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Mull Covered Bridge

One of the last remaining covered bridges in Northwest Ohio. Constructed in 1851.

Murphy Theatre

Charles Webb Murphy, who owned the Chicago Cubs during 1906-1914, built this landmark in downtown Wilmington's historic district. A monument to Murphy, this theatre boasts 750 seats. Its grand, old-fashioned marquee still shines its lights over the...

Museum of Ceramics

The East Liverpool Museum of Ceramics showcases 150 years of pottery from the city known as "America's Crockery City" and the "Pottery Capital of the Nation". Related displays on the social, political, and economic history of this town show the...

Muskingum River Parkway State Park

Muskingum River State Park offers facilities along the Muskingum River in Muskingum, Morgan & Washington counties. The Muskingum River Parkway features the only remaining system of historic hand-operated locks in the U.S. The ten historic locks,...

National First Ladies' Library/First Ladies National Historic Site

Tour changing exhibits about the lives and contributions of our First Ladies at our Education & Research Center and the Saxton McKinley House, the restored Victorian Home of First Lady Ida Saxton McKinley.  Guided tours Tuesday - Saturday at 9:30,...

Nelson T. Gant Homestead

Home of the former slave and entrepreneur who rose from slavery and poverty to become one of the wealthiest men in the country. The Homestead dates to the early 1850s and is currently a museum featuring the life of Nelson T. Gant.

Newark Earthworks, Great Circle Museum

This National Historic Landmark is a place where visitors can explore 2,000 year old geometric earthworks that served as both catedral and astronomical observtions for the Hopewell culture.  The Great Circle site is operated by and home of the...

Newton Falls Covered Bridge (circa 1831)

Constructed in 1831, this bridge is the oldest covered bridge still in service in Ohio and the only one in the state with a covered pedestrian walkway.

Oak Hill Cottage

Oak Hill Cottage was owned and occupied by the family of Doctor Johannes Aten Jones for 101 years. Built in 1847, it has seven gables, five double chimneys, and seven Italian marble fireplaces. Seldom does a house with all the furnishings and...

Oberlin Heritage Center

The Oberlin Heritage Center includes three beautifully preserved historic buildings that tell the unique, nationally significant story of the community and college in Oberlin, Ohio from their beginning in 1833 through the next one hundred years. ...

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