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Pine Street Cemetery

This cemetery was established around 1790. The most interesting monuments are those marking the graves of the orginal French 500 settlers and Congressman Samuel Vinton. Some of the early gravestones remaining are inscribed with dates of deaths as...

Promont - Milford Historical Society Museum

Completed in 1867, Promont is an Italianate-style home with unique architectural elements that was called the finest house in Clermont County when built. Promont was the home of Governor John M. Pattison from 1879-1906. A large stained glass window...

Prout Chapel

Prout Chapel has been a fixture on BGSU's campus for more than 60 years. Nestled in old campus, the chapel's simplicity and charm has hosted everything from student events to weddings. 

Quail Hollow State Park

Quail Hollow State Park is located in Stark Co. between Akron and Canton. Quail Hollow is the 1920s-era family estate of railroad entrepreneur H.B. Stewart, featuring a 40-room manor house & grounds. In addition to the Manor house & gardens, Quail...

Quaker Meeting House

This three-story brick building was erected in Mount Pleasant in 1814 and was the first yearly Quaker meeting house west of the Alleghenies. Capable of holding 2,000 persons, the building contains an auditorium with a balcony. The auditorium can...

Rankin House

The Rankin House was an important stop on the Underground Railroad in southern Ohio through which many slaves escaped from the South to freedom.John Rankin was a Presbyterian minister and educator who devoted much of his life to the antislavery...

Robbins Crossing

Robbins Crossing is a small pioneer village made up of several log cabin style structures. Located on the campus of Hocking College in Nelsonville, the special visitors center serves as a unique lab for students learning interpretive services at the...

Ross Historical Center

The Ross Historical Center, owned and operated by the Shelby County Historical Society, was built in 1902 as the home to William Haslup, a local industrialist who owned the Sidney Steel Scraper Company. His company did a prosperous business in the...

Sandusky State Theatre

This 1,500-seat national landmark is a top entertainment destination in Erie County. See nationally-recognized performers, Broadway shows, movies, and more when visiting the Sandusky area. Rental space is available and groups are always welcome....

Schoenbrunn Village

The Moravian church founded Schoenbrunn ("beautiful spring") in 1772 as a mission to the Delaware Indians. The settlement grew to include sixty dwellings and more than 300 inhabitants who drew up Ohio's first civil code and built its first Christian...

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