga Valley near Bath, Ohio, Hale Farm & Village is an outdoor living history museum and a premier collection and property of Western Reserve Historical Society. Daily mid-19th century life is depicted through dozens of historic...

Hancock Historical Museum

The Hancock Historical Museum is a non-profit educational institution founded to collect, care for, exhibit, and interpret items that serve to illustrate the history of Hancock County from prehistoric times through the present.  Consisting of the...

Heisey Glass Museum

Stunning glass galore! A fine collection with over 6,000 pieces of famous Heisey Glassware, produced in Newark from 1896-1957, artfully displayed throughout two adjoining buildings, including the historical 1831 King House. There are so many...

Hiestand Galleries

Considered visual laboratories, the programs of Hiestand Galleries exhibit artworks that highlight timely, entertaining, and challenging exhibitions that consider the ever-changing world of contemporary visual expression. With over twenty...

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...

Historic Square Arts District in Nelsonville

One of the Hocking Hills region's historical and cultural landmarks is the Historic Victorian Public Square in Nelsonville. This charming arts destination is home to an eclectic array of shops, restaurants, and artisan galleries, as well as the...

Huber Machinery Museum

Edward Huber came to Marion to build his revolving hay rake to ease the hard, backbreaking work for the farmer. This museum contains examples of Edward Huber's other early steam and gasoline tractors and road-building equipment.

Iams Homestead Museum

Iams Homestead Museum is an 1847 vintage house which belonged to the Iams Family, the founder of the Iams Company.  Period furniture and other local artifacts are on display.  One room is set up as a school room and contains some of the old Trotwood...

IMAX Theatre at the U.S. Air Force Museum

IMAX Theatre features a six-story high screen, six channel digital sound and at least two different features showing every day. Seeing an IMAx film is an amazing emotional experience. It puts you at the center of the action in a way no ordinary...

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