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The Twin City Opera House

The Twin City Opera House is one of the most beautiful and unique theaters in all of Southeast Ohio. Seating over 500 people in a classic Victorian atmosphere the theater shows first-run movies every weekend and presents a variety of live...

The Woodward Opera House

Historic Significance of the Woodward Research has shown that the Woodward is America’s Oldest Authentic 19th Century Theater still standing (there are no original pre-19th century theaters in America). Updated historical investigation has moved the...

Troy-Hayner Cultural Center

When your eyes rest on this gorgeous Tudor mansion adjacent to the Miami County Courthouse, it will take your breath away. The Hayner mansion was built in 1914 by the widow of William Hayner, the former owner of the Hayner Distillery Company. The...

Tyn Rhos Church and Cemetery

The first formal church in Southeastern Ohio built by the Welsh Pioneers in 1850, replacing a log church built in 1840. It is part of the Welsh Scenic Byway that highlights historical sites in Southwestern Ohio, where Welsh-Americans have gathered...

U.S. Grant Birthplace

Ulysses S. Grant was born 27 April, 1822, in picturesque Point Pleasant near the mouth of Big Indian Creek at the Ohio River. This restored one-story, three-room cottage, which was built in 1817, was next to the tannery where Grant's father worked...

U.S. Grant Boyhood Home

The Grant Boyhood Home in Georgetown was the home of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th president of the United States, from 1823, when Grant was one year old, until 1839, when he left to attend West Point. Ulysses Grant lived in this home longer than any other...

U.S. Grant Schoolhouse

Hiram Ulysses Grant was born in Point Pleasant in April 1822. In 1823, his parents moved twenty miles east to Georgetown, where his father opened his own tannery. Ulysses worked in his father's tannery and, from the ages of about six to thirteen, he...

U.S.S. Shenandoah Crash Sites

First known as ZR1, the U.S.S. Shenandoah was America's first "lighter-than-air" dirigible. This helium filled ship was built for the United States Navy in 1923 as a weapons system, flying laboratory, and as a scouting vessel. The Shenandoah was 680...

Underground Railroad Freedom Trail

The Clermont County Ohio Freedom Trail contains 33 sites, 19 of which are approved to the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. Currently, the Clermont Freedom Trail contains the largest Network to Freedom program in the nation. This...

Union Hall Theater

The Village of Chesterhill was founded by Quakers in 1834 and incorporated in 1899. Built in 1908, the Union Hall Theater provided a venue for speakers, musicians, artists and dramatic entertainers of the Chautauqua educational performance circuit...

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