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Serpent Mound

Atop a plateau overlooking the Brush Creek Valley, Serpent Mound is the largest and finest serpent effigy in the United States. Nearly a quarter of a mile long. Serpent Mound apparently represents an uncoiling serpent.In the late nineteenth-century...

Shaker Historical Museum

The Shaker Museum is housed in a local mansion overlooking Upper Shaker Lake. The museum exhibits a large collection of Shaker objects. Many are from North Union, a Shaker colony founded in 1822 and located in what is now the cith of Shaker Heights....

Shandy Hall

Step back in time and visit Shandy Hall, the historic 1815 home of Colonel Robert Harper. See 17 rooms filled with rare artifacts, most of which belonged to the Harper family. See the law office with original desk and chair, visit the parlor with...

Showboat Majestic

Come aboard the Showboat Majestic as she celebrates the 90th season in her legendary career! The summer will feature an All-American slate of musicals and comedies to please every patron - aboard America’s last showboat – a genuine National Historic...

Shrum Mound

Shrum Mound is one of the last remaining conical burial mounds in the city of Columbus. The 20-foot-high and 100-foot-diameter mound is located in the one-acre Campbell roadside park. The mound is grass-covered and steps lead to its summit. It was...

Soldiers, Sailors, and Pioneers Monument

This Butler County monument stands proudly at the 1790s site of Fort Hamilton, right along the banks of the Great Miami River. It honors those who have fought and served for our country as well as those who first settled in Butler County. Notable...

South Bunker Hill School

A one-room public school built in 1857 and used continuously until 1952. Operated as a public school, the student population predominantly was Amish and Mennonite. Amish parochial education began after these schools consolidated. The original...

South Main Historic District

The South Main Historic District's 18th and 19th century restored homes bring back the grandeur of an industrial Middletown. In 1974, it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The homes sit along the banks of the Great Miami River.

Statehouse Museum Shop

Located on the ground floor of the historic Statehouse.  The Statehouse Museum Shop features Ohio products, Ohio art, Ohio wines, baskets of Ohio products, Ohio books and Ohio souvenirs.  The most Ohio products found in one place.  A great stop for...

Stone Academy

Erected in 1809, the Stone Academy was originally constructed as the legislative seat for the newly created State of Ohio. The building was the site of two conventions of the State Abolition Society and was part of the Underground Railroad.

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