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Mishler Weaving Mill

The Mishler Weaving Mill is an operating textile weaving mill using original mechanical looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895. Antique mechanical looms are used to weave dishcloths, place mats, and table runners. Hand looms are used to...

Monroe County Courthouse

Completed in 1908, the Monroe County Courthouse is a Classical Revival style buidling featuring brick and stone construction. Standing three stories high, it has a tower housing a bell and clock, the top of which is 119 feet above the ground. The...

Monteith Hall

Monteith Hall, operated by the Elyria Woman's Club, is the former home of ardent abolitionist Rev. John Monteith. Rev. Monteith turned his home into a station on the famed Underground Railroad. Guided tours available.

Monticello III Canal Boat

A horse-drawn canal boat replica takes visitors on a 40 minute ride into Ohio's colorful past with a narrated glimpse of a 1 1/2 mile restored section of the original Ohio-Erie Canal. Group rates, school tour rates and special charters available....

Monument Cabin

Monument Cabin is an 1804 log cabin restored on the site of old Fort Hamilton along the bank of the Great Miami River. The cabin is open to public viewing and is furnished with pieces to reflect the early pioneers of Butler County, which makes it...

Monument Park & the Trumbull County Veterans' Memorial

This park, which is on the east bank of the Mahoning River and includes a reconstructed log cabin built on the site of Warren's first schoolhouse (circa 1804), commemorates the sacrifices of local citizens in military service.In 2008 the new...

Moonville Tunnel Trail

Located deep in Zaleski Forest in Ohio near Lake Hope State Park, the Moonville Tunnel is all that remains from a small mining town that existed in the late 1850s. The Moonville Tunnel lies just across Raccoon Creek.Moonville Rail Trail...

Moore House Museum

Built by former Lorain Mayor Leonard Moore and his family, the beautifully restored home now houses the Black River Historical Society's collections. Displays feature the Lorain Lighthouse, the 1924 Tornado, the city's shipbuilding and steel-making...

Moore House Museum/Black River Historical Society of Lorain

The Moore House, home of the Black River Historical Society, is the museum for the City of Lorain. The museum is located in a home built in 1906, in the Neoclassical Revival style. It was the family home of Leonard M. Moore, a former Lorain Mayor....

Mound Hill Cemetery

This cemetery dates back from 1880 and overlooks the Ohio River and Gallipolis. At least two of the founding French 500 are buried there. The plaque on the gates to the Cemetery lists the names of 30 Revolutionary War Soldiers who were buried in...

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