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Malabar Farm State Park

Malabar Farm State Park is in Richland County near Mansfield, and an hour's drive NE of Columbus. Malabar Farm was home to Pulitzer Prize-winning author and conservationist Louis Bromfield. In the 1940s-50s Bromfield entertained Hollywood...

Marblehead Lighthouse State Park

Marblehead Lighthouse State Park is located in Ottawa Co. on the tip of the Marblehead Peninsula, 10 mi. east of Port Clinton and 50 miles east of Toledo. Marblehead Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in continuous operation on the Great Lakes,...

Marion Palace Theatre

The historic Palace Theatre located in downtown Marion was built in 1928 by renowned theatre architect John Eberson. One of 200 theatres built by Eberson, it is now one of only 18 remaining. Through the years, the structure fell into disrepair....

Marion Union Station

More than 100 trains pass by Union Station every day. The museum showcases an impressive collection of memorabilia and the AC Tower, which was once the main switching facility for the Erie Railroad, Marion Division.

Market Square

With 12 different shops located here, visitors hunting for a bargain can choose from a variety of items included 50,000 used books, Amish jams and relishes, used furniture, dishes, glassware, collectibles and more.Located in the heart of Kinsman,...

Martinsville Covered Bridge

Enjoy one of the nation's remaining covered bridges. Come see this beautiful example over Todd's Fork just west of Martinsville in southern Clinton County. This bridge is still used today!

McCook House

This large brick house is a memorial to the "Fighting McCooks," a nickname given to the family because of their military service during the Civil War. Daniel McCook built this home and his family lived here until 1853. During the Civil War,...

McCook Monument

This roadside monument marks the area where Major Daniel McCook died during the battle of Buffington Island. Daniel McCook, an attorney, came to Ohio from Pennsylvania in 1826, eventually settling in Carrollton. During the Civil War, Daniel, his...

McGuffey Museum

The McGuffey Museum honors William Holmes McGuffey, who compiled the McGuffey Eclectic Readers. McGuffey, a professor of Ancient Languages and Moral Philosophy at Miami University, and his wife, built this two-story brick house in 1833 and lived...

McKinley Birthplace Home and Research Center

This reconstructed house is located on the site of the original home and birthplace of President William F McKinley. The furniture inside the eight-room house is representative of how a typical home during the early 1840s was furnished.The family...

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